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Thu Oct 16 17:54:47 2014 UTClccn-n832086350.08Cruddy : an illustrated novel /0.231.00Index to cartoonists and illustrators in The Paper and Cooper Point journal, 1972-June, 1982 /21065991Lynda_Barryn 832086351018644Barry, Lynda Jean 1956-lccn-no2010190605Kawula, Kevinlccn-n2011038960Kirtley, Susan E.1972-lccn-n83311653Lippincott, Charles1939-lccn-n85347650Miller, Frank1957-lccn-n79066060Feldstein, Albert B.lccn-n85267111Mouly, Franc╠žoiselccn-n94043417Mann, Ronprodrtlccn-n85225247Kurtzman, Harveylccn-n83169267Lee, Stan1922-np-kennedy, robertKennedy, RobertBarry, Lynda1956-Graphic novelsComic books, strips, etcFictionCriticism, interpretation, etcDiary fictionHistoryDramaCaricatures and cartoonsInterviewsBiographyUnited StatesComic books, strips, etcGraphic novelsAmerican wit and humor, PictorialBarry, Lynda,Short storiesShort storyCartoonistsNotebooksDrawing--Themes, motivesDiariesWomen cartoonistsFriendshipRace relationsTeenagers--Drug useTeenagers--Suicidal behaviorGirlsAnimalsThemes, motivesGirls in artGirls in literatureComic strip charactersBurns, Charles,Mavrides, PaulO'Neill, Dan,Moscoso, VictorHernandez, JaimeFlenniken, SharyCrumb, RGaines, William MKirby, JackEisner, WillCoe, Sue,Griffith, Bill,Lee, Stan,Feldstein, Albert BKurtzman, HarveyCaricatures and cartoonsMouly, Franc╠žoiseMiller, Frank,ConformityCousinsArsonYouthBrothersDysfunctional familiesBulliesTeenagers--Conduct of lifeBoys--Conduct of lifeSpain--(Cartoonist)1956197919811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199619971998199920002001200220042005200620072008200920102011201220132014792773161741.5973PN6727.B36ocn780600530ocn78060053012757ocn162507000book20080.20Barry, LyndaWhat it isGraphic novels"How do objects summon memories? What do real images feel like? For decades, these types of questions have permeated the pages of Lynda Barry's compositions, with words attracting pictures and conjuring places through a pen that first and foremost keeps on moving. What it is demonstrates a tried-and-true creative method that is playful, powerful, and accessible to anyone with an inquisitive wish to write or to remember. Composed of completely new material, each page of Barry's first Drawn & Quarterly book is a full-color collage that is not only a gentle guide to this process but an invigorating example of exactly what it is: 'The ordinary is extraordinary'"--From publisher description+-+908447243677412ocn018019759book19880.22Barry, LyndaThe good times are killing me : a novelFictionDramaAn anecdotal account of a young black woman growing up in Seattle+-+K05661520667510ocn041118851book19970.08Barry, LyndaCruddy : an illustrated novelFictionDiary fictionA psycho-killer's daughter narrates her gory youth. Disguised as a boy she accompanies her father on his murderous jobs, during which she pretends to be a mute so as not to give away her voice. One of the more memorable tasks is disposing of dead mobsters in a slaughterhouse+-+19247393155612ocn243544497book20100.20Barry, LyndaPicture thisComic books, strips, etcGraphic novelsA series of portraits features a myopic monkey protagonist and the author's most beloved character, Marlys, in a collection that follows her everyday and fantastical routines of preparing food, waiting for the bus, and associating with her elephant-eared imaginary friend+-+39144724364155ocn043096858book20000.23Barry, LyndaThe greatest of Marlys!She's back! This is a Lynda Barry double-tall: the long-awaited collection of the best strips from her syndicated comics. Way back in the mid-1980s, comic illustrator and writer Lynda Barry introduced the character of Marlys Mullen, her crazy groovy teenage sister Maybonne, her sensitive and strange little brother Freddie, a mother like no other, and an array of cousins and friends from the 'hood. This oversized book presents the long strange journey through puberty and life that Marlys and company have experienced. Marlys's universe and galaxy are funny, rude, disturbing, tearful ... in short, very, very Lynda Barry+-+45176152064013ocn225870901book20080.19The best American comics 2008Features excerpts from graphic novels, pamphlet comics, newspapers, magazines, mini-comics, and the Web, from Chris Ware, Seth, Alison Bechdel, and Matt Groening, among others+-+01243436153986ocn036135773book19970.21Barry, LyndaThe Freddie storiesCaricatures and cartoonsComic books, strips, etcGraphic novelsA collection of illustrated stories on Freddie Mullen, a non-conformist teenager surrounded by conforming teens. A look at today's teendom by a cartoonist, author of It's So Magic+-+31566152062772ocn776163678file20120.56Kirtley, Susan ELynda Barry girlhood through the looking glassCriticism, interpretation, etcBest known for her long-running comic strip 'Ernie Pook's Comeek', illustrated fiction, and graphic novels, the art of Lynda Barry has branched out to incorporate plays, paintings, radio commentary, and lectures, her oeuvre blurring the boundaries between fiction and memoir, comics and literary fiction, and fantasy and reality.'Lynda Barry' examines the artist's career and contributions to the field of comic art and beyond, concentrating specifically on Barry's recurring focus on figures of young girls, in a variety of mediums and genres2211ocn751803042book20110.21Barry, LyndaEverythingCollects the first iterations of Ernie Pook's Comeek, includes the author's earliest book, Girls and Boys, and features an introduction by Barry, complete with photographs+-+27051952262144ocn022753588book19900.16Barry, LyndaCome over, come over1991ocn025609182book19920.18Barry, LyndaMy perfect life1401ocn029389032book19940.20Barry, LyndaIt's so magic1203ocn016802079book19870.19Barry, LyndaThe fun house1063ocn014532056book19860.23Barry, LyndaEverything in the world1037ocn008799523book19810.31Barry, LyndaGirls and boysHumor875ocn009946489book19830.27Barry, LyndaBig ideas861ocn863236661book20110.39Charters, AnnThe Story and its writer : an introduction to short fictionInformation: 6th ed. Includes bibliographical references+-+0871407685692ocn714268550book0.23Barry, LyndaEverything! : collected and uncollected comics from around 1978-1982Comic books, strips, etcGraphic novelsThe creator of "Ernie Pook's Comeek" presents a collection of her first strips and includes her earliest books--"Girls and Boys" and "Big Ideas"--in a treasury that explores such themes as bad love, bad hair, and being single+-+2705195226522ocn019032683book19880.25Barry, LyndaDown the street361ocn012309632book19840.84Barry, LyndaNaked ladies, naked ladies, naked ladies : coloring bookCaricatures and cartoons10272ocn049384010book20020.21Barry, LyndaOne hundred demonsComic books, strips, etcGraphic novelsBuddhism teaches that each person must overcome 100 demons in a lifetime. In this collection of 20 comic strips, Lynda Barry wrestles with some of hers in her signature quirky, irrepressible voice. Color illustrations throughout+-+52886152063047ocn050609216visu19880.26Mann, RonComic book confidentialHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyInterviewsCombines historical footage, interviews, animation, and live action to trace the history of comic books from 1933 to 1988. 22 significant comic artists and writers are discussed: Lynda Barry, Charles Burns, Sue Coe, Robert Crumb, Will Eisner, Al Feldstein, Shary Flenniken, William M. Gaines, Bill Griffith, Jaime Hernandez, Jack Kirby, Harvey Kurtzman, Stan Lee, Paul Mavrides, Frank Miller, Victor Moscoro, Francaise Mowly, Dan O'Neill, Harvey Pekar, Gilbert Shelton, Spain, Art Spiegelman2193ocn730054603book20120.56Kirtley, Susan ELynda Barry girlhood through the looking glassCriticism, interpretation, etc"In Lynda Barry: Girlhood through the Looking Glass, author Susan E. Kirtley examines the artist's career and contributions to the field of comic art and beyond. The study specifically concentrates on Barry's recurring focus on figures of young girls, in a variety of mediums and genres. Barry follows the image of the girl through several lenses--from text-based novels to the hybrid blending of text and image in comic art, to art shows and coloring books. In tracing Barry's aesthetic and intellectual development, Kirtley reveals Barry's work to be groundbreaking in its understanding of femininity and feminism."--Publisher's description141ocn489272886book20090.35Barry, LyndaNearsighted Monkey (Petits Livres)Comic books, strips, etc+-+391447243642ocn611371695file0.18Lynda (Jean) Barry : (1956-)Criticism, interpretation, etc21ocn883422866book20110.23Barry, LyndaEverything! : collected and uncollected comics from around 1978-1982Comic books, strips, etcGraphic novelsThe creator of "Ernie Pook's Comeek" presents a collection of her first strips and includes her earliest books--"Girls and Boys" and "Big Ideas"--in a treasury that explores such themes as bad love, bad hair, and being single+-+270519522622ocn317355147visu19910.53Funny ladies a portrait of women cartoonistsHistoryBiographyInterviewsOpening with a visual history of early comic strips created by women from the turn of the century to 1940, this film goes on to analyze the process of creating a comic strip through the work of four renowned women cartoonists, Dale Messick ("Brenda Starr"), Cathy Guisewite ("Cathy"), Nicole Hollander ("Sylvia"), and Lynda Barry ("Ernie Pook's Comeek"). Dale Messick describes her ostracism in the male-dominated world of the comics, the sources of inspiration for the Brenda Starr strip and its widespread popularity due, in part, to the lead character's innovative fashions. Messick is presented at work on an illustrated autobiography entitled Still stripping at 80. Cathy Guisewite's creation "Cathy" is a thinly-disguised alter ego for herself and her insecurities. Nicole Hollander self-syndicates her strip "Sylvia," loosely based on her mother and her amusing friends. "Ernie Pook's comeek" is Lynda Barry's offbeat take on the dreams, tribulations and awakenings of childhood21ocn493930239book20050.47New, JenniferDrawing from life the journal as artTakes readers on a tour into the private worlds of notebook/journal keepers including an architect, a traveler, a film director, an archeologist, a cancer patient, a songwriter, a quiltmaker, a gardener, an artist, a cyclist, and a scientist, to name just a few, illustrating a broad range of styles and techniques that in the end show how each of us can go about documenting our everyday lives+-+109934310611ocn029730626book19821.00Willis, SteveIndex to cartoonists and illustrators in The Paper and Cooper Point journal, 1972-June, 1982Bibliography11ocn556103922mix1.00Lynda Barry 1956- biographical fileBiographyBiographical file may contain one or more of the following: "Biographical Registry" form filled out by the cartoonist including information about education, career history, awards, signature example, and family information; biographical essays or sketches of the cartoonist; articles by or about the cartoonist; examples of the cartoonist's work in the form of clippings or photocopies11ocn028086009rcrd19921.00Barry, LyndaGood times are killing me playwright and director collaboration11ocn062024565book1.00Barry, LyndaCollectionOriginal art arranged chronologically in binders as received from the artist11ocn191988568book20061.00Gerard, ShannonDrawn onward : representing the autobiographical self in the field of comic book production11ocn791794188book20121.00Haegele, KatieThe la-la theoryFascinated by handwriting and mediums through which we communicate, 35-year-old Katie collected people's handwritten stories at her art show and compiled them into this zine. Katie also writes about Lynda Barry and prints quotations11ocn756477487book20111.00LadydrawersUnladylikeThis is a compzine made of minicomics by women. They write about male privilege, "man-splaining" (where men explain things they don't understand to women who do), complaints against the publication Vertigo, and how to make comics more women friendly. There are interviews with Lynda Barry, Alison Bechdel, Gabrielle Bell, and Allison Cole. There are also screen printed posters included that list instances of sexism in comics and the internet, and a turtle-shaped wheel where women give their reasons for using or not using a gender neutral pseudonym when authoring a comic11ocn859090439book20080.20Barry, LyndaWhat it isGraphic novels"How do objects summon memories? What do real images feel like? For decades, these types of questions have permeated the pages of Lynda Barry's compositions, with words attracting pictures and conjuring places through a pen that first and foremost keeps on moving. What it is demonstrates a tried-and-true creative method that is playful, powerful, and accessible to anyone with an inquisitive wish to write or to remember. Composed of completely new material, each page of Barry's first Drawn & Quarterly book is a full-color collage that is not only a gentle guide to this process but an invigorating example of exactly what it is: 'The ordinary is extraordinary'"--From publisher description+-+908447243611ocn681911576rcrd20100.47Barry, LyndaLynda Barry11ocn054619149rcrd19960.21Barry, LyndaThe Lynda Barry experienceThe curious life of cartoonist, painter and writer Lynda Barry, in her own words11ocn213471139visu19911.00The good times are killing meDrama11ocn031054794rcrd19900.47[Lynda Barry ; Johnnetta Cole ; Women in Saudi ArabiaPart 1. Lynda Barry has been a cartoonist for several years--her Ernie Pook's Comeek appears in dozens of newspapers nationwide. In a discussion about life, reporter Mauri Small finds that Barry is just as lively off the page is on. Part 2. Johnnetta Cole is perhaps the best-known women's college president nationwide. Beth Engeler speaks with the president of Atlanta's Spelman College, the only all-women African-American college in the country. Part 3. Women in Saudi Arabia have been officially banned from driving ... as government leaders work to keep traditions in place. But 51% commentator Helen DeFosses believes reform is inevitable for many reasons+-+9084472436+-+9084472436Thu Oct 16 15:21:15 EDT 2014batch27014