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The graphic works reviewed here are books whose primary topics are not medical, and yet they cover a medical topic with some depth at some point in the work. The rest of the work might be fictional or nonfictional, while the medical portion is often technical and five s or more. The reviewer will usually neither recommend nor discourage reading the work, except when the rest of the work is deemed outstanding or terrible, respectively. Typically, six graphic works will be provided with one paragraph for each.
With that in mind…. Some are more medically informative than others. The stories provide two forms: words and pictures both of which…. This is a part-memoir part-fiction comic book depicting the fun and less-fun bits of maternity, from pregnancy to the toddler years, told with dry, and at times caustic, humour.
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Read Chapter 6 here. Follow Camille on Instagram. Camille Aubry is a French graphic artist based in Bristol. Camille works as a live illustrator scribedocumenting events, conferences, seminars, concerts, meetings, presentations and pitches with… .
Guest review by Katie Laing A. K Summers in Pregnant Butch provides a realistic, relatable and humorous narrative into her experience of pregnancy as a butch, lesbian woman. The non-fictional graphic novel is the first by A. Written in first person, she challenges themes of societal norms, masculinity and gender roles whilst living in New York in the s.
Teek Summers uses comic form to accentuate and visualise the journey and struggles of the common yet underexpressed phenomenon that is queer pregnancy. Teek and her girlfriend Vee experience social pressure, as a result… .
This is a comic book diary depicting the fun and less-fun bits of maternity, from pregnancy to the toddler years, told with dry, and at times caustic, humour. Read Chapter 5 here. Next installment will be posted on the 16th of March.
Camille works as a live illustrator scribedocumenting…. This is an autobiographical comic book diary depicting the fun and less-fun bits of maternity, from pregnancy to the toddler years, told with dry, and at times caustic, humour. Read Chapter 4 here. Camille works as a scribe, documenting events, conferences, seminars, concerts, meetings, presentations and… .
Extreme mood swings, leaking milk and life-and-death decisions during labor: artist creates comic strip that reveals what really happens to a woman’s body during pregnancy and childbirth
Read Chapter 2 here. A first version of this chapter was ly published on Mom Egg Review in May Read Chapter 1 here. Read Chapter 3 here. This graphic narrative has been twice long-listed for the Laydeez do Comics Prize and was exhibited at the Representing Realness show in London this summer. The Nib won for Outstanding Series.
Bors arrived in Columbus this week seeking to drive attention to the financial reversal faced by the satirical magazine The Nib,…. Home About What is Graphic Medicine?