Published on August 22nd, 2018 | by Pam Wye


Water I’ve Loved: Diane’s Pool

We dive deep in the fourth installment of Pam Wye’s  “Water I’ve Loved” graphic memoir, which she is serializing at MUTHA Magazine. She’s also currently at work on a graphic history/memoir of the 150-year-old St. Benedict’s Prep School in Newark, NJ where she’s worked as an Art teacher for the past 15 years.

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About the Author

Pam Wye is currently a participant in the Graphic Novel Development Program at Sequential Artists Workshop. Her focus is bringing “Water I’ve Loved” to book form. She teaches Art at St. Benedict’s Prep School in Newark, NJ and is the mother of two sons.

She posts drawings regularly to Instagram @pamwye

5 Responses to Water I’ve Loved: Diane’s Pool

  1. Rebecca says:

    This is awesome. What an artist–and what a story she tells about her life! Thanks for featuring. St. Benedict’s caught my eye. Totally random, but I used to work for a company that worked on their annual appeals, so I wrote for the prep school once (around the time it was featured on 60 Minutes–amazing place. Again, thanks for such an interesting piece.

    • Pam Wye says:

      Hey Rebecca,
      Thanks for your kind words! I really appreciate it. Small world – that you wrote fund-raising appeals for St. Benedict’s! We’re in summer session currently, still going strong. A place teeming with history and daily stories!
      Thanks again!
      Pam Wye

  2. Mary says:

    Wow. Water. I was born and went through most of highschool on the island of Aruba, so I went from salty fetal water to salty sea water. I am at my calmest yet most alive when I’m in water. I swim as many days a week as possible, in our town pool, year round. I am energized at the same rate as I expend energy. Amazing, what water can do.

  3. Peter McLaughlin says:

    Gorgeous, sad, uplifting and inspiring. Thank you for this wonderful work!

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