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Graphic Ladies features the work of ladies who create and critique comics. We also tweet!

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  1. "The “bubble” language spoken by Bechdel’s characters is the vulgate of modern America, and she illustrates her life’s most private moments with what feels, at times, like the gleeful exhibitionism of a streaker. But Bechdel’s narration has a quality that one of Flaubert’s biographers, writing of his letters, describes as “lucid comic anguish.”"
    — Judith Thurman profiles Alison Bechdel for The New Yorker