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Eyes Too Dry: A Graphic Memoir about Heavy Feelings
Chipkin, Alice and Jessica Tavassoli
Five Mile Press / Softcover / 2018-10-01 / 1760680036
Graphic Memoirs and Novels
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Meet Tava, a 24-year-old medical student in a deep depression. Alice, her friend and housemate, is trying to figure out how to support her. Time unravels, leaving both women bewildered at the emotional landscapes that have opened before them. Eyes Too Dry started out as a series of private conversations between the authors by way of a comic-in-correspondence. Their decision to make this work public was fueled by their struggle to find stories and artwork that spoke to their experiences of encountering depression, suicidal ideation, and emotional weight. In a world that tells us to "keep calm and carry on," they are offering a narrative that is vulnerable, honest, and uncertain. They hope to add new ways to talk about, visualize and relate to these complex emotions.

Alice Chipkin and Jessica Tavassoli are two queer women living in Melbourne, Australia. Chipkin's roots are in education, writing, and photography, and Tavassoli's are in drawing and medicine.

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