Some material is just hard to get through in print. So we have selected 10 books that are perfect for comic adaptations
This gorgeous book is a blend of memoir, history, analysis, travel writing, journalism, and more.
This is a short and powerful book about change, identity, and transformation. Shraya examines change from various angles, writing about how it relates to gender.
Martin Luther King, Jr., James Baldwin, and Malcolm X are household names — but how much do you know about their mothers?
John Paul Brammer’s warm, funny, compassionate voice shines through in this collection of essays about romance, family, cultural and racial identity.
It’s a beautiful read — Kimmerer’s work is always beautiful — all about moss. Kimmerer gets into moss biology and ecology.
Collections of interviews often make fantastic graphic nonfiction, and that’s essentially what this book is.
This quiet and beautiful memoir is Bailey’s account of one year of chronic illness, most of which she spends in bed.
I admit this might be a tough one to adapt, because there is just so much information packed into it. Oluo examines the history of while male power in America.
This is another wonderful book packed full of information, but I’d still love to see a graphic version.
This delightful little book is full of fascinating stories about the history, biology, and cultural significance of fig trees.