If you're interested in creative uses of the comics format, or in innovative literary fiction, this week's sponsor sample is a must-see. Kevin Marshall's Not Really an Emotion walks the border between reality and dream, transforming the familiar comic book conventions (panels, speech bubbles) into something strange and new. The storyline of Not Really an Emotion is appropriately dreamlike: a young woman, meditating, hears music she can't forget, and seeks to recreate it through means both natural and fantastic. We can't do it justice here; spend just a few minutes with it on our sponsorship page, and you'll be hooked.
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