Sarah at Word on the Street, Sept 24

I will have a table at Word Under the Street (the underground part of Word On the Street) with my friend and fellow artist/writer Eve Corbel of True
Funnies (aka Mary Schendlinger). We will be selling comics, fridge magnets, bookmarks and more! Please come see us there! Buy our stuff! Enter the best draw at the festival: You can win “One Panel Starring Me”: a framed comic by Sarah and Eve illustrating a story from your life! And come see featured artist/writer Joe Sacco, whom we are “adopting” for the festival.
www.thewordonthestreet.ca

Here’s some of what I’ll be selling…

Zines inspired by Harlequins
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Bookmarks: The Small Dogs Classics series (on gold cardstock)
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Eventually this stuff might all be posted here in full. But it’s best to come get it in person at WUTS.

Sketches from Northern BC

In July my partner and I travelled to Northern BC. We took 400 photos of the most incredible scenery in the world. I sketched the other stuff.

Like when a logging truck hit a little car so traffic was stopped on the highway and everyone got out of their cars including a crowd of Mennonites.
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And when we stopped at a swimming hole and met a family. The little kid:
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The aunt:
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The girl with swimmer’s itch:
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Heavy Metal Yoga

This is something I recommend for anyone. Try AC/DC first. Aside from metal, Eminem and Tricky are also some excellent choices. You might be skeptical, but it really helps you focus on the poses, particularly in power yoga when you want to get all intense and sweaty.heavymetalyoga.gif

The Enemy

This is a satirical comic inspired by some feminists’ aversion to including male-to-female transsexuals in women-only space.
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Help! It’s A Naked Breast, Xtra West #340, Aug 30, 2006

It doesn’t take a lot of deep thinking to understand that the right of women (and other folks with breasts) to be topless is a queer issue, that it’s part and parcel of our larger fight to be out and proud. That women who are trying to cool off or breastfeed or feel the breeze on their skin–or women whose outfits just look better with exposed breasts–should be able to go ahead and take their tops off.
Read the whole column on the Xtra website.

Kaddish, Geist #60, Spring 2006

When my mother Midge got Alzheimer’s Disease at the age of fifty-three, my rabbi taught me the prayer that Moses said to God when God struck his sister Miriam with leprosy: El na refah na la—Heal her, Lord, please heal her. I said the prayer on and off for the next seven years even though there was no possibility of healing.

Download the pdf of the whole article here.