Tag: Grace Bello
Drawing From Life and DeathOctober 2015
The graphic novelist on coming of age in his comics, portraying Asian-American characters, and laying bare the anxieties of fatherhood.
Gilbert Hernandez: I Saw My Neighborhood as the WorldAugust 2015
The elder statesman of alt comix looks back on the legendary series he co-created, Love and Rockets.
Raw NerveApril 2015
The New Yorker’s art editor on learning English through imagery, comics as cultural barometer, and collaborating with Art Spiegelman.
Dr. Robert Klitzman: Piercing Your ArmorFebruary 2015
Grace Bello talks to Columbia University bioethics professor Dr. Robert Klitzman about the anti-vaccination movement in the U.S. and its potent mix of misinformation, partisan politics, and fear.
Syria in its Own ImageFebruary 2015
The documentarian and journalist on the nation’s portrayal in the global media, the power of emergency cinema, and the role of the intellectual in revolution.
Humane EndeavorNovember 2014
The surgeon and public health journalist on the gaps in healthcare policy, the sharp elbows of politics, and dignity in end-of-life care.
We Wear the MaskOctober 2014
The writer on coming of age in dichotomous Baltimore and being warned against writing about race.