Drawing Power: Women's Stories of Sexual Violence, Harassment, and Survival
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About the Author
Diane Noomin is the creator of the comics character DiDi Glitz, editor of the Twisted Sisters anthologies, and was one of the early contributors to Wimmen's Comix. She has been nominated for Harvey and Eisner Awards and received an Inkpot Award. Glitz-2-Go, a collection of Noomin's art throughout her career, was published in 2013. Her work is included in the Library of Congress Print & Photographs collection. She lives in Connecticut.
"Reading these stories together is like hearing a thousand feet stomping in unison or looking at the sea or the earth from far enough away to see its curve. This is a human problem that can neither be denied nor represented through a single story. I feel horrified, sad, tender, and proud, and most of all I want us to do better."
-- "Thi Bui, author of The Best We Could Do and illustrator of A Different Pond"
"This landmark collection, beautifully produced, shines a light on a relentless, unwelcome aspect of women's lives."--Hillary Chute "The New York Times Book Review"
"These creators don't just draw power from the force of the community of fellow artists speaking out, together, in this excellent and powerful volume--they impart it to the reader, who may either be emboldened to tell their own stories or to listen to those who have too often been silenced."-- "Publishers Weekly"
"Comics are a uniquely visceral method means of administering truth, and this big, wide-ranging collection delivers it in spades. Painful subject matter aside, this is a strong, varied anthology, smartly curated, and boasting a truly impressive talent roster..."-- "The Comics Journal"
"Drawing Power is as stunning as it is enraging."-- "The Beat"
"...an anthology that stokes the fires of progressive social upheaval, in the fight for a better, safer world."-- "Autostraddle"
"Here, [Diane Noomin] has managed to bring together her largest collection yet, a high-quality book that joins a growing, vital canon of comics on the topic of sexual violence and harassment..."-- "Women's Review of Books"
"The comics collected in this volume are written by and show culturally, sexually, and gender-diverse women. Give this volume to patrons who want to be aware of the abuses that happen daily in our society, what constitutes as abuse, and that no one is exempt."-- "Booklist"
"Many books have been born from the #MeToo movement, but perhaps none so comprehensively resonant as Drawing Power."-- "BookPage"
"A stunning collection that viscerally highlights the pervasiveness of sexual violence and the multitude of ways survivors process trauma."-- "Library Journal"