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A searing and emotional exploration of identity from a multitalented artist and musician. Geneviève Castrée has long been beloved for her mini-comics, comics, visual art, and music. There is a unique quality to all of her artistic endeavours – quiet, serene, depressing. Castrée’s keen eye for detail and her fearless ability to probe the depths of her troubled past make Susceptible a stirring portrait of an artist coming into her own.
Susceptible is the story of Goglu, a daydreamer growing up in Quebec in the ‘80s and ‘90s with a single mother. From a skillful artist comes a moving, beautiful story about families, loss, and growing up. Whether she’s discussing nature versus nurture or the story of her birth, Castrée imbues her storytelling with a quiet power and a confidence in the strength of imagery.
Drawn & Quarterly, hardback, 84 pages, published December 2012
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