Emma and Horace is a short comic I made over the course of 6 weeks as a self-published graphic story. It was made as part of a short course in comic-making and offset lithography, so the 16-page book was planned and made 100% without a computer. It was made as an edition of 12 lithographically printed books. As well as being a tender story of the forming of a relationship, my book was an exercise in how the comic-book form can be used to reflect an interaction (or non-interaction) of two characters. I have only submitted a few snippets from the story, but they are the pages and images which I thought were the most successful.