I was seven in '75, by Ellen Forney

Ellen Forney is probably most famous for creating the comic strip 'I was seven in '75', chronicling the ins and outs of growing up in a liberal family in the seventies. It ran in Seattle's popular alternative newsweekly, The Stranger. The sequel to this autobiographical comic is called 'Monkeyfood'.

Ellen Forney's website

Last updated: 2007-02-16

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