“It's about time that all of us, like Dana, realized that little girls are onto something.”

Lauren Faust

On the 4th, my thoughts on equality

Because you all wanna know what the unicorn cartoonist lady thinks about that, right? Longtime fans, and people who know me well, and maybe people who have done their research (do people research me?) know that I am not just the chick who does the unicorn comic and the fox comic; I have a history as a political cartoonist, too, though… Read more →

The grand canon

I ought to write something about the “Phoebe and Her Unicorn” canon. For those of you not immersed in nerd culture, “canon” means “things that count as real parts of the story.” I’m enough of a nerd that I think the concept of “canon” is important. It’s important because it’s important to fans, and without fans, none of this is… Read more →

Old men yell at cloud; young(ish) female cartoonist responds

I got this from Laura Tew at the Greensboro News and Record:  I am sure you are accustomed to getting critiqued by mostly male readers of daily newspapers who gripe about Phoebe and Her Unicorn based on reading one strip and expecting Andy Capp or Beetle Bailey. I don’t even read the comics, but I am enraged by these guys who are writing letters to… Read more →