Blue is the Warmest Colour

A young woman recounts the story of her first love in this moving graphic novel by Julie Maroh.

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Homunculus

Forests, orphanages, and alchemists feature in this trio of artworks related to the word 'Homunculus'.

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Brief Encounters

Our 2017 interviewees pose questions to their fellow artists, authors, composers, and filmmakers.

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The Brief

A roundup of all of Silent Frame's 2017 interviews for The Brief, from Emma Donoghue to Marina Lewycka.

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Collected Works: Literature

A roundup of the books featured in the Collected Works: Literature column in 2017, from Alias Grace to Maus.

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Perspectives II

A roundup of the films, poems, stories, and graphic novels featured in the Perspectives column in 2017.

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Rule of Three II

A roundup of the artworks featured in the Rule of Three column in 2017, from Moribund to Zodiac.

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States of the Arts I

A roundup of artworks by African and Asian artists featured in the States of the Arts column in 2017.

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Youth

Parties, sarcastic teens, and germfree adolescents feature in this trio of artworks related to the word 'Youth'.

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Interview: Yiyun Li

'Nothing is detached from the real world.' We talk to Yiyun Li, award-winning author of The Vagrants.

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Iran

Insomniacs, melancholic musicians, and arid landscapes feature in this selection of four Iranian artworks.

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Maus

The horrors of the Holocaust become a cat-and-mouse metaphor in this graphic novel by Art Spiegelman.

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Interview: Leah Hayes

'Sometimes art isolates us.' We talk to Leah Hayes, graphic novelist and author of Not Funny Ha-Ha.

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Interview: Emma Donoghue

'If it's not new to me, it's boring.' We talk to Emma Donoghue, author and screenwriter of Room.

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Interview: Rachael Ball

'Experimentation is not always revolutionary.' We talk to Rachael Ball, author of The Inflatable Woman.

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