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Awareness is the first step – The Projector

by ahnationtalk on April 3, 201720 Views

April 3, 2017

Robertson, illustrator Gregory Chomichuk, and musician Iskwé (Marcia Ostashewski) hosted the launch for their new graphic novel, Will I See?, at The Good Will Social Club. The graphic novel was inspired by Iskwé’s song “Will I See” that’s about missing and murdered Indigenous women.

“She wanted to make a music video for her song and contacted me for some ideas,” said Robertson, 40. “I emailed her back saying we should make the song into a graphic novel, and then animate the characters into a music video.”

This is Robertson’s 16th graphic novel, and it isn’t his first about missing and murdered Indigenous women. His life as a professional writer started in 2008, when he released a graphic novel called The Life of Hellen Betty Osborne. Hellen Betty Osborne was an Indigenous woman murdered in The Pas in 1971.

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