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ISBN: 9781943890415

The Big Book of Bisexual Trials and Errors

by: Elizabeth Beier
Rated 4.75 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(7 customer reviews)

Elizabeth Beier chronicles true-life romantic tales as she breaks up with a long-term boyfriend and navigates a brave new world: dating women. Beier tackles the complexities of sexuality and self image with a conversational and immediate art style and stories anyone who’s ever struggled with dating can relate to.

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Elizabeth Beier is an Oakland-based graphic designer, cartoonist, and storyteller. She regularly performs at Bay Area storytelling shows and is a Moth StorySLAM winner. Her comics have earned press from SF Gate and MTV News, and she is a recipient of the 2016 Prism Comics Queer Press Grant.
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Elizabeth Beier chronicles true-life romantic tales as she breaks up with a long-term boyfriend and navigates a brave new world: dating women. Beier tackles the complexities of sexuality and self image with a conversational and immediate art style and stories anyone who’s ever struggled with dating can relate to.

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ISBN: 9781943890415
Publisher: Northwest Press
Publish Date: 2017
Page Count: 216

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Weight 20 oz
Dimensions 8.5 x 11 x .5 in

  1. Comicsverse (verified owner)

    Rated 5 out of 5

    The Big Book of Bisexual Trials and Errors by Elizabeth Beier details an authentic and honest queer experience. It’s not afraid to be frank and intimate with its readers. The artwork clearly comes from a very personal place and lets readers feel right at home in the story.” Read Kelsey McConnell’s review on Comicsverse.

  2. Sequential Tart (verified owner)

    Rated 4 out of 5

    “…wanting to find love, acceptance is truly trial and error, no matter the gender or orientation. I really liked how a good section of this story is about Elizabeth figuring out herself, she always thought she needed to be thin or look a certain in order to be loved. Seeing her on that journey was very powerful to me.” Read Patti Martinson’s review on Sequential Tart.

  3. Comicosity (verified owner)

    “I got a chance to interview Beier on her raw, emotional, and honest book, one that in full honesty spoke to me on a deep and personal level. Anyone exploring new personal or sexual territory will see themselves in Beier’s honest prose and stark artwork.” Read Nadia Shammas’ interview with Elizabeth Beier on Comicosity.

  4. What a Nerd (verified owner)

    Rated 5 out of 5

    “Elizabeth herself sounds like the kind of person I would love to hang around with. This memoir of one section of her life is so honest, you can tell she has reflected onto this a lot. She obviously put a lot of time into this graphic novel since she is both the artist and author. The great part is that even if you yourself are not bisexual, this book is incredibly relate-able.” Read Markie’s review on What a Nerd.

  5. Graphic Policy (verified owner)

    Rated 5 out of 5

    “Overall, a compendium full of heartbreaks, self-discoveries and truly a lesson in learning how to be building one’s self confidence. The stories by Beier are funny, sad, beautiful, and intriguing. The art by Beier could be museum paintings, as each panel seems to be given much care. Altogether, you will feel for Beier’s journey in this memoir, as the journey to “you” has never been told so eloquently.” Read the whole review on Graphic Policy.

  6. Bisexual Books (verified owner)

    “With simple and stark black and white drawings, this graphic novel anthology truly deserves to be on the bookshelf of every bisexual woman who loves queer indies.” Read the whole review on Bisexual Books.

  7. GED: Gay Entertainment Directory (verified owner)

    “Where the story really shines is seeing her come to terms with who she really is in all aspects beyond sexuality—confidence, self-esteem, body image, and talent.” Read the whole review on GED: Gay Entertainment Directory.