Joseph B. Kirsch has been studying the world since that fateful day in the Beth El Hospital maternity ward. Born in New York City, to Brooklyn College graduates Seymour and Zelda Kirsch nee Kashtan, Joseph quickly learned the skill of storytelling. Bounced on the laps of Holocaust survivors, Kirsch heard much about life’s sacredness and how human beings, through courageous choices, can rise above all evil.
In 2003, Kirsch founded Ethics Comics with a goal of creating entertaining graphic novels and sequential art that provide a message with value. Together with Max Winters, he wrote and helped publish the graphic novel “Diamond Island”.
For decades, Joseph, his wife Gila, and their family have resided in Cleveland, Ohio.