The Morning Interview

Meet the Sitka Fellows: Marcus Gruber

Marcus Gruber is one of the Sitka Fellows. (photo from marcus-gruber.com)

Marcus Gruber is one of the Sitka Fellows. (Photo from marcus-gruber.com)

Marcus Gruber is an illustrator and graphic artist from Germany. He’s in town for seven weeks as part of the Sitka Fellows program, and is working on a graphic novel. He says spending time in Sitka is like “a fairy tale,” and that he’s excited to be here.

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