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Tuesday, April 15, 2008

One of my favorite pieces from the comics issue of McSweeney's from a couple of years back was "Two Questions" by Lynda Barry. It's one of the best explorations of the roots of creativity I can think of. Within only a handful of pages Barry deftly examines the self-doubt that often hinders or even cripples the creative process for so many people. This story is included in her upcoming book, What It Is, except it looks so much better now; it's been completely recolored and she's also added elaborate frames, some with pieces of fabric glued on, around each page.

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