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    Rob Kirby, Carrie McNinch, Diane DiMassa, Ed Luce, Ellen Forney, Howard Cruse, Ivan Velez, Jr., Janelle Hessig, Jennifer Camper, Joan Hilty, Marian Runk, MariNaomi, Matt Runkle, Michael Fahy,

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Three #3

by: Rob Kirby, Carrie McNinch, Diane DiMassa, Ed Luce, Ellen Forney, Howard Cruse, Ivan Velez, Jr., Janelle Hessig, Jennifer Camper, Joan Hilty, Marian Runk, MariNaomi, Matt Runkle, Michael Fahy,

Three #3, published with the aid of the Prism Comics Queer Press Grant, brings you all-new queer comics goodness, starting off with an 8 page Wuvable Oaf tie-in story by Ed Luce; “Fly Like an Eagle,” from Carrie McNinch, which tells of her stoner-teen high school years back in 1979 Los Angeles; and “Oh No!” a crazy, very funny all-star comics jam instigated by Jen Camper, featuring Jen, Ivan Velez, Jr., Howard Cruse, Diane DiMassa, Ellen Forney, Joan Hilty, and editor Robert Kirby.

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Minneapolitan Robert Kirby has been drawing and publishing comics since 1990. His self-syndicated comic strip “Curbside” (1991-2008) was collected in two books: Curbside, published with the Xeric Grant in 1998, and Curbside Boys (2002, Cleis Press). His queerboy comics zine anthology Boy Trouble debuted in 1994 and there were two book collections from Green Candy Press: The Book of Boy Trouble (2006) and The Book of Boy Trouble Volume 2: Born to Trouble (2008). The first issue of Robert’s new all-color queer comics anthology THREE debuted in 2010 and was nominated for an Ignatz award for Outstanding Anthology or Collection. In 2011 Robert published a second issue and he was announced as the 2011 recipient of the Prism Queer Press Grant for THREE. The third issue was published to more acclaim in June 2012. All 3 issues of THREE were chosen for the SPX Collection at the Library of Congress. In January 2014, Rob’s series THREE mutated into QU33R, a big 33-person collection of all new, all color comics, published by Northwest Press. It won the 2014 Ignatz Award for Outstanding Anthology or Collection. Rob’s writing, interviews and reviews have appeared online for Maximum Rock N Roll, Panel Patter, and Rain Taxi, and continue regularly at The Comics Journal. He is currently a guest editor for the Illustrated PEN series. His latest books are published by Ninth Art Press: What’s Your Sign, Girl? Cartoonists Talk About Their Sun Signs (2015) and The Shirley Jackson Project: Comics Inspired By Her Life and Work (2016). Find out more at robkirbycomics.com.
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Carrie McNinch used to draw a comic called The Assassin and The Whiner. Now she can't stop drawing daily diary comics for You Don't Get There From Here. She lives in Los Angeles with her two gray cats. Author illustration by Eric Shonborn.
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Diane DiMassa says: “I am best known for the 90's cult classic Hothead Paisan: Homicidal Lesbian Terrorist comics. I probably wouldn't have contributed to QU33R if Kirby hadn'tve caught me at exactly the right moment. But I'm really glad he did.”
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Ed Luce is the San Francisco-based creator of Wuvable Oaf, an Ignatz nominated series of comics and ever-expanding line of shirts, posters, records and other merchandise. Oaf has made appearances in Maximum RockNRollBear MagazineFUR: The Love of Hair (Bruno Gmunder) and No Straight Lines: Four Decades of Queer Comics (Fantagraphics) and Henry & Glenn Forever & Ever. Find out more at wuvableoaf.com.
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Ellen Forney is the author of NYT bestseller Marbles: Mania, Depression, Michelangelo, and Me, and collaborated with Sherman Alexie on the National Book Award-winning novel, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian. She is the 2012 Genius Award recipient in Literature from Seattle’s The Stranger, and teaches comics at Cornish College of the Arts. More at ellenforney.com.
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Howard Cruse, the founding editor of Gay Comix, is the author of The Complete Wendel, From Headrack to Claude, The Other Sides of Howard Cruse, and the award-winning graphic novel Stuck Rubber Baby. Visitors to Howard Cruse Central (howardcruse.com) are welcome.
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Ivan Velez, Jr. is a Xeric Grant-winning cartoonist. His work includes Tales of the Closet, Blood Syndicate and Static for Milestone Comics, including Ghost Rider for Marvel Comics, and stuff at DC Comics, Flinch for Vertigo, and Powerpuff Girls for DC Comics. He also edited Dead High Yearbook for Dutton Books, earning an award from the American Library Association. Contact him at planetbronx.com.
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Jennifer Camper’s books include Rude Girls and Dangerous Women and subGURZ, and she is the editor of the two Juicy Mother comix anthologies. Her cartoons and illustrations have appeared in many magazines, newspapers, and comic books. She has no comment on that incident in the basement with the twin chorus girls. Find out more at jennifercamper.com.
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Marian Runk is a Texan born, Chicago-based, Ignatz-nominated cartoonist who loves birds, cats, and country music. Her pastimes include singing the blues, walking her fluffy grey cat on a leash, and watching birds along the shore of Lake Michigan. You can find her projects at marianrunk.com.
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MariNaomi is the award-winning author of the graphic memoir Kiss & Tell: A Romantic Resume, Ages 0 to 22 (Harper Perennial, 2011). Her next book, Turning Japanese, was published by 2D Cloud. Read online comics and more at marinaomi.com.
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Michael Fahy’s drawings have appeared in zines and comic books (most notably Boy Trouble) since the early 90's. See more work or contact him at unclegrumpy.tumblr.com.
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Three #3, published with the aid of the Prism Comics Queer Press Grant, brings you all-new queer comics goodness, starting off with an 8 page Wuvable Oaf tie-in story by Ed Luce; “Fly Like an Eagle,” from Carrie McNinch, which tells of her stoner-teen high school years back in 1979 Los Angeles; and “Oh No!” a crazy, very funny all-star comics jam instigated by Jen Camper, featuring Jen, Ivan Velez, Jr., Howard Cruse, Diane DiMassa, Ellen Forney, Joan Hilty, and editor Robert Kirby.

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Publisher: Northwest Press
Publish Date: 2012
Page Count: 37

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