Violet, the super-sleuthin’ pet detective from our Bitch Media series Don’t Be a Dick, graces the cover of the current Comics Workbook Magazine. (Check the crews’ Tumblr here.) She’s only one of many amazing inventions from the mind of Melissa Mendes, who’s interviewed alongside Anne Elizabeth Moore by Zach Mason. Here’s a clip, on HATERZ: AEM: […]
Anne Elizabeth Moore’s talk on comics, gender, culture, and labor on August 7 at Gallery 400 will air in a documentary on CAN-TV in Chicago at the following dates and times: Sunday, August 31st, 10:30 AM, Channel 21 Tuesday, September 2nd, 8:00 AM, Channel 19 Wednesday, September 3rd, 12:00 PM, Channel 21 But you can […]
Helsinki-area comics creator Aino Sutinen came to Anne Elizabeth Moore’s talk at Helsinki’s Comics Center yesterday, which covered her work in Cambodia, Our Fashion Year, and what she does with the Ladydrawers. Sutinen took these great notes. Read them here, and then read the rest of her comics, too.
Yhdysvalloissa naiset tienaavat vähemmän kuin miehet – kuten meilläkin. Sarjakuva-alalla ero on suorastaan huikea: naisen dollari on vain 27 senttiä. Tämän sai selville Anne Elizabeth Mooren vetämä Ladydrawers-ryhmä, joka on tutkinut naisten asemaa sarjakuva-alalla yli neljä vuotta. Moore käsikirjoittaa aihepiiristä sarjakuvia, joita ryhmän jäsenet piirtävät. “Sukupuoli on sarjakuva-alalla paljon korkeampi muuri kuin muualla. On vaikea sanoa, mistä kaikesta […]
Thanks to the Chicago Reader, who wrote up a preview of SEX. MONEY. RACE. GENDER. The Ladydrawers (of Chicago, Ill.) last week. Essentially any stereotype, loophole, prejudice, economic condition, or unwritten rule that can inhibit someone from joining the cultural conversation because of their gender, sexual orientation, race, or economic status is in their line […]
Yesterday, some pals at Our Bodies, Ourselves asked us if we wanted to go on a little road trip. It seems Representative Todd Akin has misunderstood some basic facts about women’s reproductive organs—and we just love giving away books! So we trundled into the car with all our drawing supplies and hit the road! Cross-country […]
In a piece that also ran on Forbes, Sarah Seltzer of Women’s E-News wrote up this great overview of our work the other day: Moore began thinking about gender politics from her perch as an editor of a comics journal and later as an editor for the “Best American Comics” series, an annual anthology published […]