Put down yer chia pudding and pick up a copy of the July/August issue of the Women’s Review of Books! It features a new comic by yours truly in which Butcheye the Sailor Lassie (with some assistance from Sojourner Truth) offers a waterlogged but incisive consideration of the Womink problem. Check it out online!
Here’s my review of Jillian and Mariko Tamaki‘s THIS ONE SUMMER (my favorite graphic novel of 2015!)—for the LA Review of Books.
A review of Pregnant Butch in PRINT…wotta concept! If you wanna read it, go to the library or subscribe.
Review by Roger Hart
Dave Convery, Roger Hart and Lucy Boyes of Consequential, “an almost-monthly newsletter full of interesting comics stuff,” shoot the breeze about Pregnant Butch AND about their microphone as a possible robot dildo.
Happiness is… that Queerty review of PB runs along adjacent story of Which male celebrity has the best nipples? and Watermelon: It’s Nature’s Viagra.
When Pregnancy Pushes Against Gender Presentation
A.K. Summers’ “Pregnant Butch” tells how pregnancy felt like dressing in drag.
Reviewed by Kevin Tang
A.K. Summers’s PREGNANT BUTCH is…
…irreverent and often caustic, with bold images that both capture the details of everyday life and exaggerate its incongruities…should make all of us rethink what it means to be a pregnant woman or a masculine-presenting one. —Dana Rudolph, founder and publisher of Mombian, an award-winning blog and resource directory for LGBT parents
In conversation with Trish Bendix of AfterEllen.com