Jerry Moriarty Part 1

Jerry Moriarty’s Jack Survives has been one of those quietly influential books that has only been available to collectors that were willing to cough up the big dough to find a rare copy. Chris Ware even traded an original piece of his art for a copy of the book back when it was out of print. Bueventura Press has recently reprinted the work in a really nice complete collection. Check out Tom Spurgeon’s review of the work here.

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6 Responses to Jerry Moriarty Part 1

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  2. carrie says:

    I am behind in listening, but I am glad that I waited to hear this one. I love it! thanks for interviewing him, Robin.

  3. Ciro says:

    Great interview.Hopefully a friend of mine would bring me the book to Argentina from a trip to the U.S.

    Could you please tell me who does the opening song belong to, or is played by?I loved it.


    • inkstuds says:

      The longer music was by Jemeel Moondoc and William Parker off of New World Pygmies and the shorter pieces were by Jerry himself.

  4. Bruce Maney says:

    I went to school with Jerry in Binghamton. I have wondered what happened to him
    We were good friends. I’m glad to hear of his success. Good luck Jerry

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