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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.
“More than 200 performers, a rock band, marching band, and full pit orchestra will convene for the performance… Folk, blues, rock, gospel, jazz, and even a marching band make appearances, along with Mahlerian meditations for orchestra, Hebrew prayer, chamber music, Arabic dances, and — why not — a Chilean folk ballad.” More
“The only thing hard to buy about the novel is that San Antonio seems just as populated by neurotics as New York.” More
“Ordering salads at Long Island Bar feels a little awkward. The place is so lovingly restored to its 1950s soul that you half-expect a grizzled longshoreman to walk in and stare you down.” More
“With a mix of art, fashion, food and culture, downtown Los Angeles has become a hot destination”, NY Daily News, October 19 2014
“Downtown Los Angeles — the onetime wasteland where I recently spent a week navigating a glut of art, fashion, food, and culture — now feels one of the coolest places on Earth. Think of the best parts of Manhattan in the 1970s and early ’80s, but without the crack.” More