Is SHE Available?
Igor Goldkind and Others
This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device.
Is SHE Available? is a book of poetry, art, music, spoken word, and video, featuring the poetry of Igor Goldkind, and the art of more than a dozen noted graphic novel and fine artists, including Bill Sienkiewicz, Liam Sharp, Glen Fabry and others. Music is from UK Jazz Album of the Year artist Gilad Atzmon; videos are created using Madefire motion book technology. The e-book is based on the print book design created by Rian Hughes.
More than a year in the making, Is SHE Available is more than a graphic novel, more than a book of poetry and more than a book of art.
It is designed to run on iPhone and iPad (including Mini). Optimal operation may not appear on your desktop computer.
This is poetry for those who love poetry. This is poetry for those who hate poetry.
This is art for those who love art. This is art for those who hate art.
This is jazz for those who love jazz. This is jazz for those who hate jazz.
This is a book for those who love graphic novels. This is a book for those who hate graphic novels.
This is a book for those who love reading. This is a book for those who hate reading.
This is a book made by all of us, crafted and created with all our skill and all our heart. For all of you.
Is SHE Available?
Absolutely beautiful words, music and artwork. I love printed book, but the iBook is thrilling.
SHE IS AVAILABLE!
I'm never seen anything like this before. Literally a revolution in poetry, eBooks and my life! Words, moving illustrations and music combine to express a powerful work of raw human emotion. Sex,
Love and Death, it's all there and it's all stunning! Don't miss out on this unique experience, it changed my life.
Is She Available?
So pleased to have had the opportunity to experience this work of art. Never have seen poetry presented with such great animation and illustrations -- the music is beautiful and combines so well with the narration. The poetry is heartfelt, engrossing, sometimes mysterious, but also accessible and incredibly relevant.