248 pages, black and white interior,
Praise for Teleny and Camille:
"...an excellent adaptation and modernization of
the material, with lovely stylized art."
"...Teleny and Camille...stands as both a
great accomplishment in the graphic novel genre and a major contribution
to gay literature."
"...classic work of erotica is now visually re-interpreted
by Macy in all its lush, sexual excess."
"Teleny and Camille seethes. It churns. It
tugs. It traps all things beautifully gay and all things terribly gay
then challenges the reader to not look away."
"The panels explode with vines, petals, and stamens
as suggestive as any Mapplethorpe photo; hard cocks; and beautiful men
posing and writhing...drawn into the beautiful, sumptuous world of elegance,
art, and cruising."
"...sensual and bold, reminiscent of Aubrey Beardsley...Macys
art changes just as easily, from lovely to grotesque but remains, on
the whole, decadent and lush."
"What Jon Macy has done with his Teleny and Camille
graphic novel is impressive...[he has] given new life to an old, beloved
book that has a lot to offer to modern readers."
"One might presume these debased drawings to be produced
by Wildes occasional associate Aubrey Beardsley. Rather, they
are the unholy work of one Jon Macy..."
"...incredibly engrossing, beautifully-drawn works