A COMIC ABOUT BECOMING A MOM

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ABOUT

Rebecca Roher is a Canadian illustrator, cartoonist and educator. Her illustration and comics work can be found in publications such as The Nib, Maple Key Comics, Seven Days, The Dominion, and GUTS. She is currently based in White River Junction, Vermont at the Centre for Cartoon Studies. Find more of her work at www.rebeccaroher.com.

 

“Mom Body” is from our MOMS Issue (spring 2015) 

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