Agnes, Murderess is a graphic novel inspired by the bloody legend of Agnes McVee, a roadhouse owner, madam and serial killer in the Cariboo region of British Columbia in the mid-nineteenth century. Fascinated by Agnes McVee and her unverified reputation as a murderer (originating in a 1970s guide to buried treasure), Sarah Leavitt has imagined an entirely new story for this mysterious woman. Agnes’s life begins on an isolated island off the coast of Scotland, where she lives with her frail and beautiful mother and terrifying paternal grandmothe... + Read More
Embracing the anxieties of contemporary urban life, The Towers of Babylon tracks a group of hapless Millennials trying to find meaning in a world that consistently rejects them. What do you do when you have a graduate degree and are stuck working at a bagel shop? Or you’ve snagged a steady, middle-income job only to find it’s plunging you into a moral abyss? Or you’ve worked your way into the upper echelons of the finance sector, but are still (still!) somehow struggling to pull in enough to support the dependents that just keep popping up arou... + Read More
The morning after her high school graduation, Mel and her older brother Matt drive by a crime scene. A few hours later, the police arrive at their door; it turns out the two siblings had witnessed the aftermath of a murder committed by their mother. This Has Nothing to Do With You is the story of how Mel and her brother come to terms with their mother's destruction of their family and the past which fuelled her actions. Three years after the murder, Mel has not gone to visit her mother in prison--and there isn't much hope that she is going to. ... + Read More
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