A redirection to my comics newsletter

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This is the beginning of a comic that I shared on my newsletter. Come by to read the rest (and subscribe to receive upcoming installments!).

My newsletter, Drawing Links, is where I have been publishing most stories lately.


Hello and welcome to the latest Spiralbound newsletter! We had some great stories this past week, each of which was challenging to format for this newsletter! I apologize. But, they are all great, and they look even better on the site… just saying. See if anything catches your eye!

Ongoing Race Conversations With My Son, by Dekera Greene Rodriguez

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Hello, and welcome to the Spiralbound newsletter! Greetings from chilly Brooklyn, where it’s finally starting to feel like February. Here are the stories we ran recently; take a look and see if anything catches your eye!

Monster, by Dasha Tolstikova

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Hello, and welcome to the latest Spiralbound newsletter! This is where we link to the stories we ran recently (we also do a similar thing on Instagram). Happy February. I stayed out late last night doing karaoke for the first time in years, and it was so fun. I sang “You Can Call Me Al” as a solo and “Take It to the Limit” as a duet, in case anyone is curious. Probably the highlight of the night was when my friend Alex sang “Levon” after about 45 drinks. Anyway, I hope everyone else’s month is also off to a good start. …


Hello and welcome to the latest Spiralbound newsletter! This is where we link to the stories we ran recently. I also have another newsletter to hawk today. It’s called Drawing Links, and I started it last month after quitting my day job. It’s a personal newsletter in which I share comics about my life a few times a week, plus a roundup of weekly links. It’s still changing forms, but I’d love to know what you think.

Okay, onto the stories. They are especially excellent, if you ask me. …


Happy new year, and welcome to the Spiralbound newsletter! This is where we link to the stories we’ve run recently. There have been three since our last newsletter, and I’m biased, but I happen to think they’re especially strange and wonderful — see what you think! Maybe you will hate them.

Time Release, by Ali Shapiro

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Hello, and welcome to the Spiralbound newsletter! This is where we run excerpts from the stories we’ve published recently, in hopes that you will click through, enjoy, clap, share, become transformed, elevate, transcend. We’ve had a spiritual and family-oriented past couple weeks — see if anything catches your eye!

Rita Marie Meets the Virgin Mary, by Rita Sapunor

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Hello, and welcome to the latest Spiralbound newsletter! We’re officially halfway through December now, and the end of the decade is upon us. It feels like I’m suddenly very deep in winter mode, here in Brooklyn, and like it’s always been winter, too. This time around on the newsletter, we’re catching up on three great stories, one of which is a sort of visual anti-winter balm. See what you think.

Sick, by Ioana Dragnef

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Hello, Happy December, and welcome to the latest Spiralbound newsletter! I hope everyone has had a good Thanksgiving week. I visited a friend in Chicago, which was really nice. I also enjoyed her French press coffee routine, which I am now turning over in my mind as a thing I could adopt in 2020. Coffee routines, like life, are always changing?? Anyway, we had some great stories recently; see if any catch your eye! (And, as always — never changing — we are also on Instagram if you’d like to follow along there.)

Life as a Genius, by Dasha Tolstikova

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“I go to work at a cafe. I feel important and…


Hello, and welcome to the latest Spiralbound newsletter. This is where we link to stories we ran recently, and sometimes to other great comics like this one about love from new Spiralbound contributor Nathan Gelgud (also featured below). This time around we had stories about eye twitches, foot fetishes, and moody dark fiction. See what you think.

The Dark Magic of Fleur Jaeggy, by Nathan Gelgud

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Edith Zimmerman

Spiralbound editor. Formerly at The Hairpin. Also now making a newsletter: https://drawinglinks.substack.com

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