Zachary Clemente



Zachary is an aspiring comic writer, semi-producing interactive installation maker, and heartfelt devotee to the gravity of narrative.  He often expounds on movies, comics, visual art, music, books, and other vehicles of human storytelling an iota past far too much.  He is a firm believer in the notion that all experiences are crucial to making the person inhabiting the space between your ears and sometimes thinks a life without Superman existing is a life not worth living.  He also finds quite a bit of joy from nonsense phrase like “forever truth” and “allkind.”

He is a graduate of Hampshire College in Amherst, MA, receiving a Bachelor of the Arts in Installation Design & Sculpture Art in 2012.  He currently resides in Boston, MA.

His goals are to someday own a dog large enough to tackle him, sing like Tom Waits, voice a role in any animated anything, beatbox no better than he already does, and one day be allowed to live the vicious cycle of making enough money writing comics and doing art to fund the purchase of comics and the experience of being changed by all that is art.

He contributes a column about comics called Cross-Canon over at Multiversity.

You can view Zachary’s personal page here.

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