by Lisa Rosalie Eisenberg

Postal ballots make it easier for everyone’s voice to be heard, especially now — but the usual forces are are arrayed against voting rights.

Emily Flake turns the mundane stuff of life into dark satire. For The Nib, the Brooklyn-based New Yorker cartoonist has illustrated a series of things you should have accomplished by age 35, highlighted “porn for moms,” and penned a list of silver linings to the fact that climate change dooms us all.

She was interviewed by Sarah Mirk.

How did you get started making comics professionally? Was there a point when you had to take the plunge into making art your career?

I figured out in art school that if I could make my art funny people would be more…

The Nib

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