You wanna buy some comics or some monsters? Well, dang, here’s links to all my stuff for sale.
Valley of the Silk Sky: The Long Run Part One
Valley of the Silk Sky: The Long Run is a queer YA science fiction adventure comic, serialized on valleyofthesilksky.tumblr.com
. Part One collects the first five chapters of the story.
[NOTE: page count difference for print and digital is due to spacer pages, content is identical.]
Print: 70 pages, full-color. $15.00.
Digital: 62 pages, full-color. $5.99.
QAT Person #2
QAT Person #2 is a 5.5″ x 8.5″ minicomic that includes 14 pages of autobio comics on queer, asexual, and transgender topics. Rated PG for a couple of bad words.
Features “Nothing Wrong With Me” (originally published by The Nib), “Sickness” (originally published by PEN America), and a diary comic about my travels to a trans guy bar in Tokyo.
16 pages, full color and black & white minicomic. $5.00.
QAT Person is a 5.5″ x 8.5″ minicomic that includes 14 pages of full-color autobio comics on queer, asexual, and transgender topics. Rated PG for a couple of bad words.
Features “How I Told My Grandma I’m Transgender” (originally appeared on Fusion.net), “The Transformers” (originally appeared in QU33R), and “On Reflection” (originally appeared in ALPHABET).
“How I Told My Grandma I’m Transgender” received the 2016 Outstanding Transgender Coverage Award from the LGBTQ Journalists Association.
16 pages, full color minicomic. $5.00.
Ugly Little Beast
The Ugly Little Beast tells the story of Trevor, a monster who wants to be a rat-catcher, but who is having difficulty finding a job. This is a cute all-ages comic that is chock full of rat puns. Trevor uses nonbinary they/them pronouns. This minicomic measures 4.25″ x 5.5″.
20 pages, spot color minicomic. $3.00.
Politically InQueerect: Old Ghosts and Other Stories
In this all-new, full-color tale, Todd joins Archer and his mother on a journey to England to help Archer’s grandmother move. Gran is adamant that her old house is haunted, Archer is adamant that it isn’t. Will Archer’s skepticism lead to his peril, or is Gran amusing herself with a huge wind-up?
Includes a selection of choice PiQue strips from the comic’s 14-year run!
48 pages, full color comic book. $5.99.
Digital also available.
Transposes separates gender from sexuality and illustrates six fascinating true stories of transgender men who also happen to be queer. The result is laugh-out-loud funny, heartbreaking, challenging, inventive, informative, and invites the reader to explore what truly makes a man a man.
Includes a foreword by New York Times bestselling author Alison Bechdel (Fun Home, Are You My Mother?).
120 pages, black & white trade paperback. $19.99.
Digital also available.
Featuring over 50 creators, ALPHABET is an anthology celebrating a decade of Prism Comics Queer Press Grant. Proceeds from sales help fund the grant.
The Queer Press Grant helps indie LGBTQIA creators finance print runs of their comics.
Includes work from Dylan Edwards, Ajuan Mance, Melanie Gillman, Scout Tran-Caffee, Rob Kirby, Eric Orner, Tyler Cohen, Ed Luce, Tana Ford, Joe Phillips, Roberta Gregory, Howard Cruse, Justin Hall, Jennifer Camper, Steve MacIsaac, Tara Avery, and many more.
372 pages, hardcover, full color. $39.99.
Queer Heroes Coloring Book
Some of today’s finest LGBTQIAU cartoonists provide illustrations of 40 true life queer heroes and icons. Perfect for the coloring enthusiast!
Includes work from Dylan Edwards, Ajuan Mance, Tyler Cohen, Ed Luce, Scout Tran-Caffee, Roberta Gregory, Justin Hall, Jennifer Camper, Steve MacIsaac, Tara Avery, Sina Sparrow, Emeric Kennard, Will O. Tyler, and many more.
48 pages, black & white. $15.00.
The Beyond Anthology
This queer sci-fi & fantasy comic anthology features 18 stories by 26 incredible contributors, celebrating unquestionably queer characters hailing from across the spectrum of gender and sexuality, front and centre as the heroes of their own stories.
The softcover edition of the Beyond Anthology is 272 pages of black and white comics from a diverse roster of contributors, with stories starring swashbuckling space pirates, legendary dragon slayers, death-defying astronauts, monster queen royalty, and more!
272 pages, black & white. $20.00.
Digital also available.
QU33R is the Ignatz Award-winning anthology, edited by Robert Kirby, published by Northwest Press. It includes brand-new, exclusive comics by a ton of amazing creators, including Howard Cruse, Diane DiMassa, Ed Luce, Eric Orner, Kris Dresen, MariNaomi, Justin Hall, and a ton of other amazing people.
My 5-page story for said anthology is simply titled “The Transformers,” and is about kids who gender-swap their toys.
241 pages, full color. Hardcover, softcover, and digital available. See Northwest Press site for pricing.
No Straight Lines
I have three cartoons reprinted in this anthology from Fantagraphics.
No Straight Lines showcases major names such as Alison Bechdel, Howard Cruse, and Ralf Koenig (one of Europes most popular cartoonists), as well as high-profile, crossover creators who have dabbled in LGBT artooning, like legendary NYC artist David Wojnarowicz and media darling and advice columnist Dan Savage. No Straight Lines also spotlights many talented creators who never made it out of the queer comics ghetto, but produced amazing work that deserves wider attention.
304 pages, black & white and color. $35.00.
Side By Side International Film Festival Comic Book
I have several comics reprinted in this anthology, which is available in either English
. Sales of this book benefit the Side By Side International LGBT Film Festival
From their website: “Side by Side has produced an Anthology of LGBT Comics from around the world. The very first of its kind for Russia! 18 well known authors, including Jennifer Camper (USA), Helene Junecic (Croatia), Ariel Schrag (USA), Tiitu Takalo (Finland) and from Russia Viktoria Lomasko and Lena Hek, have their work presented in the volume. Stories of coming out, first-love, discrimination, gender identity and much more drawn in different comic artistic styles. A limited edition so be quick to purchase your copy!”
I do have some original comic art for sale, but I haven’t really figured out how to go about listing it most effectively. At the moment, if you are consumed by desire to own an original page, please contact me and we’ll figure it out.