"A spare, sharp memoir about the speed with which a comfortable existence can be blighted by grief.” —Bee Wilson, The Sunday Times (London)
Liana Finck's cartoons appear regularly in The New Yorker and the Awl. Her book is A Bintel Brief. She posts her drawings on Instagram @lianafinck.
“STOP. Go back where you came from.”
“If you look at them, they won’t have power over you anymore.”
For me there is always the question, “Did I offend?”
“Ma’am, there is no need to yell.”
“I’m much happier in other, imaginary worlds.”
I believe in you.
I couldn’t help but hear you call someone an asshole.
When someone likes you and you’re only passing for human, the tricky thing is to find out if they know.
“The entire world is alive.”
“When I told you I wasn’t a city person, I was only telling half the truth.”
What kind of story would you like to write?
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