Stuller, Jennifer K. "Focus on Trina Robbins." In: Feminist Media Histories 4.3 (2018), S. 119–134.
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Keywords: "It Ain’t Me Babe, "Wimmen’s Comix", Comics research, Gender, Interview, Robbins. Trina, Underground Comics, USA
Collection: Feminist Media Histories
This interview with Trina Robbins took place during a panel at the 2016 Comics Arts Conference conducted by Jennifer K. Stuller. Robbins, known both for her work as a groundbreaking cartoonist and for her histories of female comics creators, discusses her early days in New York during the 1960s, owning a clothing boutique and writing comics for the East Village Other; the creation of It Ain’t Me, Babe, the first all-female comic compilation, and Wimmen’s Comix, the long-running feminist underground comix series; and her work both as a “herstorian,” uncovering the overlooked role of women in comics production, and as a mentor to female creators. Fashion provides a through-line in Robbins’s histories, underpinning her creative work and her feminist critiques.
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