“My Dog Ivy : A July Diary” — A Pure Distillation Of Everything Gabrielle Bell Does Best


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At this point, Gabrielle Bell’s July diary comics are as tried-and-true a ritual as the bonding process between people and animals — so combining the two really only makes sense, doesn’t it?

That being said, as the asterisk on the cover of My Dog Ivy : A July Diary, her latest single-issue “floppy” from Uncivilized Books, makes clear, the titular golden retriever isn’t hers, but belongs to the Twin Cities couple she’s house-sitting for — whose identities should be easy enough to suss out with my having to say so, I would think. Not that Ivy is the only pet she’s charged to take care of, given that two cats are also “on the scene,” and not that watching after all these animals is the only thing that she has on her plate, given that there’s a garden to be tended, as well.

In any case, Bell’s facility…

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One response to ““My Dog Ivy : A July Diary” — A Pure Distillation Of Everything Gabrielle Bell Does Best

  1. Pingback: Lisa’s Week In Review: 11/25/19 — 12/1/19 | Through the Shattered Lens

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