FUCK YOU, LIZ PRINCE

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brianchurilla:

Evan Dorkin

real talk

brianchurilla:

Evan Dorkin

real talk

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The new issue of Razorcake is in stores now, and it contains a brand new comic about the uniqueness of our experience.  If that sounds deep, don’t worry; it’s still just words and pictures.  

The new issue of Razorcake is in stores now, and it contains a brand new comic about the uniqueness of our experience.  If that sounds deep, don’t worry; it’s still just words and pictures.  

ibleedandbleedandbleed asked: Is it best to get your new book through you or top shelf?

The only way for you to get Alone Forever through me would be to buy it at a convention that I was selling it at (I am not selling it online), otherwise, Top Shelf or your local comic shop, are the best places to buy the book! 

Thanks!

iamwrappedupinbooks:

Liz Prince’s Alone Forever: The Singles Collection (2014)

Alone Forever: The Singles Collection can be purchased HERE.

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Anonymous asked: Hi there, as a lizbian I thought I'd ask if you would consider making a society 6 shop? I'd buy shirts, cups with your cartoons on them and thought others might too!

Howdy ANONYMOUS,

I have a store front that makes some merch for me, it can be found at:

http://silversprocket.gostorego.com/lizprince.html

It’s a small punk operation but it suits my needs just fine!  

teachmoments:

I’ve mentioned it before, but fuckyoulizprince is one of the people who introduced me to Kochalka and I’ll always be grateful for that.

This is a flashback to 2003. I haven’t forced an American Elf book on someone in years! Check out Chris’ Teachable Moments comics!

teachmoments:

I’ve mentioned it before, but fuckyoulizprince is one of the people who introduced me to Kochalka and I’ll always be grateful for that.

This is a flashback to 2003. I haven’t forced an American Elf book on someone in years! Check out Chris’ Teachable Moments comics!

fuckyeahlizprince:

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I was featured on the wonderful Super Strength Health blog, written by the smart and sassy Lacy Davis! Poke around at her previous posts: she tackles issues of mental and physical health, recovering from an eating disorder, and surviving an emotionally abusive childhood. Inspiration for everyone is just a click away.

fuckyeahlizprince:

(via Saturday reading #3 « Superstrength Health)

I was featured on the wonderful Super Strength Health blog, written by the smart and sassy Lacy Davis! Poke around at her previous posts: she tackles issues of mental and physical health, recovering from an eating disorder, and surviving an emotionally abusive childhood. Inspiration for everyone is just a click away.

aportlandhomosexual:

Liz Prince is coming out with Tomboy in September

Growing up, Liz Prince wasn’t a girly girl, but she wasn’t exactly one of the guys either (as she learned when her little league baseball coach exiled her to the distant outfield). She was somewhere in between. But with the forces of middle school, high school, parents, friendship, and romance pulling her this way and that, the middle wasn’t exactly an easy place to be. Tomboy follows award-winning author and artist Liz Prince through her early years and explores—with humor, honesty, and poignancy—what it means to “be a girl.” From staunchly refuting ”girliness” to the point of misogyny, to discovering through the punk community that your identity is whatever you make of it, Tomboy offers a sometimes hilarious, sometimes heartbreaking account of self-discovery in modern America.

Coming in September!

aportlandhomosexual:

Liz Prince is coming out with Tomboy in September

Growing up, Liz Prince wasn’t a girly girl, but she wasn’t exactly one of the guys either (as she learned when her little league baseball coach exiled her to the distant outfield). She was somewhere in between. But with the forces of middle school, high school, parents, friendship, and romance pulling her this way and that, the middle wasn’t exactly an easy place to be. Tomboy follows award-winning author and artist Liz Prince through her early years and explores—with humor, honesty, and poignancy—what it means to “be a girl.”
From staunchly refuting ”girliness” to the point of misogyny, to discovering through the punk community that your identity is whatever you make of it, Tomboy offers a sometimes hilarious, sometimes heartbreaking account of self-discovery in modern America.

Coming in September!

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deafula:

jennyandthelibrarians:

proveyrhuman:

essential-industry:

I’ll be selling my zines here on Sunday the 27th. Come on out. Last year’s event was a hoot!

yeah dude

i’ll be there sunday the 27th, selling copies of tributaries, collide, and heather c. of stranger danger distro’s friendship comp, always & forever!
so stoked.

i’ll also be there on sunday the 27th!

Brooklyn Zine Fest roll call! I’ll be there on the 27th with copies of my books and my ZINES ARE THE MOST IMPORTANT tote bags

deafula:

jennyandthelibrarians:

proveyrhuman:

essential-industry:

I’ll be selling my zines here on Sunday the 27th. Come on out. Last year’s event was a hoot!

yeah dude

i’ll be there sunday the 27th, selling copies of tributaries, collide, and heather c. of stranger danger distro’s friendship comp, always & forever!

so stoked.

i’ll also be there on sunday the 27th!

Brooklyn Zine Fest roll call! I’ll be there on the 27th with copies of my books and my ZINES ARE THE MOST IMPORTANT tote bags

Tomboy » Zest Books

doktorfrank:

Liz Prince’s graphic memoir Tomboy comes out in September. I had a chance to read an advance copy and loved it. Pre-order it!

I’m going to use this opportunity to get on my soapbox for a moment, about why punk has always been so important to me.  

Punk is accessible, there aren’t the insurmountable hierarchies that exist in mainstream rock and pop music; the musicians are, in most of my experiences, people who are down to earth and will to have actual conversations with you.  And so, I never would have imagined that at 32 years old, someone who’s music meant a lot to me in high school would read one of my comics and genuinely LIKE IT.  Thanks Dr. Frank, for not being one of them.

http://youtu.be/9X3UgtvvLVU