Longtime Quiet Bubble readers–all 24 of you–know that I’m a major Stephen Dixon fan. You also know that I’m a big supporter of Fantagraphics, the Seattle-based comics publisher. When these two forces joined, in 2010, to produce Dixon’s What Is All This?: Uncollected Stories, I cheered and cheered. And, now, look at what Amazon’s got posted, with a January 2013 pub date. The title and emotional terrain are, perhaps unfortunately, right where my heart lives right now. Then again, Dixon always is. Welcome back, man.
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