“I never planned to cartoon professionally… I just kind of fell into it. I was working at Glamour and drew a card for the editor-in-chief to congratulate her on the birth of her daughter. She then asked me to pitch her some cartoon ideas. That led to my graphic memoir, and later, graphic profiles for New York Magazine and The Wall Street Journal”
It’s hard to believe the phenomenal The Impostor’s Daughter is Laurie Sandell‘s debut graphic novel. Don’t miss this interview with her in Jewesses with Attitude, the latest in a series on Graphic Details artists.