By Michael Cavna September 5, 2014
EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK: ‘Mike’s Place’ will render the tale — and toll — of fatal Tel Aviv bombing in graphic-novel form
PUBLISHED ON APRIL 6, 2015
The Illustrated PEN is a weekly online series that aspires to be at the intersection of literature, journalism, and visual storytelling, where images and words come together in an ever-emerging and essential creative form. We’ll feature fiction and nonfiction graphic narratives, comics journalism and illustrated reportage, stories of social justice and personal stories that can’t be told through words alone.
PRESS, REVIEWS & INTERVIEWS
By Cameron Hatheway June 9, 2015
By Brett Schenker June 8, 2015
By Beat Staff June 9, 2015
By Adelynne Chang June 10, 2015
"For those who enjoyed Joe Sacco’s Palestine, or documentary enthusiasts who want something different in their collection, or lovers of a good true life story, Then Mike’s Place might be worth hanging out in for a while. It will definitely introduce you to the 'real' Israel of 2003. It’s a change, for sure."
By Stergios Botzakis June 10, 2015
By Noelene Clark June 10, 2015
'Mike's Place' tells the true story of terror in a Tel Aviv blues bar
RADIO & TV
By MARTHA CORNOG July 14, 2015
"VERDICT – A fine exemplar of comics journalism, this true story conveys suicide bombing from the perspective of bystanders, victims, and bombers. Educators of midteens and up can use it in classrooms, while other readers can learn about the human effects of violence through the poignant drama."
By Tom Salitsky September 17, 2015
By Sally Tibbets August 26, 2015
By Nirit Anderman August 31, 2015
By Tom Salitsky September 10, 2015