Picture This

Picture This

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By (author) Lynda Barry

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  • Publisher: Drawn and Quarterly
  • Format: Hardback | 176 pages
  • Dimensions: 218mm x 277mm x 25mm | 998g
  • Publication date: 12 November 2010
  • Publication City/Country: Montreal
  • ISBN 10: 1897299648
  • ISBN 13: 9781897299647
  • Edition statement: New.
  • Illustrations note: Full-Colour Illustrations throughout
  • Sales rank: 111,626

Product description

The creative-drawing companion to the acclaimed and bestselling "What It Is"Lynda Barry single-handedly created a literary genre all her own, the graphic memoir/how-to, otherwise known as the bestselling, the acclaimed, but most important, the adored and the inspirational "What It Is." The R. R. Donnelley and Eisner Award-winning book posed, explored, and answered the question: "Do you wish you could write?" Now with "Picture This," Barry asks: "Do you wish you could draw?" It features the return of Barry's most beloved character, Marlys, and introduces a new one, the Near-sighted Monkey. Like"What It Is," "Picture This "is an inspirational, take-home extension of Barry's traveling, continually sold-out, and sought-after workshop, "Writing the Unthinkable."

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Author information

Lynda Barry has worked as a painter, cartoonist, writer, illustrator, playwright, editor, commentator, and teacher, and found they are very much alike. She lives in Wisconsin.

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Praise for "What It Is" "The collages in legendary cartoonist Lynda Barry's "What It Is "are a bathysphere-like odyssey through the depths of her funky subconscious." "--"ELISSA SCHAPPELL, "Vanity Fair ""Meditations, stories and images float past in a random fashion, segueing between darkness and hope, or adulthood and childhood, the way they might in dreams or memory." "--"CAROL KINO," The New York Times """What It Is "is part diary, part showcase, part manifesto for the power of the imagination. It's bold and beautiful; angry and sad; joyful and loving and nervous." "--"JULIA KELLER, "Chicago Tribune"