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  • 112 pages 
  • 23cm x 28cm 
  • Published in New York, 2021 

The Nib publishes pointed journalism and political satire in the form of comics.


This latest issue explores food from around the world with an ode to the rice cooker, slavery in the supply chain, community fridges, food allergy disasters, organising workers, and more.


In this issue:



  • Fatteh, My Father, and Me by Yazan al-Saadi and Ghadi Ghosn
  • The Industry’s Backbone — Gerardo Alba and Ally Shwed on the Latinx back of the house
  • Tomato, Tomatho, Caporalato — Ariel Vittori on modern slavery in the supply chain
  • Our Fridge: The Rise of Community Fridges, Their Impact As Mutual Aid, and How to Set Up Your Own by Sage Coffey


Issues ten, nine, eight, seven, six, five and two of The Nib are also available in the Stack shop.

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