I am an illustrator, situated in Brighton on the south coast of England, and with a special interest in comics and graphic memoir. I also work for a non-profit which encourages people to be active in democracy and to exercise rights such as the right to information through FOIA.
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14 thoughts on “Ladies of the Lakes, the end”
Nice story with a big message. Thanks for the read!
Thank *you* for reading!
Excellent post. It’s disgraceful what this Government are doing with respect to lots of things but their attacks on the disabled and disadvantaged is probably the worst of all. Your story really illustrates this (in both senses of the word 😉)
Thank you – I’m really glad that message comes across (and lol at your double meaning). I think it’s really important that the personal stories get told so that everyone can understand it in concrete terms.
What a brilliant series, I’ve looked forward to each instalment! I’ve great admiration for you both … and you’ve inspired me to pick up my pencil and put my own middle-aged-woman woes into drawings. Thank you.
Great, that’s the perfect result!
A huge, huge thank you for doing this wonderful series and sharing it so generously. It’s been really resonant for me because I have ME which has greatly reduced my ability to work, and back in the day 30 years ago when I first got ill I didn’t dare even tell friends and family what was wrong because there was such a stigma attached to it – let alone ever being able to claim any kind of disability benefit. These new assessments are so appalling, and you’ve done a tremendous thing drawing attention to it in a way people will really understand, and to what life is like for Anna. And I’ve enjoyed the comic SO much! Thanks again…..
Thank you, this comment really means a lot to me. That’s exactly why I drew it, and if you can enjoy it at the same time then so much the better!
Really enjoyed reading about your journey. I almost felt like I was along for the ride with you two! Ciao, Cristina
Thank you for reading. We could have done with someone else being along for the ride…!
Dear Myf, would just like to say a big ‘THANK YOU!” I have throughly enjoyed reading about you and Anna and your Kendal adventures. You have such talent in telling a story with both beautiful pictures and eloquent words. Am going to be a bit lost now without my daily fix! Best wishes to both you and Anna xxx
Well thank *you*! Its comments like this that make it worth doing :)
Wonderful story and such a terrific ending: hats off to ‘Anna’ and all like her who do their best with the cards they’ve been dealt and shouldn’t be penalised for doing so!
Thank you – and I’ll certainly pass that on to ‘Anna’.
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