Zak Raven vs. HIV

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Darren G. Davis, author of The 10th Muse and Legend of Isis, two graphic novels with cult followings, is also the creator of Lost Raven, a memoir-style graphic novel about a man who grapples with his diagnosis of HIV while battling creatures made in a government lab.

At Out Magazine, Davis discusses his experience writing Raven and the distressing politics queer and HIV-positive artists struggle against in the graphic novel industry.


Julie Morse lives in San Francisco and is a poetry teacher. She can be found @JulieMorse16. More from this author →