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Call Me Nathan: An Evening with Quentin Zuttion


Join us when illustrator Quentin Zuttion visits to discuss his new graphic novel, Call Me Nathan.

Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum
Ohio State University
1813 N High Street
Columbus, US 43210

April 28, 2022 | 6pm ET


During his residency with Villa Albertine, illustrator Quentin Zuttion will discuss his new graphic novel, Call Me Nathan, at Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum in Columbus.

Join the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum for a special event with French author/cartoonist and Villa Albertine resident Quentin Zuttion, co-creator of the graphic novel Call Me Nathan.

Zuttion will be in conversation with Dr. Margaret Flinn, Associate Professor in The Ohio State University Department of French and Italian. Book signing to follow.

Unable to attend in person? Register to join the Zoom broadcast here!


About the author:

Quentin Zuttion is a widely published illustrator and artist who cites Brecht Evens, Julie Maroh, and Egon Schiele among the influences on the airily physical style of his work.

About Call Me Nathan: 

Assigned female at birth, Nathan spends his formative years facing questions without answers. As puberty hits and begins to change his body, it all just feels wrong, and something needs to change for it to feel right. He finds himself at a crucial crossroads. Becoming oneself is the work of a lifetime, no matter our gender, sexuality, or refusal to be limited by such categorizations.

For Nathan, his courageous first steps towards discovering his true self happen through transition. Based on a true story, Catherine Castro and Quentin Zuttion explore the tenacity and bravery that such a journey entails while society continues to wrestle with the meaning of identity. Call Me Nathan issues a moving call for understanding, a powerful denunciation of prejudice, and a celebration of everything it means to love.


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