Drawn and Quarterly, Spring 2017
Softcover, 248 pages. For mature readers.
Inquiries: julia @ drawnandquarterly.com
From D&Q: Jenny becomes obsessed with a strange “mirror Facebook,” which presents an alternate, possibly better, version of herself. Helen finds her clothes growing baggy, her shoes looser, and as she shrinks away to nothingness, the world around her recedes as well. The animals of the city briefly open their minds to us, and we see the world as they do. A mysterious music file surfaces on the internet and forms the basis of a utopian society–or is it a cult?
2017 Publishers Weekly Best Books List / 2017 Library Journal Best Book / 2017 NPR Best Books / 2017 B&N Best Books / 2017 Ignatz nominee
“Tamaki’s inextricable tones of dark humor and oddly bright sadness linger with the reader, uncontained by the arbitrary limits of the book’s covers.” –LA Review of Books
“The book’s highlight, “SexCoven,” is a showcase for Tamaki’s mercurial style. […] The task of culture is to connect people in the world, Tamaki suggests, but the kinds of connections it creates are weirder than anyone could guess.” –NY Times
“Boundless is a showcase for Tamaki’s breathtaking versatility as a visual artist.” –Quill and Quire