Aline Kominsky-Crumb, 1948-2022
An obituary for one of the revelatory talents of autobiographical cartooning, and an icon of the underground era.
Diane Noomin, 1947-2022
A tribute to the late cartoonist and editor Diane Noomin, with an obituary by John Kelly and testimonials by 18 friends, colleagues and admirers.
“Dolls Ask Something Different”: A Roundtable On Doll-Making & Comics
Kate Lacour spoke to four cartoonists (Phoebe Gloeckner, Julia Gfrörer, Dame Darcy & Nina Bunjevac) about how their dollmaking practice engages (and expands) their art making. Then, to confirm what she has found, Kate checks in with a doll to see what they think!
“‘Best’ Is a Bullshit Word”: Phoebe Gloeckner on Editing The Best American Comics 2018
The eminently quotable (and phenomenally talented) artist, writer, teacher and, whether she claims it or not, critic, sits down with Sean T. Collins to talk about how she handled the selection process behind the most recent edition of Best American Comics.
The Julia Gfrörer Interview
A conversation between Phoebe Gloeckner and Julia Gfrörer.
Today’s Feminist Comics: Why I Don’t Relate
It’s okay to be critical of the things you care about, and that’s the permission I’m giving myself to be critical of what are categorically called “feminist comics” these days.
Leslie Stein on Diary of a Teenage Girl
The Eye of the Majestic Creature artist goes to the movie adaptation of Phoebe Gloeckner’s great book.
Chicago: Comics on the Make
“Comics: Philosophy & Practice” gathered seventeen luminaries of the medium to discuss what it all means.
THIS WEEK IN COMICS! (8/10/11 – Formative Materials)
Reflections on a twisted sister; not too many new comics.
The Phoebe Gloeckner Interview
An intense, revealing interview with Phoebe Gloeckner originally published in The Comics Journal 261, 2004—now with a new postscript from Gary Groth.