MATT HUYNH
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CAB

CAB is a graphic novel collection of short autobiographical comics drawn from the experiences of a dozen ordinary residents and visitors to the suburban South-Western Sydney migrant community, Cabramatta. Cabramatta's migrant hostel attracted a generation of migrants after the Vietnam War, creating Australia's largest non-Anglo-Celtic commercial district.

Select short comics currently appear within the anthology, 'Growing Up Asian in Australia' where it is studied as an assigned curriculum text for the Victorian Certificate of Education.

PRAISE FOR 'CAB'

“As always, Matt Huynh continues to surprise and impress with his exploration of new graphic novel material in the Australian context. One of my favourite forms of Australian comics is the regional anthology, but there's never been been one like this before - one that redefines what’s possible in this form of media.” — Ink Spot, Australian Cartoonists' Association Journal

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