The Agony of Waiting for a Text, Illustrated

A Vignette From a New Book by the Author of Blue is the Warmest Color

November 16, 2017  By Julie Maroh

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From Body Music by Julie Maroh, trans. David Homel, courtesy of Arsenal Pulp Press. Copyright 2017.

Julie Maroh
Julie Maroh
Julie Maroh is a French writer and illustrator who originates from Northern France. She wrote Blue is the Warmest Color about the life and love of two young lesbians, which was adapted into an award-winning film by Abdelatif Kechiche.

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