The New York Times Reviews 'Antennas'

“Summer Reveries, Frame by Frame” / The New York Times / Dana Jennings / July 23, 2015

“Everywhere Antennas” is a stunning example of the graphic novel as near-poetry. The book tries to come to grips with the melancholy isolation we so often feel in the 21st century but rarely discuss. “Here in the cabin, my headaches have gone away,” Julie Delporte’s narrator writes. “There are fewer objects, fewer wants.” That’s what she needs — less, and less. And Ms. Delporte’s spare drawings in color pencil are just the right complement to this wistful interior weather.

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