Gabrielle Gamboa is a cartoonist, visual artist, and arts educator based in Santa Rosa, California. Her current projects include a chapter-by-chapter comic-book adaptation of Nathanael West’s 1933 novel Miss Lonelyhearts, reviews in comics form of old black and white horror films, and an original graphic novel of a supernatural romance between filmmakers in post-WWII Los Angeles.
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“I Felt Like I Didn’t Have a Baby But At Least I’d Have a Book”: A Diane Noomin Interview
The pioneering co-editor of Twisted Sisters and creator of DiDi Glitz talks about the underground comics scene, Communism, abortion, the politics of anthologizing, contact paper-derived orgasms, and nail polish. Continue reading →