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Cartoonist Lynda Barry Will Make You Believe in Yourself

A profile from The New York Times Magazine examines Lynda Barry's career, the impact of her work on others and what influences her approaches in life.

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Nationally recognized cartoonist and author Lynda Barry is intrigued by the ideas and creativity that inspire human expression. A profile by Dan Kois examines Barry’s career, the impact of her work on others and what influences her approaches in life.

Barry is a Discovery Fellow at WID.

 

Read the story via The New York Times Magazine


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