Black Lives Matter

Published on November 24th, 2015 | by Tyler Cohen


WEIGHTY WORDS: A Mama Pants Comic by Tyler Cohen

I started writing this piece near Solstice 2014. Finally cartooning and inking the story as 2015 nears its end, I reflect on the facts that the list is longer, the movement has grown and the battles grown louder. This story remains relevant. Not the end.

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About the Author

Tyler Cohen

Tyler Cohen is a cartoonist who uses autobiography and surrealism to explore gender, parenthood, race, and female experience in her book Primahood: Magenta–out now from Stacked Deck Press! Her work has appeared in the Ignatz Award-winning anthology, Qu33r,Alphabet, The Feminist Utopia Project, What’s Your Sign, Girl? and online at MUTHA Magazine. Tyler also illustrated her sister Kerry’s memoir, Girl Trouble, available Oct. 2016, Hawthorne Press.

2 Responses to WEIGHTY WORDS: A Mama Pants Comic by Tyler Cohen

  1. Avatar Ashlee says:

    Very moving, thank you. It’s not much, but I support you and recognize how insane the world is right now- it breaks my heart that your kids are growing up in it. Black lives matter.

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