A touching and tender graphic novel following Ed, a reserved man dealing with dementia in a small, northern-Canadian town. As Ed’s memory declines, he loses touch with the present and revisits a past he chose to forget. As he loses more of his present, he finds himself lost more in the 1970s, when he toured rural Canada in a glam rock band. A queer, romantic tragedy.


  • Winner, Book Illustration of the Year Alberta Book Awards 2020


"An inverted coming of age story about understanding queer identity and what happens to the stories you never tell." - Stephanie Chan, Smash Pages

"The publisher calls it "a queer, rural, Canadian, romantic tragedy." I call it delightful. It's gorgeous, clever and perfectly paced, with fully formed characters from the first panel." - Mike Donachie, Toronto Star

"This could likely be one of the strongest literary works regarding queer romance ever published." - Keven Skinner, Fox Force Five

"The pages are heavy with emotion that's simmering just underneath the surface. I'm really excited to see where this goes." - The Turnaround Blog, Pride Month: Graphic Novel Reading

"Truly great. A story worth telling and an honour to read. Pure, modern, Canadiana supplemented with absolutely stunning visuals. Looking forward to the series as it grows. Not a surprise CBC listed it as one of Canada's top 20 comics of 2019!" - Drake McCheyne, Amazon Reviews

"...a compelling story with a fantastic colour scheme to match." - Ann Logan, CBC/I've Read This