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INTERVIEW – In Conversation With David Lester (Graphic Designer/Cartoonist/Guitarist)

By Marty Mulrooney

David Lester Interview (The Listener)

AMO recently reviewed a powerful graphic novel entitled The Listener, explaining how it “offers a unique blend of fact and fiction delivered in an original, unique style.” The Listener actually tells not just one story, but two: the rise of Hitler in the 1930s and the search for meaning in the great art of Europe by a female artist in the present day. The book’s author was recently kind enough to join us to discuss The Listener in further detail and I am therefore proud to present an exclusive online interview with David Lester.

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BOOK REVIEW – The Listener by David Lester (Graphic Novel)

By Marty Mulrooney

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The Listener is a graphic novel created by Canadian cartoonist, painter, graphic designer and guitar player David Lester. In the author’s own words, “The Listener exposes one of the world’s most tragic acts of spin doctoring while revealing a compelling tale of complacency, art, power, and murder. It is a startling little-known story that changed the course of history.”

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