Sharon Rudahl

Sharon Rudahl was one of the founders of the great Wimmen’s Comix anthology in the 1970s. It since then, she has a produced a range of fascinating underground comix including Crystal Night, which was reprinted in full in Dan Nadel’s Art In Time Anthology. Recently, Rudahl put together Dangerous Woman: The Graphic Biography of Emma Goldman. Her work will also be featured in a number of upcoming political comic anthologies.

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  2. ren says:

    good interview 🙂

    what’s the song you closed with?

  3. kevinczap says:

    This was a great one. Sharon has such a wonderful personality.

    Ren, I’m nearly positive that’s Jimmy Cliff, “Many Rivers to Cross,” from The Harder They Come.

  4. Paul says:

    The postal strike marked the first and only time I’ve ever supported a piece of HarpCon legislation. The NDP pushed me three days closer to not being able to pay my rent with their filibuster. Freelancers won’t forget that.

  5. Michael says:

    Terrific interview. Sharon’s one of 18 artists in “Graphic Details: Confessional Comics by Jewish Women”, which opens at NYC’s Yeshiva University Museum on September 22, 2011. We’ve got some amazing early work of hers in the show, which I co-curated. Thanks, Inkstuds, for giving Sharon the appreciation she deserves.

  6. Great interview! I just know Sharon chose to start the podcast with Lotte Lenya singing “Pirate Jenny.” That’s so Sharon!

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