Frank and I continue to be excited by reviews and mentions of "Carter Family: Don't Forget This Song"...
The A.V. Club. (scroll down a little).
(Another nice thing on this page: news that Dick Moore's "Gasoline Alley" comics from the 1960's are being reprinted. Frank King's "Gasoline Alley" of the 1930's was a huge visual influence on Frank's coloring and my art in the book. Dick Moores was King's assistant who took over the strip in 1960, and steered it in interesting directions, while staying true to the original tone of the strip.)
There is a very nice customer review on the book's Amazon page.
In anticipation of the book launch party, there were nice mentions by The Seattle Weekly and The Stranger. And then the Stranger's David Schmader further blogged about it. (Side note: I recently illustrated a comic written by David Schmader on the subject of How to Talk About Marriage Equality.)
And writer (and another old friend) Chris Estey posted an exceptionally nice review and event-preview on Three Imaginary Girls.
Some favorable reader reviews are appearing on the reader-networking site Goodreads. Thanks, readers!
Finally, a mention in the Milwaukee Express!...