You will likely recognise Will McPhail’s unforgettable cartoons from the pages of The New Yorker (or your Instagram feeds), where he has amassed a loyal and devoted following.
With his first full-length graphic novel, In, Will follows a city-dwelling illustrator, Nick, and his attempts to shake off the safe, cosy, humdrum world of cafés, artisan beer and freelance gigging, and take hold of what truly matters, deep within his heart. With a keen eye for satire and a surprising emotional punch, In is a unique adventure.
Will McPhail is a writer and cartoonist from Lancashire, England, living in Edinburgh. Established at the heart of an exciting wave of young contributors at The New Yorker, his work published in the magazine has earned him the Reuben Award’s Cartoonist of the Year for the last two years running. In (Sceptre) is his first graphic novel.
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