Lola was the author's great-grandmother, who was 100 years old when she died in 2010. Even though Lola and the author's ages were almost 80 years apart, their personalities-both driven by a kind of uncontrollable, passionate will-brought the two closer than anyone in their family would have thought possible. Soviet Daughter is a story of these two generations.
Preview of an 8-page book review mini-comic published in the 2017 issue of the Paper Brigade.
When Soviet Jews emigrated to the US, they were often criticized by American Jews for putting up New Year's Trees. It still happens. And needs to stop.
In the midst of the 2012 legal battle over alleged price fixing in the eBook market, Julia was commissioned by Bob Kohn, a lawyer interested in the case, to draw an Amicus Brief.
A semi-autobiographical depiction of the colorful characters that worked at the art theater where Julia worked during summers in college.
A series of comics about the proclivities of the Columbia University campus that were originally published in the Columbia Spectator.