In “Unterzakhn,” Leela Corman described the inexplicable cruelty of the world very sweetly and simply and perceptively, and with lightness.
Cartoonist Liana Finck recalls her first memory: being thrown in the air by a house guest.
In need of Jewish ancestors? Liana Finck has some for you — just cut out and display!
A wild carrot. A shadow. An author. A surreal journey. Liana Finck’s latest comic takes you into her world. And then, far beyond it.
The definitive ten best from the world of unusual creatures by Liana Finck — with apologies to Edward Gorey.
Seen enough books about Jewish hipsters? About Israel? Intermarriage? Artist Liana Finck spoofs some of the more hackneyed titles in the Jewish book world.
Liana Finck asks a very intimate question: What were your childhood beliefs? The answers are enlightening.
As children, we all have different thoughts of what God might look like. Graphic artist Liana Finck found almost no two people have the same image in their mind’s eye.
Liana Finck visited Mmuseumm, which occupies an abandoned elevator shaft in Manhattan’s Chinatown. Her comic shows it as a place that seems heavenly — until you get too close.
Matt Freedman’s harrowing and hilarious ‘Relatively Indolent But Relentless’ is totally unlike traditional memoirs. So is Liana Finck’s graphic review of it.