Alexander Rothman is a poet and cartoonist who has spent the last five years hybridizing those forms. More of his work can be seen at versequential.com, including a new chapbook/mini, Watching What You Say. He lives in Astoria with fellow artist Andrea Tsurumi.
Alexander Rothman is a cartoonist and poet. His work has appeared in such publications as the Seneca Review, Moonshot Magazine, the Brooklyn Rail, Suspect Device, and the Rumpus, and is forthcoming in the Indiana Review. He cohosts a comics-review podcast, Comics For Grownups. He is also co-editor-in-chief of INK BRICK, a journal of comics poetry. More at inkbrick.com.