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Lynda Barry (born Linda Jean Barry, January 2, 1956) is an American cartoonist, author, and teacher. Barry is best known for her weekly comic strip Ernie Pook's Comeek. She garnered attention with her 1988 illustrated novel The Good Times are Killing Me, about an interracial friendship between two young girls, which was adapted into a play. Her second illustrated novel, Cruddy, first appeared in 1999.
The Lynda Barry Experience book. Cartoonist, painter and writer Lynda Barry lets loose a cavalcade of stories about her early childhood in Seattle. Some parts of her story are true, some are made up. Her brothers say she makes up a lot of things, which is true.
Lynda Barry explores the depths of the inner and outer realms of creation and imagination, where play can be serious, monsters have purpose, and not knowing is an answer unto itself. What It Is" is equal parts cartoon memoir, collage album, scrapbook, and Zen roadmap. Written and drawn in a chaotic but riveting style, it offers itself as a guide to creative self-ignition. Reading Barry is an ecstatic experience, and her unique blend of extravagant cartoon and collage serves this y-manual perfectly. This isn’t a craft handbook, but rather an inspirational text: each page will stir something in you, ask you questions about the nature of art and memory and imagination, and you’ll be running to your own work in no time.
Listen to music from Lynda Barry like The Lynda Barry Experience Song, Naked Ladies & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Lynda Barry. Lynda Barry (born January 2, 1956) is an American cartoonist and author. One of the most successful non-mainstream American cartoonists, Barry is perhaps best known for her weekly comic Ernie Pook's Comeek.
The New York Times has described Barry as among this coun-try’s greatest conjoiners of words and images, known for plumbing all kinds of touchy subjects in cartoons, comic strips and novels, both graphic and illustrated. She earned a degree from Evergreen State College during its early experimental period (1974-78), studying with painter and writing teacher, Marilyn Frasca. She created an album-length spoken word collection of stories called The Lynda Barry Experience and was a frequent guest on the Late Show with David Letterman. She adapted her. Barry is not just a storyteller, she’s an evangelist who urges people to pick up a pen-or a brus. nd look at their own lives with fresh, forgiving eyes. San Francisco Chronicle.