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Ellen Lindner

Ellen Lindner

A member of Brooklyn's Hypothetical Island cartooning studio, Ellen Lindner has created stories for a wide range of anthologies, agencies and publications. Her current web series, "The Black Feather Falls," a mystery set in 1920s London, appears weekly on Act-i-Vate. The first two print collections are available now from Soaring Penguin Press. Ellen is also the editor of The Strumpet, a transatlantic collection of cartooning by ladies. For more of her work, check out littlewhitebird.com or her Etsy.

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Ellen Lindner

Ellen Lindner

A member of Brooklyn's Hypothetical Island cartooning studio, Ellen Lindner has created stories for a wide range of anthologies, agencies and publications. Her current web series, "The Black Feather Falls," a mystery set in 1920s London, appears weekly on Act-i-Vate. The first two print collections are available now from Soaring Penguin Press. Ellen is also the editor of The Strumpet, a transatlantic collection of cartooning by ladies. For more of her work, check out littlewhitebird.com or her Etsy.

Other articles by this author

2014.5.6.Ladydrawers.thumb

Ladydrawers: Out of the Factories Part Two

By Anne Elizabeth Moore, Ellen Lindner and Melissa Gira Grant, Truthout | Graphic Journalism

2014 0407ld cat

Ladydrawers: Thin Line Between Garment and Sex "Trades"

By Anne Elizabeth Moore, Ellen Lindner and Melissa Gira Grant, Truthout | Graphic Journalism

2014 0310ld cat

It's the Money, Honey

By Anne Elizabeth Moore and Ellen Lindner, Truthout | Graphic Journalism