Leading up to Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington, The Post’s Comic Riffs asked eight great creative minds — including Chapman — what advice they might have for the rising generation of young female artists, storytellers and other creatives in a world that can still present them with unique obstacles. What guidance might they offer gleaned from their own experience?

Eisner Hall of Fame cartoonist and visual educator:

“Always carry a pen and a notebook with you — write down the crazy things you hear people say: the good, the bad, the confusing. If you can draw a picture of them saying it, even better! In other words, start to make comics about your experiences in this world.

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