Liz Baillie

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'''Liz Baillie''' is a [[comic book]] artist and [[zinester]] from [[New York]]. Baillie writes the independent comic, [[My Brain Hurts]].
'''Liz Baillie''' is a [[comic book]] artist and [[zinester]] from [[New York]]. Baillie writes the independent comic, [[My Brain Hurts]].
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In 2002, Baillie graduated with a BFA in cartooning from the School of Visual arts [http://www.sva.edu/].
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In 2002, Baillie graduated with a BFA in cartooning from the School of Visual arts [http://www.sva.edu/].  Baillie was one of the zinesters who participated in the [[Bluestockings Zine Reading Extravaganza]] on March 25, 2007, where she read from My Brain Hurts.
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Liz Baillie
Liz Baillie

Liz Baillie is a comic book artist and zinester from New York. Baillie writes the independent comic, My Brain Hurts.

In 2002, Baillie graduated with a BFA in cartooning from the School of Visual arts [1]. Baillie was one of the zinesters who participated in the Bluestockings Zine Reading Extravaganza on March 25, 2007, where she read from My Brain Hurts.

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