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Bechdel in/for The New Yorker

The April 23 issue of the New Yorker magazine contains a profile of cartoonist Alison Bechdel, illustrated by herself.  Amongst wich, the above sketch of her studio, frenetic action included. (artwork © Alison Bechdel)

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Bechdel reviews Vandenburgh

For March 26 issue of the New York Times, Alison Bechdel, author of Fun House (which, to be completely honest, left me speechless), reviewed the book, A Pocket History of Sex in the Twentieth Century by Jane Vandenburgh. As an occasional reviewer myself, … Continue reading

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Alison Bechdel on creating Fun Home

MiNDTV35 presents this short video in which Alison Bechdel explains how she went about when writing and later drawing her (quite amazing) autobiographical graphic novel Fun Home. Getting a glimpse of the creative process of a writer or a cartoonist … Continue reading

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Compulsory Reading

Three cheers for Entertainment Weekly !  They gave Alison Bechdel permission to publish her strip, Compulsory Reading (which was originally published in EW‘s 1000th issue) on her blog.  And so she did.  It’s a good little story about a reader’s … Continue reading

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