Merrill Markoe

writer, comedian

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Merrill Markoe's new graphic novel is based on her old diary entries. It explores how she became who she is, and why people choose to remember or forget certain things.

Comedian Merrill Markoe on her new diary-inspired graphic novel and the unreliability of memory

Merrill Markoe's new graphic novel is based on her old diary entries. It explores how she became who she is, and why people choose to remember or forget certain things.

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What’s changed in the comedy industry after #MeToo?

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