The end result is a philosophical, metafictional work whose form is as quirky as its characters.
Growing up in rural British Columbia, Deni idolizes his Dad, his stories, his old “Indian” tricks, and his perilous adventures.
It’s clear that Goliath never got a fair shake in the telling, whether in the Old Testament or in the many subsequent versions. But now, after a mere couple of millennia, he has, thanks to Scottish cartoonist Tom Gauld. Better late than never.
When you sit down to talk books with Daniel Allen Cox, you’re never quite sure what’s going to happen, all you can be sure of is that it’s going to be interesting.
After interviewing Taras Grescoe for our blog, Leila Marshy writes an ode to public transport.