In 1988 I was in communication with Julie Doucet, who even in this early period was obviously a very talented artist. Doucet would later break out with her Dirty Plotte zine with its extraordinary drawings and intimate subject matter. During our postal exchanges Doucet sent me this accordion which is made up of two of her early strips taped together in the middle to create this one long work. These two stories reflect both her irreverent and feminist view of the world combined not only with a startling honesty but also a bravery in tackling a variety of difficult subjects in both her drawings and comics.
8 pages at 4" x 2 3/4" and open 22".