Congratulations to Camilo Aguirre! Publishers Weekly reviewed his graphic novel, What Remains: Personal and Political Histories of Colombia! It’s Camilo’s first review, so that’s always special.
“Aguirre’s ambitious debut documents the terrors committed by the Colombian government over the past 75 years. The nation’s violent history is recounted in stories from guerrilla fighters, historians, unionists, and other activists who have experienced oppression, along with hard data (often written out, without panels) emphasizing the body count from horrifying murders and victims of “armed conflict” under former president Alvaro Uribe. The strength of the graphic storytelling lies in Aguirre’s inclusion of voices of his own family, including his grandmother and father.”Publishers Weekly
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