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A Room of One's Own

by tallychyck
A reaction to Virginia Woolf's 1929 essay A Room of One's Own, about women and fiction.
I am aiming to have the comic done and in print in time for April's Stumptown Comics Fest in Portland, but I will update it here for free in the mean time. :)
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A reaction to Virginia Woolf's 1929 essay A Room of One's Own, about women and fiction.
I am aiming to have the comic done and in print in time for April's Stumptown Comics Fest in Portland, but I will update it here for free in the mean time. :)

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HABE
September 28th, 2010
It's sad that she's using that out-dated excuse to hold herself back.
HABE
September 28th, 2010
Every day.
tallychyck
January 13th, 2010
Thank you so much!

@Ellie I sell this as a minicomic when I go to conventions like Emerald City Comicon in Seattle or the Stumptown Comics Fest in Portland, but I am phasing it out so I only have a few left. Thank you so much for the sweet comment!
Ellie (Guest)
January 13th, 2010
Wow.
Love it! Love it! Where do I get the hardcopy? Just read the real thing for the 1st time(I'm 50 yrs old!)
Sending the link to my daughter; it fits her to a "T". PERFECT!!!!!
VANCECAPLEY
December 28th, 2009
Brillant!
I've really enjoyed what I've read and I hope you keep it up. This is good.
SunshineMoonlight
October 24th, 2009
It's great you made this comic, very good and creative idea.

The book is really strong and true. Young people should read it, and thanks to your comic some of them probably will.
:)
SunshineMoonlight
October 24th, 2009
great metaphore!
SunshineMoonlight
October 24th, 2009
Wonderful page!
SunshineMoonlight
October 24th, 2009
Wow, great choice!
I always thought rooftops could be quite inspiring! :)

loving the last frame!
SunshineMoonlight
October 24th, 2009
In the book I loved that taleless cat thing :)
SunshineMoonlight
October 24th, 2009
I love the last frame.
SunshineMoonlight
October 24th, 2009
Hmm, I don't think writing it's now easyer than it was 80 years ago...You have to dedicate yourself to it, not do it in your free time.
SunshineMoonlight
October 24th, 2009
I don't think equality is possible 'cause men will never belive in it.It's THE HUMAN NATURE. But that's no reason to give up. Women have to prove to themselfs that they're equal, not to men.
SunshineMoonlight
October 24th, 2009
Very good!

You feel great when someone takes you to a place that he loves, but you know that it's not your own place...
SunshineMoonlight
October 24th, 2009
Haha cute page. i love her walking that way, so funny! :D
SunshineMoonlight
October 24th, 2009
The last frame is really beautiful! :)
I love her eyes.
BlackCatz
September 5th, 2009
I have read the book. Quite a few times.

The first time was when I was in university, and was introduced to it in my literature courses.

I've read it several times since, and when you started this comic, I re-read it. It is such a great book, I agree!
eternalbeliever12
August 30th, 2009
wow this comic is awesome, i like your artwork and the storyline is interesting. Ive never read the book though xD
gastave
August 25th, 2009
this was a really beautiful, heartfelt and relatable comic. Thank you for sharing. (:
A lot of it is from the book.