Brian Fees

cartoonist and author of “A Fire Story”

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Around 1:30 am on October 9, 2017, cartoonist Brian Fies and his wife Karen were forced to evacuate their home near Santa Rosa. A massive wildfire was coming.

After losing his California home to a wildfire, cartoonist tells his story through comics

Around 1:30 am on October 9, 2017, cartoonist Brian Fies and his wife Karen were forced to evacuate their home near Santa Rosa. A massive wildfire was coming.

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