Excerpt Of The Acclaimed Queer Graphic Novel ‘Luisa: Now And Then’

Luisa: Now And Then - Excerpt Of The Acclaimed Queer Graphic Novel

See an excerpt of Mariko Tamaki’s adaptation of the acclaimed queer coming of age graphic novel by Carole Maurel.

The publisher of some of the world’s most iconic and groundbreaking science fiction and fantasy graphic novels, has published Mariko Tamaki’s adaptation of Carole Maurel’s Luisa: Now and Then.

The new adaptation by Tamaki — the national bestselling, Caldecott Award–winning creator of This One Summer — is part of Humanoids’ new LIFE DRAWN imprint, which publishes graphic novels featuring deeply personal and powerful political narratives.

In Luisa: Now and Then, a disillusioned photographer has a chance encounter with her lost teenage self who has miraculously traveled into the future. Together, both women ultimately discover who they really are, finding the courage to live life by being true to themselves.

Luisa: Now and Then is a queer, transformative tale about self-acceptance and sexuality that is already generating rave reviews.

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