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list price: $28.95
edition:Paperback
category: Comics & Graphic Novels
published: Nov 2017
ISBN:9781551526928
publisher: Arsenal Pulp Press

Body Music

by Julie Maroh, translated by David Homel

tagged: gay & lesbian, romance, erotica, love & romance
Description

From the author of Blue Is the Warmest Color: a beautiful, bittersweet graphic novel on the complexities of love.

Julie Maroh's first book, Blue Is the Warmest Color, was a graphic novel phenomenon; it was a New York Times bestseller, and the controversial film adaptation by French director Abdellatif Kechiche won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival in 2013. Maroh's latest book, Body Music, marks her return to the kind of soft, warm palette and impressionistic sensibility that made her debut book so sensational.

Set in the languid, European-like neighbourhoods of Montreal, Body Music is a beautiful and moving meditation on love and desire as expressed in many different forms?between women, between men, between women and men and gender non-conformists alike, all varying in age and race. In twenty-one separate vignettes, Maroh explores the drama inherent in relationships at different stages: the electricity of initial attraction, the elation of falling in love, the trauma of breaking up, the sweet comfort of a long-standing romance.

Anyone who's ever been in a relationship will see themselves in these intimate stories tinged with raw emotion. Body Music is an exhilarating and passionate graphic novel about what it means to fall in love, and what it means to be alive.

About the Authors
Julie Maroh

Julie Maroh is the author of the graphic novel Blue Is the Warmest Color, the New York Times bestseller that was made into an acclaimed and controversial film that won the Cannes Film Festival Palme d'Or in 2013. She lives in Angouleme, France.


David Homel is a writer, journalist, filmmaker, and translator. He is the author of five previous novels, including The Speaking Cure, which won the J.I. Segal Award of the Jewish Public Library and the Hugh MacLennan Prize for Best Fiction from the Quebec Writers' Federation. His most recent novel, Midway, was published by Cormorant Books. He has translated several French works, receiving the Governor General's Literary Award for Translation in 1995 and 2001. Homel was born and raised in Chicago and currently resides in Montreal.
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