Chris Ware and Marjane Satrapi in conversation

Last week graphic novelists Marjane Satrapi and Chris Ware spoke with the New Yorker Art’s Editor Françoise Mouly at the Skirball Center for the Performing Arts as part of the the three-day festival of New French Writing. They tackled big topics like storytelling and autobiography. via

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  1. Chris Ware and Marjane Satrapi in conversation

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