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Words of Traitors: 7 Lives In Transition

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Hope and faith, sex and death, excess and deprivation, loss. An illustrated collection of treacherous memories. These dark modern fairy tales will stick with you long after you've put the book down. "Beautiful!" -David Mack, (Kabuki, Daredevil, Dexter.) Full color art by an international collection of artists.
Paperback, 118 pages
Published December 8th 2012 by Mythos Media
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Matt Kelland
In these days of e-books, it makes a refreshing change - for me, at least - to find a book that really benefits from the medium of print. This isn't a collection of short stories. It's not a nice sequential comic book. It's a lovingly produced piece of art using the medium of the book, designed to make use of lush double page spreads and simultaneously assault and seduce the reader (viewer?) with the combination of words and images.

The range of styles is what makes Words of Traitors so intriguin
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Jazmin
Dark, emotional, and gutwrenching, Words of Traitors will suck you in and spit you back out, a little sadder but also a little wiser. The artwork and stories fuse together to paint a vivid landscape of heartbreak, where hope is hard to come by... but you keep reading because there is still beauty and humor in the midst of the pain.

I had the privilege of editing these stories, and it is wonderful to see this book in print!
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James Curcio once beat a bear at chess, and Stephen Hawking in a boxing match. His analytic and creative work has always looped back around to myth and identity. It's been taught as required material in undergrad classes, and discussed at panels in psychedelic and "new culture" festivals.

He tells lies for money, and sometimes uses those skills for the forces of good: to help promote the work of o
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