"Feminist Ink"
Barbie and Mueller
Industry Trailblazer Aptly Chosen as ‘Wildcat Comic Con’ Keynoter

Barbara Slate Week at CBR
Barbara Slate:The ABCs of Graphic Novels in School Library Journal
The Biblio File Interviews Barbara Slate
Barbara Slate: Comics for Girls of All Ages Interview
Barbara Slate: Getting Married and Other Mistakes On the Scene
Students Improve Writing Skills Through Study of Graphic Novels

Chronological List

"Barbie..." by Ron Charlesli. The Washington Post "Book Club", July 21, 2023
"Political Picture Story" by Amy Biancolli. Albany Times-Union, July 25, 2019
"Why Artist Barbara Slate Made A Graphic Novel Edition Of The Mueller Report" by Rachel Kramer Bussel., June 26, 2019
"Indie View: 'Mueller Report Graphic Novel" by John Seven. Comics Beat, June 21, 2019
"Episode 082". Geek to Me Radio podcast, start at 22:15, March 18, 2018
"Moving the Story Forward". Emma Willard Signature, Fall, 2017
"Local graphic novelist to hold worlshop series". Chatham Courier, June 25th, 2015
"Feminist Ink" by John Seven. The Berkshire Eagle, March 29th, 2015
"Outside the lines"
by Jared A. Conti. Showcase, September 25, 2014
"Industry Trailblazer Aptly Chosen as ‘Wildcat Comic Con’ Keynoter
"Pennsylvania College of Technology, PCToday, Feb.28,2014
"Confessions of a Comic Book Guy--Why We Can't Have Nice Things" by Steve Bennett. ICV2, August 28, 2013
"Audio Interview with Barbara Slate" by Nigel Beale. The Biblio File, July, 2013
"A Few Questions With Barbara Slate" by Eden Miller., July 10, 2013

Barbara Slate Week by Brian Cronin. Comic Book Resources, May 2013
"Write Makes Might" by Jessica Provenz. Berkshire Magazine, April, 2013
Mr. Media interviews Barbara Slate (Getting Married and Other Mistakes) Nov. 11, 2012
"Getting Married and Other Mistakes" Review by Melissa. The Feminist Texican, August 7, 2012
"In the Spotlight: Barbara Slate" by Nancy Whelan. On the Scene, June 21, 2012
Barbara Slate visits Red Mill East Greenbush Central School District, May 20, 2012
You Can Do a Graphic Novel – Interview by Melissa Taylor. Imagination Soup, Sept. 2, 2011
"Where Is Your Voice - You Can Do A Graphic Novel by Barbara Slate" Review by Manda. Outnumbered 3 to 1, June 28, 2011
"You Can Do a Graphic Novel by Barbara Slate" Review by Jaime Swartzendruber. Nicest Mom, June 24, 2011
"You can do a graphic novel review" by Hayley. Hanging off the Wire, June 10, 2011
"Class Teaches Kids to Draw Comics" by Melody Baetens. The Detroit News, June 9, 2011
Win a Copy of You Can Do a Graphic Novel" by Johanna Draper Carlson. Comics Worth Reading May 25, 2011
"Book Review - You Can Do a Graphic Novel" Dad of Divas' Reviews, May 9, 2011
"A Work in Progress" The Columbia Paper, December 9, 2010
"Graphic Novel Workshop for Teens in Hillsdale" Rural Intelligence, Nov. 21, 2010
Mr. Media interviews Barbara Slate (You Can Do a Graphic Novel) Aug. 12, 2010
"Running a Webcomic Camp for Kids" Kevins Meandering Mind , June 29, 2010
"BARBARA SLATE: A PODCAST INTERVIEW" by Kevin Hodgson. The Graphic Classroom, April 24, 2010
Writing Graphic Novels: Podcast with Barbara Slate Kevins Meandering Mind , April 12, 2010
" The Comics Issue" by Roy Edroso. The Village Voice, Wednesday, Apr 6 2011
"Barbara Slate:The ABCs of Graphic Novels" by Lauren Barack. School Library Journal, March 17, 2010
"You Can Do a Graphic Novel" by Tony Isabella. Tony's Online Tips, February 9, 2010
"Creative Minds Get Graphic" by Cory Allyn. The Millerton News, December 24, 2009
"Self Taught Artist Draws Inspiration..." by Diana Ladden.The Independent, November 30, 2007
"Young artist creates her own graphic novel..." by Diana Ladden.The Independent, Ocober 16, 2007
"Comics for Girls of all Ages" Interview by Rik Offenberger, Silver Bullet Comics, 2006
"Graphic Novelist Shares Passion with Youth" by Kate Kirschenheiter, Register- Star, March 27, 2006, Front page
"The Art of the Graphic Novel" Update: News from the Claverack Free Library, vol. 12-No.1, Spring/Summer 2006
"Teens offered graphic novel workshops" The Independent, 2006
"Comic Book Author writes 'em both silly and serious" by Bill Fallon, Register-Star Oct. 14, 2002
"For Love of Reading" The Independent, 2002
"Mondo Marvel Comics" Marvel Age 1999
"Stories told from many points of view" by Phyllis Braff, The New York Times, Nov. 1, 1998
"Art Commentary" Contemporary Narrative by Marion Walborg Weiss, Dan's Papers Oct. 30, 1998
"Witty and Wicked" by Rose Slivka, East Hampton Star, 1997
"Interpreting that Deepest of Emotions, Love" by Phyllis Braff, New York Times, March 10, 1996
Art Commentary "Hair Play" by Marion Wolberg Weiss, Dan's Papers, Mar. 29, 1996
"Hairy Happenings in Metropolis" The Sag Harbor Express, March 28, 1996
"ArtBeat" by Renee Dahl, The Independent , July 10, 1996
"Artist's view of Feminine Mystique" by Marion Walborg Weiss, The Southampton Press, 1995
"Comics with a Conscience" by Josh Lawrence, The East Hampton Star Nov. 1995
"Who's Here" by Marion Walborg Weiss, Dan's Papers, Sept. 1, 1995
"Top 20 Tony's Tips" by Tony Isabella, Comic Buyer's Guide, 1995
"Heard around town" The East Hampton Independent, 1995
"Paintings and Comic Books" The Sag Harbor Express, June 8, 1995
"Tooning Pocahontas" by Darren Johnon, The Sag Harbor Express, Aug. 31,1994
"Disney's Beauty and the Beast" Reviews, Comic Buyer's Guide, Sept. 9, 1995
"Spectrum" DER SPIEGEL, Nov. 3, 1994
"HOT SHOTS" by Joan Jedell, Dan's Paper, 1994
"Art Commentary" by Marion Walborg Weiss Dan's Papers Dec. 16, 1994
Forever Barbie by MG Lord, William Morrow and Company, Inc. 1994
"Why Archie" by Marion Walborg Weiss, Dan's Paper, 1994
A Century of Women Cartoonists by Trina Robbins, Kitchen Sink Press,1993
"Book Artists find Haven here" The Sag Harbor Express, 1993
"Tony's Tips Top 40" by Tony Isabella, Comic Buyer's Guide, March 12, 1993
"An interview with the staff of Barbie Comics" by Marsha McLaughlin, Barbie Bazaar, 1993
"New Directions" by Phyllis Braff, New York Times, Aug. 9, 1992
"The Queen of Comics" by Brett Gering, Upper Westside Resident, June 29, 1992
"Art World as others see it" by Rose Slivka, East Hampton Star, Aug. 6,1992
"Hot Sheet" by Jerry A. Novack , Marvel Age, Dec. 1992
"Barbie Comic Review" by Pamela Robin Brandt, Ms. Magazine July/August 1991
"CSN PREVIEWS & REVIEWS" Sweet XVI by Cliff Biggers & Brett Brooks Comic Shop News, Feb. 27,1991
"Barbie and Barbie Fashion" Comic Buyer's Guide May 10, 1991
"Official results of Forbie Awards" Marvel Age, 1991
"Barbara Slate's Roamin Into Roman Times for New Mini Series" by Kim B. Pearson, Comic Shop News, 1991
"Son of Yuppies from Hell" Reviews Comic Buyer's Guide, Sept. 1990
"Introducing Yuppies from Hell" Comic Buyer's Guide Oct. 27, 1989
"Yuppies break into comic books via pen of former city woman" by Joan Arnold, Patriot News, Dec. 17, 1989
"If you hate Yuppies, then you must buy Yuppies from Hell" by Renee Witterstaetter Marvel Age 1989
"Preview Yuppies from Hell" Comic Buyer's GuideNov. 3, 1989
"The House, the Pool, and the Grill" Cosmopolitan magazine Nov. 1989
"Son of Yuppies from Hell" Reviews Comic Buyer's Guide 1988
"Names in Lights" by Diana Maychick, New York Post, May 13, 1986
"Top Ten Recommended Comics" Time Out, Sept. 17-24 1986
"Angel Love" Comics Buyer's Guide, April 18, 1986
"Girls just wanna" by Cheryl A. Latuner, Los Angeles Times, 1986
"New Angel Love gives comic book twist to real life situations" by Len Strazewski, Advertising Age, June 1986
"Career Corner" Cosmopolitan Magazine Sept. 1983
Cartoonist Profiles, June 1983
"Americans find the right words in greeting cards" by Constance Y. Bramson, Patriot News, June 21, 1983
"Barbara Slate and her favorite working woman, Ms. Liz" Working Woman, 1983
"New Woman Analyst" New Woman Magazine, Dec. 1982
"Ms. Liz star and Barbara Slate shines" by John O'Connell, Journal Star Peoria, Dec. 11, 1982
"Office fights-don't get mad, get even" by Linda Lee Small, Self magazine 1982
"Whimsey drips from Ms. Liz creator's pen" by Vandy Brewer, Metro-East Journal
"Greeting card heroine speaks mind on just about everything" by Jim Nichols, New York Daily News
"Sassy and Sweet- Her greeting cards ring up $" by Nancy Yoshihara, Los Angeles Times, 1977
"Move over Charlie Brown" by Ann Ferrigan, Citizen, Jan. 26, 1977
"Her sassy greeting card character" Playgirl, July 1977
"Cards are funny and forceful" by Pauline Wessa, Citizen Journal Dec. 20, 1976


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