With the recent passing of cartoonist Geneviève Castrée, I thought it would be a good week to skip regular scheduled programing and revisit this interview. I really enjoyed it and got a lot out of the conversation. We discuss her graphic novel from Drawn and Quarterly, Susceptible. It’s a Canadian great. I found it really impactful personally on a number of different levels. Geneviève had a unique role in comics, following a variety of personal artistic applications, not just visually, but also with haunting and beautiful music. All of her work seems to compliment one another. Geneviève leaves behind a husband and young daughter. He had organized a gofundme campaign that is still accepting donations. I strongly suggest doing so. Health and social care in the united states are horribly lacking in supporting the basic human needs of vulnerable peoples.