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Don't Go Where I Can't Follow

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By (author) Anders Nilsen

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  • Publisher: Drawn and Quarterly
  • Format: Hardback | 96 pages
  • Dimensions: 165mm x 203mm x 15mm | 363g
  • Publication date: 24 December 2012
  • Publication City/Country: Montreal
  • ISBN 10: 1770460918
  • ISBN 13: 9781770460911
  • Edition statement: Reprint
  • Illustrations note: Full Colour
  • Sales rank: 198,008

Product description

A STORY OF LOVE AND LOSS INSCRIBED IN PHOTOGRAPHS, POSTCARDS, LETTERS, AND BEDSIDE SKETCHES In this collection of letters, drawings, and photos, Anders Nilsen chronicles a six-year relationship and the illness that brought it to an end. "Don't Go Where I Can't Follow "is an eloquent appreciation of the time the author shared with his fiancee, Cheryl Weaver. The story is told using artifacts of the couple's life together, including early love notes, simple and poetic postcards, tales of their travels in written and comics form, journal entries, and drawings done in the hospital in her final days. It concludes with a beautifully rendered account of Weaver's memorial that Glen David Gold, writing in the "Los Angeles Times," called "16 panels of beauty and grace." "Don't Go Where I Can't Follow "is a deeply personal romance, and a universal reminder of our mortality and the significance of the relationships we build. Originally published as a limited edition in 2006, this collection includes a new afterword written by Nilsen.

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Author information

Anders Nilsen was born in New Hampshire and now lives in Chicago. He has a BFA in painting and illustration from the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. He is the author of the "New York Times "Notable Book "Big Questions "and "Dogs and Water."

Review quote

"[A] lonely, tender pastiche." "--Chicago Tribune ""A tribute to the life and death of a woman he loved and to the redemptive power of art." "--"Glen David Gold ," Los Angeles Times "Best of 2007 "Evokes unavoidable swells of emotion." "--Seattle Weekly ""Grave and glorious, life affirming and love affirming . . . Raw emotions are transformed by observance and love, into memory and art." "--New City Chicago"