Vincent Haddad

Vincent Haddad is an assistant professor of English at Central State University in Wilberforce, Ohio. He has written on comics and graphic novels for The Rambling, Black Perspectives, Oxford African American Studies Center, and ImageTexT. He is currently working on his first book, Touch Me: Intimacy and the Contemporary Bookish Novel.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

My Bookish Upbringing

In "Between Pen and Pixel," Aaron Kashtan argues that comics are the medium that offers the most insights about the present and the future of the book....

My Bookish Upbringing
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