By Eric Gordon | The Spectator Photo credit: Clara Ganey | The Spectator
Students looking for something new this winter should consider squeezing a new creative writing course into their schedule.
Alternative cartoonist Peter Bagge will be teaching a course about how to write graphic novels starting next quarter.
Bagge, who has worked for several publications, from “Mad Magazine” to “Hustler,” discovered his true calling after seeing a Robert Crumb comic book. Crumb founded the underground “comix” movement and is renowned for his subversive critiques of mainstream American culture.
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