Marc Maron interviews Allie Brosh from Hyperbole and a Half (previously) about her work, her life, and coping with depression. Interview begins at 23:30. [tw: suicide]
Allie Brosh, author of the widely-adored Hyperbole And A Half web comic, was interviewed by the inimitable Terry Gross on NPR's Fresh Air about her work, her new book, and her well-documented struggles with depression. (previously 1 2 3 4 5 6 8)
In case you didn't know, Allie "Hyperbole and a Half" Brosh has a book coming out. And Salon have evilly published a sneak preview excerpt of it. They also have an interview with Brosh, in which she talks about writing, stand-up comedy and made-up words. Like psssssp. Go read the interview.
The thing about being an unstoppable force is that you can really only enjoy the experience of being one when you have something to bash yourself against. Allie Brosh is in fine form in the latest Hyperbole and a Half, which is oddly appropriate for almost-Halloween. Previously. Previouslier. Previouslierer. Previousliererer.
Hyperbole and a Half is back. After a long hiatus due to depression, which she memorably wrote about in her last strip in October 2011, Allie Brosh has returned to posting.
Adventures in Depression. Allie Brosh is back with a new Hyperbole and a Half post on the topic of her own depression. [more inside]
Dogs don't understand basic concepts like moving: The adventures of simple dog and helper dog. [more inside]
I can't live up to your expectations all of the time. Sometimes I'm going drink six miniature bottles of rum and then draw horses.
Allie Brosh (previously 1 2 3), drunk liveblogs (live drunkblogs?), on internet expectations, being a role model, and burritos as compared to fighter jets.
Allie Brosh explains how to put on a coat. Extremely descriptive step by step process on how to put on a coat, complete with cautionary tips, from Hyperbole and a Half's Allie Brosh.