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Scullion

A Dishwasher's Guide to Mistaken Identity

Part of Scullion
Illustrated by Jarad Greene

“As quirky and fresh as a D&D campaign with your best friends." – Ashley Poston, author of Geekerella

In celebrity-obsessed Timberwood Village, the great warrior Riqa is an icon who’s about to throw the wedding of the century, and local teens Darlis and Mae are just two humble dishwashers. Until, that is, Riqa mysteriously disappears and an unsuspecting Darlis is mistaken for her! It seems like an honest mistake, until he realizes that these two troll siblings want to capture and hold him for ransom, with Mae getting caught in the mix-up. To get out of this predicament, these dishwashers will have to get their hands a little dirty. Armed with only their wits and Riqa’s book, The Fair Maiden’s Guide to Eating Your Captor for Breakfast, can Darlis and Mae give their captors a run for their money?

Jarad Greene is a cartoonist and illustrator from Lutz, FL. He graduated from the University of South Carolina, with a BA in Criminology & Criminal Justice, and minors in Theatre and Public Relations. His comics and cartoons have appeared in publications throughout the Southeast and Vermont. He spent eight years in Columbia, SC before moving to White River Junction, VT where he received his MFA at The Center for Cartoon Studies.

Jarad Greene is a cartoonist and illustrator from Lutz, FL. He graduated from the University of South Carolina, with a BA in Criminology & Criminal Justice, and minors in Theatre and Public Relations. His comics and cartoons have appeared in publications throughout the Southeast and Vermont. He spent eight years in Columbia, SC before moving to White River Junction, VT where he received his MFA at The Center for Cartoon Studies.

"Scullion is the adventure story I always craved as a kid; it’s full of laughter and heart." 

– Tillie Walden (Spinning)

"Scullion is a genre-bending fantasy of the best kind."

– Ashley Poston (Geekerella)

"A pleasant fantasy."

– Kirkus Reviews

"Uplifting and entertaining, Scullion is a cheerful comic fantasy adventure."

– Foreword Reviews