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Liana Finck on her new graphic memoir Passing for Human

Liana Finck is a cartoonist for The New Yorker, but she's also made a name for herself on Instagram where her cartoons explore themes like relationships, gender dynamics and anxiety. Finck talks about how drawing changed her life and why less can be more when it comes to her work.
Liana Finck's new graphic novel is called Passing for Human and it's out now. (Jorge Colombo/Random House)
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You may recognize Liana Finck's cartoons from her work in The New Yorker, but Finck has also made a name for herself on Instagram, where her cartoons explore themes like relationships, gender dynamics, anxiety, politics and the things that weigh us down. Finck joins guest host Saroja Coelho to talk about her new graphic memoir Passing for Human, how drawing changed her life and why less can be more when it comes to her work.

Produced by ​Cora Nijhawan


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