Three Comics by E.A. Bethea

E. A. Bethea is a New Orleans-born artist and poet who lives by the beach in Far Rockaway, New York City.  A creator of comic zines for twenty years, her work has appeared in No Tokens, Diner Journal, Randy, Smoke Signal, and several other publications. She is the author of Book of Daze, a collection of new and selected comics and drawings (Domino Books, 2017).

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