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Left Bank Books

Today, I went to a really cool indie bookstore in St. Louis called Left Bank Books. I knew about the store because it hosted an event that I ended up not being able to go to – a conversation and signing with Rainbow Rowell and David Levithan. 145 more words


Following In Her Own Footprints: Alison Bechdel’s Circles of Creativity

by Amelia Peacock, SAL Community Engagement Coordinator

In one of A. A. Milne’s most iconic stories featuring everyone’s favorite “bear of very little brain,” Pooh and his best friend Piglet spot what they think are Heffalump tracks in the snow on one of their many walks in the woods. 638 more words

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10 Word Review - Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic

Family. Tragedy. Images. Painful. Revealing. Story. Secrets. Discovery. Storytelling. Yes.

In My Opinion

[Comics] as Reading - Chapter 5 - Introduction, or [Comics] as Guide to Textual Subjectivity pt. 1

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V. Introduction – as Guide to Textual Subjectivity

One might as well argue that since allegorical and romantic narrative forms were familiar and standard in the Middle Ages, they were the realism of the day. 4,254 more words


Terms and Conditions

New York City-based artist and graphic novelist Robert Sikoryak has solved the dilemma that every iTunes user faces: how to slog through the deadly boring legal terms and conditions of use. 72 more words


Introductions: Alison Bechdel

On October 22 at Town Hall Seattle, SAL Executive Director Ruth Dickey introduced Alison Bechdel, the first author in SAL’s new Women You Need to Know series. 398 more words

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