In Pyongyang, Guy Delisle took you inside a North Korean animation studio. In the newly-released Factory Summers, Guy takes us inside the Quebec City paper mill where he worked in his youth. It’s Delisle’s most personal book to date, and maybe the only one that has something in common with Moby Dick!
How do you do 1930s noir but make it feel fresh? Well, The Good Asian is a great example. We talk to writer Pornsak Pichetshote about his tightly-scripted, hard-boiled detective story set against the backdrop of America’s Chinese Exclusion Act.