My Kirkus Q&A with Dave Roman

h1 June 22nd, 2017 by jules

It is frustrating to see how a willful ignorance is becoming almost a badge of honor for certain people. You see a lot of dismissive statements that are contrary to how science works. So, I think teaching kids that scientists work as a community of fact-checkers who never stop questioning and challenging our assumptions about the world is probably more relevant than ever.”

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Over at Kirkus today, I talk to author/illustrator Dave Roman about his work as the series editor for First Second’s Science Comics series of nonfiction graphic novels. I wanted to know, in particular, what it’s like to offer these science titles in a day and age of science-denial, which is what he addresses in the quote above.

The entire Q&A is here.

Until tomorrow …

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Dave’s self-portrait above used by permission of First Second.

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One comment to “My Kirkus Q&A with Dave Roman”

  1. Truer words are rarely spoken.
    From the perspective of a person raised with not that much information about Actual Science (TM), I want to know all I can, and I LOVE stuff like this!


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