David Borchart is a cartoonist and illustrator living in New York City. In 2002 he received a New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) fellowship in the category of fiction for the graphic novel A Prisoner of Ghoul Island. He is also a fellow of the MacDowell Colony, where much of A Prisoner of Ghoul Island was written. His cartoons have appeared in the Seattle Stranger, American Book Jam (Tokyo), and the Brooklyn Free Press.

"I was a cartoonist. Not the kind whose cartoons you see in the paper. The other kind. The kind who doesn't show people his cartoons." So begins A Prisoner of Ghoul Island, a looping, cliff-hangingcartoon noir. It's the story of a man pursued by mysterious demons from a forgotten abyss—an abyss known to some as the second grade. A Prisoner of Ghoul Island has appeared serially since 1997 in New Orleans' Weekly Gambit,the Miami New Times, and San Francisco's East Bay Express. Z
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