Dyke Strippers: Lesbian Cartoonists A to Z

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Cleis Press, 1995 - Humor - 207 pages
3 Reviews
From Alison Bechdel to Zora, this collection of cartoons provides artwork from the imaginations of lesbians from Canada, England, Australia and the USA. With graphics, interviews, biographical sketches and artist's commentary on their favourite work, the book aims to provides a slice of lesbian life. It includes comic characters like Mo and the gang from Dykes to Watch Out For, Hothead and Chicken from Hothead Paisan and other lesbian icons.

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Review: Dyke Strippers: Lesbian Cartoonists A to Z

User Review  - Joanna - Goodreads

This was a pretty funny book, although it is about 15 years old and some of the humor now seems a bit dated. I would have gotten through it more quickly if it were all cartoons, but there are author ... Read full review

Review: Dyke Strippers: Lesbian Cartoonists A to Z

User Review  - N. - Goodreads

Well, the only comic that I really enjoyed was the first one--the rest were mostly mediocre, with a few exceptions. I scanned through all of them, but didn't have time to read the interviews. It's an ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
7
Katie Brown interviews Alison Bechdel
20
Jennifer Camper
33
Copyright

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