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Tiffany Babb: Poet, Cultural Critic, and Diary Comics - Tom Ray's Art Podcast

On this episode of the podcast, I meet Tiffany Babb. Tiffany is a regular contributor to many online publications and writes about the comics and not just that but how the comic stories have cultural relevance. 

Tiffany also just released her first collection of poetry "A LIST OF THINGS I’VE LOST" that was published by Vegetarian Alcoholic Press. Plus Tiffany also makes a diary webcomic called "All About Me".

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Tiffany Babb's website 

https://www.tiffanybabb.com

Tiffany Babb on Instagram

https://www.instagram.com/explodingarrow

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