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In 'Good Eggs' Author Copes With Infertility Through Comics12:00
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An image from author/illustrator Phoebe Potts' memoir Good Eggs. (Courtesy of Phoebe Potts)
An image from author/illustrator Phoebe Potts' memoir Good Eggs. (Courtesy of Phoebe Potts)

She went to Smith, she married a nice half-Jewish boy, she worked for the poor, she recycles, she votes, and she eats her greens. So, North Shore author/illustrator Phoebe Potts wonders: "Where's my baby?!"

Click to enlarge (Courtesy of Phoebe Potts)
Click to enlarge (Courtesy of Phoebe Potts)

It used to be that comics were for children or Sunday Globe readers. Now, artist Potts uses illustrations to chronicle her personal struggle with infertility in a frank and funny new graphic novel, "Good Eggs."

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  • Phoebe Potts, author/illustrator, Good Eggs

This segment aired on January 5, 2011.

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