Call Me Nathan

By Megan Thomas

Another of my Buzz Magazine books for review, I took this as an opportunity to read a graphic novel for the first time.

Though I don’t think I necessarily had any pre-existing bias towards the genre, I didn’t expect the story to be as captivating due to the nature of illustration-first narratives. I will definitely consider graphic novels in the future.

The full review is available at Buzz Magazine, but here’s a snippet:

“Assigned female at birth, Nathan is not only dealing with the nuances of his own identity and sexuality, but also the unfair responsibility that trans folk are often placed under to make everyone else in his life understand it too.”


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