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Cartoonist and Writer Lynda Barry.

Cartoonist and writer Lynda Barry. Barry's comic strip about her childhood, "Ernie Pook's Comeek," is popular in many alternative newsweeklies around the country. She's also written a show based on the comic, called "The Good Times Are Killing Me." It's playing now Off-Broadway. (This interview was recorded this summer before a live audience in Seattle, when Terry visited station KPLU).

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Other segments from the episode on November 28, 1991

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, November 28, 1991: Interview with Lynda Barry; Interview with David Sanborn; Commentary on rock "turkeys."

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