Young Edna Arkins lives in a neighborhood that is rapidly changing, thanks to white flight from urban Seattle in the late 1960s. As the world changes around her, Edna is exposed to the callous racism of adults; sometimes subtle and other times blatant, but always stinging. Originally published in 1988, The Good Times Are Killing Me is now back in print in hardcover with a new cover and the color illustrations from the first edition.
Drawn & Quarterly, hardback, 184 pages, published September 2017
This product will be in stock on Wednesday 13 September, 2017.