Serena Katt’s graphic novel ‘Sunday’s Child’ adjudged Best graphic Novel of the Month
Assistant Professor Serena Katt’s graphic novel ‘Sunday’s Child’ was adjudged Best graphic Novel of the Month in this Sunday’s Observer.
Serena Katt’s grandfather, whom she knew as Opa, was a ‘Sunday’s Child’, one of the lucky ones for whom everything always went right. Opa left a brief account of his childhood and teenage years, but it is opaque, a story of prizes won and boyish adventures. In Sunday’s Child, Serena Katt interrogates Opa’s version of his life. Was it really so innocent? Did he really not know what the Nazis were doing?
Serena teaches Creating Digital Images at Richmond.