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August 18, 2017
Sequoia Bostick '14 and Amalia DeGirolamo '14 are the publishers of Vagabond Comics in Cleveland.
By Karen Sandstrom
In May 2014, artists Sequoia Bostick and Amalia DeGirolamo earned their BFA degrees at the Cleveland Institute of Art and walked out into that vast expanse called the real world.
Like some of their friends, they didn’t yet have jobs, but they had creative energy. “A lot of people wonder what to do next,” Bostick said. “We wanted to do something that got people involved in making work.”
Within about a year, the friends and longtime roommates were hard at work on the debut issue of Vagabond Comics, an anthology of narrative, often whimsical short comics written and...continue reading
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