The Bloodied Past of Jingle Heimer S.V.S. featured on Newsok.com June 3, 2016 13:15
Writer/artist Dustin Oswald, aka Dorshak Bloch, will be releasing his graphic novella "The Bloodied Past of Jingle Heimer SVS" at a release party Thursday evening.
"Jingle Heimer is a young and beautiful rabbit full of promise when it seems his path in life becomes significantly altered. Or does it?" Bloch said. "It is a graphic novella about understanding and controlling both negative and positive emotions, living in and maintaining a state of zen while battling or dealing with inner demons. Heavily influenced by the likes of Edward Gorey, Maurice Sendak and Beatrice Potter. It's a timeless tale of circumstance and living in the moment."
According to publisher Literati Press: This informal follow-up to The Story of Ivan A. Alexander features the grim, yet hopeful story of a rabbit-done-wrong who sets out on a path of vengeance, then on a path of redemption.
The release party is part of an event at The Paseo Plunge, 3010 Paseo, and Bombs Away Art 3003A Paseo, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Paseo Plunge is also hosting a talk on Thursday night with historian William Wedge of the Oklahoma Historical Society tracing Oklahoma’s path from Indian Territory to statehood.
For more information, visit Literati Press.