On the embodied poetics of making comics.
-by Jarod Roselló
Jarod Roselló is a Cuban-American teacher, cartoonist, and writer from Miami, Florida. He holds an MFA in creative writing and a PhD in curriculum & instruction from Penn State University. In August 2014, he will join the creative writing faculty at University of South Florida teaching cartooning and fiction. Jarod’s comics and stories have appeared in various magazines and anthologies, including Hobart, Gulf Stream Literary Magazine, Sonora Review, and The Sorry Entertainer. On nights and weekends, Jarod runs Bien Vestido Press, a small press for hand-made books, out of his living room. You can find Jarod online at www.jarodrosello.com.