Stuck rubber baby

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Paradox Press, 1995 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 210 pages
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Stuck Rubber Baby

User Review  - Martha Cornog - Book Verdict

It's the 1960s South, and young Toland Polk hides his sexual identity as he demonstrates with the civil rights movement. Although he's not sure where his heart and hormones are headed, he does find ... Read full review

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Drawn beautifully, with painstaking attention to detail, a sad, tender, raw story of growing up and coming out against the backdrop of the 1960s Dixie Land, lit with KKK fires. A treat. Read full review


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About the author (1995)

Howard Cruse (New York, NY) is an award-winning illustrator. His critically acclaimed graphic novel, Stuck Rubber Baby, won literary awards in Germany and France. He has also published five book-length compilations of his comics from such periodicals as Playboy, The Village Voice, Artforum International, and Heavy Metal. He is the creator of Wendel, a 1980s comic strip featured in The Advocate.

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