The Day She Met Dad, and Other Memories I Store for My Mother

“Labor Date, 1958,” a comic by G. H. Yamauchi

The Day She Met Dad, and Other Memories I Store for My Mother

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“Labor Date, 1958” by G. H. Yamauchi

G. H. Yamauchi has had work published in the Tipton Poetry Review. Labor Date is her first published comic. She has an AB in studio art from Brown, an MFA in writing from the New School, and received a NYFA Fellowship for Non-Fiction Literature. Some of her drawings and photos can be found on her website, www.subwaycommute.com.

About the Author

G. H. Yamauchi has had work published in the Tipton Poetry Review. Labor Date is her first published comic. She has an AB in studio art from Brown, an MFA in writing from the New School, and received a NYFA Fellowship for Non-Fiction Literature. Some of her drawings and photos can be found on her website, www.subwaycommute.com.

“Labor Date, 1958” is published here by permission of the author, G. H. Yamauchi. Copyright © G. H. Yamauchi 2018. All rights reserved.

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