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Diary of a Teenage Girl by Phoebe Gloeckner
San Francisco's comics community was full of artists using controversial and ultra-personal material, so when Gloeckner began to show her work to local cartoonists -- some of whom were casual acquaintances of her mother -- most weren't shocked by its content. It was her talent that caught their attention.
I want this (warts and all)! Oh and Gloeckner also illustrated for this innerestin' J.G. Ballard book!

Other points of interest:
Conceptual Ek by Matthew Barney (Dad to Bjork's dottir, Isadora).
More on Cremaster the flick here.

Yet another call for submissions

People Power 2: Through the Eyes of the Young.

Anyone who was between 13 and 30 years old from 1999 to 2001 and participated in the mass actions or other forms of protest against the Estrada regime may submit. We welcome articles/essays, poetry, or photos. Please submit contributions to pp2(at)tinig(dot)com.

Since it is encouraged that contributions be written in a witty, fast-paced and light style, the book does not have to be completely serious or too political. Contributions may be written in either English or Filipino.

Articles or essays may be first-hand accounts of the anti-Estrada protests, or analyses of People Power 2 and the role of the youth in it. These must be submitted in Rich Text Format, with font size 12, single-spaced, at least three but no more than seven pages.

Poetry contributions must be in Rich Text Format, with font size 12, not longer than three pages.

Contributions will be accepted until November 29.

hmmmm. Wow. Peter Carey "wrote the critically panned Wim Wenders film Until the End of the World."!!!!!?

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