It’s probably not just infertility, but lots of other health problems that are facing this issue. Most of us wouldn’t have been born, or at least wouldn’t be alive now, if we and our parents had had to rely on good genes for survival.
For instance, I could not have been born without the invention of the double-headed microscope. (A microscope that two scientists can look in at once. My parents met over one. In med school. Very nerdily romantic.)
Then again, I’m not sure both Abby and Norma aren’t full of crap here. The conversations in my head that get turned into comics aren’t always between the most logical parts of my brain.
Don’t forget the Abby and Norma poster campaign, and the kaleidoscopically geometrically spectacular thing you could be hanging on your wall– if you seize your chance now!
Become a backer at app.net and get your own poster, plus loads of other cool stuff like books, stickers, t-shirts and even a chance to add your own idea to the poster design!
“I do NOT know where this dream came from… except that I’m writing a short story in which a young lady experiences a sort of identity crisis, wondering who or what she truly is… and the Superman character is mentioned a couple of times in passing. And it’s also the time of the month when my brain produces the craziest dreams.”
There’s a new blog post at Erikahammerschmidt.com! Scream Dream: Repost. Superman and his weird self-love… in my subconscious.
Just another reminder: this is the month of SpringCon!! Save the date!
Springcon: a local comic book festival at the State Fairgrounds in Saint Paul, on the weekend of Saturday May 17th and Sunday May 18th.
More info in this older blog post
Jewelry, Abby and Norma merchandise, and various self-published books will be for sale!