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Creating Feminist Comics
Alternative Title
Tits and Clits";&quot
OC Public Libraries
Gilliom, Jon
Zach, Alicia
Avalos, Alexander
Alonso, Victoria
Farmer, Joyce, 1938-
Date Created and/or Issued
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Noted American cartoonist, Joyce Farmer discusses the creation and legacy of her (in collaboration with co-creater Lyn Chevli) notorious feminist underground comic book, "Tits and Clits" in 1970s Laguna Beach
Recorded in Laguna Beach, California
California Preservation Service (CAPS)
moving image
Underground comic books, strips, etc
Farmer, Joyce, 1938-
Time Period
Laguna Beach (Calif.)
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