Emmert, Lynn: "Life Drawing. An Interview with Alison Bechdel." In: The Comics Journal 282 (2007), S. 34–52.
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Keywords: "Dykes to Watch Out For", "Fun Home", Autobiography, Bechdel. Alison, Comic strip, Interview, USA
Collection: The Comics Journal
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For readers unfamiliar with her work, it might appear that Alison Bechdel came out of nowhere to receive critical acclaim for her comic memoir Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic, published in 2006. But her devoted fans, who have been following her career for more than two decades, were well aware of her talent as both an artist and a writer. With its political commentary and spot-on observations of lesbian culture, her enduring bi-weekly strip, Dykes to Watch Out For, continues to thrive in print and online.
Bechdel took some time out of her busy schedule of writing, drawing and promoting her new book to talk about her work, her career and having her book banned in Missouri.
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