Bipolar Survival Guide: Interview With Ellen Forney, Part 1

Bipolar Survival Guide: Interview With Ellen Forney, Part 1

Cartoonist Ellen Forney is the author of the best-selling comic memoir Marbles: Mania, Depression, Michelangelo, and Me . She makes public art, curates exhibitions, and works as an illustrator. She lives in Seattle and teaches at Cornish College of Art. Forney is proof that living well, creating art, and maintaining stability can sustain each other. A stable life can also be an exciting one. This is Part 1 of a two-part interview, about Forney's work, living bipolar, self-care, and the power of comics. Our first question: " Marbles is full of details about your experience being diagnosed as bipolar and living...

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