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Eve Corbel


Eve Corbel is a writer, illustrator, cartoonist, mom and grandma. Her writing and artwork have been published in numerous anthologies and periodicals, including Geist.

One of the richest collections of unusual zines and artist-made books in the country has recently been installed in its new permanent home: the lowercase reading room, on Main Street in Vancouver. more

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Espadrille, paduka, chopine—Eve Corbel illustrates a guide for readers on some of the fanciest footwear found in literature. more

Dispatches

How did the 99 B-Line bus route come to be the locus of the most heartless transit rides in Greater Vancouver? more

Dispatches

Eve Corbel reviews two short biographic documentaries: Seth's Dominion and I Thought I Told You to Shut Up. more

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Eve Corbel on marriage and what comes after the wedding: the monster mortgage, the dreary housework, the contemptuous in-laws and more. more

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Eve Corbel reviews Lumberjanes, a "smart, cute-in-a-good-way" comic series that follows the supernatural hijinks of five girls at an extraordinary summer camp. more

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The rasp, the spatula and the corkscrew—Eve Corbel's series of obsessive cooks. more

Dispatches

Eve Corbel lays out how likely you are to die by plane crash, shark attack, lightning, flu and other likely and unlikely causes. more

FACT

Eve Corbel marks historic Ouija board milestones and talks to the spirit of a pirate queen and Ringo Starr's great great grandmother. more

FACT

Eve Corbel reviews Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence by Doris Pilkington, in which two girls are taken from their family by Western Australia government officials in 1931. more

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It's human nature to jump to the wrong conclusion–and stick with it. more

Essays

A review of Michel Rabagliati's semi-autobiographical graphic novels, featuring tales of his boyhood in Quebec. more

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A compendium of 90-ish facts & stats to salute Geist 90. more

Comix

A review of Chris Ware's unconventionally packaged book Building Stories, about the residents of an apartment building. more

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For creative people who fear that the muses have deserted us, when in fact they have slipped quietly into the 21st century. more

Comix

An unassuming hooded sweatshirt proves to be more than simple outerwear. Eve Corbel recounts her run-ins with the False Recognition Hoodie. more

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You know that book you just can't be bothered reading? In this comix, Eve Corbel is haunted by her collection of unstarted and unfinished books. more

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Eve Corbel reviews Collier’s Popular Press: 30 Years on the Newsstand. more

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Eve Corbel reviews Pierre Bayard's How to Talk About Books You Haven’t Read, a book on the joys of non-reading. more

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Eve Corbel reviews Paper Trail by Arleen Paré, a blend of memoir, poetry and magic realism in which the unnamed narrator struggles through her last 206 work days as a middle manager in an insidious corporate environment. more

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