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Material Type: Book
Collection: Comics
Call Number: US SPECFIC LAP2022
Title: A Howl: An Indigenous Anthology of Wolves, Werewolves, and Rougarou
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Personal name: LaPensée, Elizabeth (editor)
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017038 checked in 2023-09-22 13:59:34

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Topical term or geographic name as entry element: Speculative Fiction
International Standard Book Number: 9780997025491
Place of publication, distribution, etc.: Albuquerque, NM, USA
Name of publisher, distributor, etc.: Native Realities
Date of publication, distribution, etc.: 2022
Other physical details: paperback, colour
Summary, etc. note: Native Realities brings you A Howl: A Comics Collection of Wolves, Werewolves, and Rougarou. From unbridled werewolves to werewolves from outer space, these unique comics are gathered together for the mature reader. This collection edited by Elizabeth LaPensée (Co-Editor of Deer Woman: An Anthology, Sovereign Traces Vol. 1, MOONSHOT Vol. 3 & Editor of Sovereign Traces Vol. 2) features new comics by accomplished writers and illustrators who have a love for all things wolves, werewolves, and rougarou. Featuring comics by Stephen Graham Jones (The Bird is Gone: A Manifesto, Demon Theory, Mongrels), Weshoyot Alvitre (Marvel's Voices,Deer Woman, MOONSHOT Vol. 2 & 3), Jay Odjick (KAGAGI: The Raven, Blackflies, Bear for Breakfast), Krystal Cox, Maria Wolf Lopez (By the Horns, Women of Marvel, Deer Woman), Sadekaronhes Esquivel (MOONSHOT Vol. 3), Dale Ray Deforest (Hero Twins, The Powwow Mystery, Trickster), plus splash art by Wolf Tomoyaketu, Rhonda Lucy, and Ovila Mailhot and many, many more of today's finest Indigenous comic creators!
Expansion of summary note: Indigenous, BIPOC, queer, mythology, racism, Environmentalism, anthropomorphic, cryptid, collection, activism, adventure, two-spirit, violence
Source of acquisition: Allison O'Toole
Method of acquisition: Donation
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