An intensely personal webcomic, Graphic Therapy is the illustrated diary of an ordinary neurotic, anxiety-laden artist. Not many years ago, Emily Steinberg found herself single, unemployed, creatively blocked, and living in Philadelphia amidst noisy neighbors and fearless mice. With words, pictures, and the advice of Vic the Shrink, Steinberg finds her way–and shares her worldview with a candor and humor that could only be hers.
Read more about the origins of Graphic Therapy here: Background Therapy: The story behind the Gap Year comics
About SMITH Magazine
SMITH Magazine is a home for storytelling, with a focus on personal narrative. Whether a professional or unpublished writer, we believe everyone has a story, and everyone should have a place to tell it.
Other Webcomics at SMITH
- A.D.: New Orleans After the Deluge: A true story told in 12 parts about six different people — Leo & Michelle, Denise, Hamid, Kevin, and the Doctor—who escape and survive Hurricane Katrina.
- Shooting War: The year is 2011, the global war on terror is raging out of control, and videoblogger Jimmy Burns is transformed into an overnight media sensation.
- Next-Door Neighbor: Our new webcomic collects stunning, true stories of neighbors from some of today’s most talented artists.