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Newswire: Dreaming about your funeral is better than working in this Exits exclusive

What would it feel like to be invisible? Sure, you might be able to do all sorts of things that you wouldn’t do if you could be seen, but what happens when the novelty runs out and you’ve disappeared from the world? Cartoonist Daryl Seitchik explores these questions in her new Koyama Press graphic novel, Exits, following a young woman who randomly turns invisible one night after her shift at the mirror store.
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