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Lauren Weinstein

Lauren Weinstein

Lauren Weinstein is a cartoonist, teacher and gardener who had a baby and moved to the suburbs of New Jersey. Her award-winning comic books include "Girl Stories" and "The Goddess of War." Her work has been published in Kramer's Ergot, The Ganzfeld, An Anthology of Graphic Fiction, and The Best American Comics 2007 and 2010. She is currently working on a sequel to "Girl Stories" for Henry Holt and teaching comics at the School of Visual Arts. To keep herself amused during her child's naps, she draws comics which can be seen at her web site.

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Lauren Weinstein

Lauren Weinstein

Lauren Weinstein is a cartoonist, teacher and gardener who had a baby and moved to the suburbs of New Jersey. Her award-winning comic books include "Girl Stories" and "The Goddess of War." Her work has been published in Kramer's Ergot, The Ganzfeld, An Anthology of Graphic Fiction, and The Best American Comics 2007 and 2010. She is currently working on a sequel to "Girl Stories" for Henry Holt and teaching comics at the School of Visual Arts. To keep herself amused during her child's naps, she draws comics which can be seen at her web site.

Other articles by this author

40912ld cat

What We Do: A Comic About Women in the Labor Force

By Lauren Weinstein and Anne Elizabeth Moore, Truthout | Graphic Journalism