MIDDLEBURY — Meet local author Jeremy Holt for an in-person signing of his latest graphic novel “Before Houdini,” on Friday, Aug. 9, from 5-7 p.m., during the Jackson Gallery’s opening reception of Holt’s exhibit “The Making of a Graphic Novel.”
This one-of-a-kind exhibit will showcase the creative process behind how a comic book page gets made. Original art and prints will be available for sale. Illustrations by John Lucas. Books provided by The Vermont Book Shop in Middlebury.
Holt is a Vergennes-based author whose most recent works include “Before Houdini,” “After Houdini,” and “Skip to...
AUTHOR JEREMY HOLT poses among the shelves at Monroe Street Books in Middlebury. ELISABETH WALLEN PHOTOGRAPHY
MIDDLEBURY — Comics are for kids. They should be light-hearted, fun and simple.
Sure, some comics are geared toward the young at heart, but the graphic novel genre is vast and covers topics that are anything but juvenile.
“Tell me what you like to read, and I can find it for you in a graphic novel,” said Jeremy Holt, whose eighth publication, “Before Houdini” (art by John Lucas), hits shelves this week. This is a companion novel to his earlier released “After Houdini” (art also done by John Lucas).
“‘Before Houdini’ pulls back the curtain on the life of this extraordinary man,” Holt...