Thank you, Rutgers and GWU!

Just got back from a few talks on the east coast (hello, Spring!) The first at Rutgers University Camden was part of a big graphic novels art exhibit, “Compulsive Narratives: The Graphic Novel as Confession and Inspiration,” and the second was part of George Washington University’s “Composing Disability: Diagnosis, Interrupted” symposium, an interesting array of talks on topics including sex and disability, how the DSM is used and misused by lawyers, and the different ways personal stories can be told. I also wandered around on the Mall, and saw an fascinating exhibit about creation and destruction at the Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Art Museum. (Note to self: COME BACK TO DC AND VISIT THE MUSEUMS.)


Signing books at Rutgers U!

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  1. Hi Ellen,

    Sorry to have missed you on your tour of the East. I haven’t seen you in like probably 12 years but would have loved to have been able to make it to the “Compulsive Narratives” gig. Glad you seem to be thriving – shine on you crazy diamond. (I’ll try to pay attention so I can catch you next time you’re over this way or when I’m back in Seattle) All the best…

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