In a tiny letter to their friends and associates, Sage Coffey presents a list of things they wish it were OK to do. Fart in public! Laugh at their own jokes! Fall asleep on public transit! As the comic continues, Sage’s desires move from whimsical and universal to serious and personal.
If It Were Socially Acceptable is a bittersweet eruption of nervous laughter to which we can relate. We all wish we could be more open and honest about our true nature, our obsessions and our hang-ups. Sage uncorks what’s all bottled up, and shares it with gusto!
“Coffey’s illustrations are incredibly endearing.”
-Alenka Figa, Women Write About Comics [Full Review]