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“Two bucks. Clik Clak. Personalized poem.” The Miami Poetry Collective’s Poem Depot

Wednesday, August 4th, 2010

In our loftiest literary dreams, all poetry would be written in the great outdoors with an antique typewriter resting atop a small wooden desk. Following composition, the author would read the work aloud with passion and conviction to an eager and captivated audience.
In South Florida, this utopian vision is a reality—but not without a fee! [...]

Nazis, Hippies, and Pornographers

Monday, November 17th, 2008

This week, Graphic Therapy is Feelin’ Groovy with comic memories of Hitler dreams, new-age grade-school make-out dramas, and an early foray into smutmongering. This session offers the most original illustrations yet, bringing a variety of eras to hilarious ink-line life.

What was the date that pushed you over the edge?

Thursday, October 30th, 2008

Session 8 of graphic memoir Graphic Therapy details NASA-man, a blind date so heinous he makes a neurotic Jewess Emily Steinberg want to move to Palin Country and shoot bear.

How does an artist find meaningful (or even tolerable) employment?

Wednesday, October 15th, 2008

Heads up, guys! This Session of Graphic Therapy is all about you. How can a creative person pursue her passion and pay her rent all at once? Busty bosses, sulky secretaries, and the funniest obscenely wealthy folks this side of the Billionaires for Bush (McCain?) populate the newest chapter of Emily Steinberg’s graphic webmoir. [...]

Reading for a Rainy Weekend

Friday, September 26th, 2008

Session Six of Graphic Therapy (also enjoyable on sunny weekends, should you live somewhere there is one) is up, filled with quirky details about wedding hook-ups, party-throwing mice, and godsent porta-potties. Feel free to comment with your own terrible tales of short-lived chivalry…

Cartoon Shrinks for Singles, Couples, or The Whole Gang

Tuesday, September 9th, 2008

Emily Steinberg is back, and her single girl comic Graphic Therapy is kicking Cathy’s ass and stealing Carrie’s clutch. This week she dates a copier salesman with a penchant for Wonderbras, battles a psycho shrink who tries to control her urinary desires, and is seriously shown up in group therapy by Zero Mostel on acid [...]

“Post Traumatic”, A New Next-Door Neighbor Story

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2008

Now that you’ve burned off that Labor Day weekend haze, don’t forget to check out the new installment of Next-Door Neighbor, “Post Traumatic” by Tim Hamilton. It’s a touching anecdote about life, relationships, and cancer. Don’t miss it.

Graphic Therapy: Session 3

Thursday, July 31st, 2008

In Sessions One and Two of Graphic Therapy, artist Emily Steinberg exposed her unique relationship with Peter Pan and fearless rodents. In Session Three: Big Boned People, she addresses ADD, creeping varicosities, Aryan muscled glory, and mobile slaughtering units.

Graphic Therapy: Session 2

Tuesday, July 22nd, 2008

Our newest webcomic, Graphic Therapy: Notes From the Gap Years, is a hit from here to Croatia. Now you can check out Session 2: Is Mundanity Progress?, in which Emily Steinberg tackles Nazis, game shows, Peter Pan, war movies, Brooklyn, cocaine, and fornication at the Louvre.

New Webcomic: “My Name Is Emily and I’m a Recovering Artist.”

Sunday, July 13th, 2008

Emily is 39, single, underemployed, and can’t decide if she’s a dilettante or a genius. We’re pretty sure it’s the latter. Her fearlessly blunt diary of her “gap years” exposes a unique worldview on art, commitment, Nazis, mice, copy-machine salesmen, Judaism, SUVs, and psychoanalysis. Plus, it has funny pictures.

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