JOSH NEUFELD is the writer/artist of the New York Times-bestselling nonfiction graphic novel A.D.: NEW ORLEANS AFTER THE DELUGE (2009). In addition, he is the illustrator of the New York Times-bestselling graphic nonfiction book THE INFLUENCING MACHINE: BROOKE GLADSTONE ON THE MEDIA (2011). He was a long-time artist for Harvey Pekar's AMERICAN SPLENDOR.
Quirky vignettes about travel, baseball, Vietnam, movies, steroids, and 9/11.
The narrative corpse "Lionel's Lament" is an unscripted impromptu dynamic dialogue between the Keyhole team of Dean Haspiel and Josh Neufeld.
Lionel wakes up one morning to an unpleasant surprise. From that point on, his adventures feature unparalleled depths of agony and personal humiliation.
The story begins with an episode by Neufeld, episode 2 is by Haspiel, and so on.
As part of a program put on by the Lyon-based French "international creative research laboratory" Les Subsistances. For three days, myself and a group of other creative spirits create “on the spot” evening news bulletins in response to the events of the day (as reported by Agence France Press).