- 112 pages
- 23cm x 17cm
- Published in New York, 2019
Created by Pulitzer Prize finalist Matt Bors, The Nib publishes daily online comics that include political cartoons, comics journalism, essays and memoir, exploring the news and what’s currently shaping culture.
This is the second issue of their new print magazine, themed around family. Comics cover immigration, the price tag of pregnancy, growing up in a cult, divorce, family feuds, immortal cells and much more.
In this issue:
- Nicole Georges interviews Alison Bechdel about how writing a memoir changed everything
- Ryan Devereaux of The Intercept reports on a Brazilian father and son separated at the border
- Mathew and Jake New, a pair of twin brothers, attend a twins festival in Twinsberg, Ohio
- Four queer cartoonists on how they are defining family for themselves: L. Nichols, Luke Healy, Robyn Jordan, and Archie Bongiovanni
Issues one, three and four of The Nib are also available in the Stack shop.