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It’s finally here… Graphic Details: Jewish Women’s Confessional Comics in Essays and Interviews is based on the exhibit I co-curated. It’s published by McFarland.
I contributed a bunch of essays on some of the amazing artists in the show, including Bernice Eisenstein, Sarah Glidden, Sarah Lazarovic, and Laurie Sandell.
Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women is now open at London’s Space Station 65 gallery!
Graphic Details, which I co-curated, is inspired by a story I wrote for the Forward. We’ve had successful runs in New York, San Francisco, Toronto, Washington, DC, Portland, and Miami Beach.
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