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Sarah Becan and Anne Elizabeth Moore

Sarah Becan and Anne Elizabeth Moore

Sarah Becan is a self-published comics artist, author, illustrator and designer based in Chicago, and creator of the Ignatz-nominated “I Think You’re Sauceome”, an autobiographical webcomic about our complicated relationships with food. Her first graphic novel, The Complete Ouija Interviews, earned a Xeric Award and a Stumptown Trophy for Outstanding Debut, and her second graphic novel, Shuteyewas funded with a successful Kickstarter campaign and released in early 2012.

Anne Elizabeth Moore is a Fulbright scholar, a UN Press Fellow, the Truthout columnist behind Ladydrawers: Gender and Comics in the US, and the author of several award-winning books. 

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Sarah Becan and Anne Elizabeth Moore

Sarah Becan and Anne Elizabeth Moore

Sarah Becan is a self-published comics artist, author, illustrator and designer based in Chicago, and creator of the Ignatz-nominated “I Think You’re Sauceome”, an autobiographical webcomic about our complicated relationships with food. Her first graphic novel, The Complete Ouija Interviews, earned a Xeric Award and a Stumptown Trophy for Outstanding Debut, and her second graphic novel, Shuteyewas funded with a successful Kickstarter campaign and released in early 2012.

Anne Elizabeth Moore is a Fulbright scholar, a UN Press Fellow, the Truthout columnist behind Ladydrawers: Gender and Comics in the US, and the author of several award-winning books. 

Other articles by this author