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In 2010, Guisewite wrapped up “Cathy,” wanting, she explains, to focus energy and time on her parents and her daughter and herself — all of whom were growing older. “I grew up reading and loving her,” Guisewite says. ”Just as Erma Bombeck’s essays graced many a refrigerator door, so too did “Cathy” comic strips.“After I quit the strip, so much started changing in my adult life,” Guisewite explains.
This year, though, her book, “Fifty Things That Aren’t My Fault: Essays from the Grown-Up Years” will be published on April 2 by G. “I dealt with it by writing it down — and honestly, I always wrote the strip before I drew it.
From the creator of the iconic "Cathy" comic strip comes her first collection of funny, wise, poignant, and incredibly honest essays about being a woman in what she lovingly calls "the panini generation."As the creator of "Cathy," Cathy Guisewite found her way into the hearts of readers more than forty years ago, and has been there ever since.
I also create custom cartoons for clients such as Dove and Simon & Schuster.I found the comic hysterical in the 80s, but it lost most of it's juice by the late 90s because Guisewite stopped making Cathy so man crazy.I loved when she dated the older guy...[quote] So this is is?See full summary » The 78-minute documentary both questions and examines the many unspoken myths of a woman's core sexuality -- her vulva.These deep-seated beliefs directly affect female sexual self-esteem.