Martha Cornog

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Why Don't You Write My Eulogy Now So I Can Correct It? A Mother's Suggestions

This brief collection may appeal to hard-core fans of Marx and Chast, so it's best for libraries where their works are popular. The pair have a "rules for couples" collaboration planned for 2020, which hopefully will offer a more satisfying serving.
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Why Don’t You Write My Eulogy Now So I Can Correct It? A Mother’s Suggestions

This brief collection may appeal to hard-core fans of Marx and Chast, so it’s best for libraries where their works are popular. The pair have a “rules for couples” collaboration planned for 2020, which hopefully will offer a more satisfying serving.
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Credo: The Rose Wilder Lane Story

Those who savor tales of adventurous real-life women will enjoy Bagge’s tribute, whether they have dived into Little House or not.

The Lady Doctor

Adults and older teens interested in behind-the-scenes medical fiction will find this gripping.
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Love Letters to Jane's World

Suggesting Alison Bechdel's Dykes To Watch Out For without the politics, Jane's World gently lampoons romance and gender stereotypes without rancor and can be enjoyed by all genders and orientations. With the complete run of the story collected and published by Braddock's Girl Twirl Comics, this overview offers a meaty omnibus for newbies and a binge read for aficionados.
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FTL, Y'all! Tales from the Age of the $200 Warp Drive

Lafrenais (Tim'rous Beastie) pulls together a creative, thoughtful collection that manages to be both enjoyable and disturbing. Inspiring fodder for sf fans and storytellers, adults and teens.
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The Epic of Gilgamesh

This lively, compulsively readable rendition makes the irony, insight, and humor of the epic accessible and even fun. Humans haven't changed much in 5,000 years, a cautionary message for us all. For high school through adult readers who enjoy over-the-top quest stories.

Diverse Voices & Viewpoints: Must-Have Graphic Novels for Black History Month and Beyond

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Maroon Comix: Origins & Destinies

While the underground railroad has become well known to most Americans, the maroon tradition has remained more a subject for scholars and dogged researchers. This passionate collection will appeal to those interested in history, cultural studies, and the international cancer of slavery. [Previewed in Jody Osicki's "Graphically Speaking," LJ 6/15/18.]

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