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    Brine, Chuck McKinney, Colleen Coover, Dale Lazarov, Dave Davenport, Donna Barr, Eric Orner, Erika Moen, Henry Kujawa, Justin Hall, Leanne Franson, Paige Braddock, Patrick Fillion, Randall Kirby, Rob Kirby, Steve MacIsaac,

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by: Brine, Chuck McKinney, Colleen Coover, Dale Lazarov, Dave Davenport, Donna Barr, Eric Orner, Erika Moen, Henry Kujawa, Justin Hall, Leanne Franson, Paige Braddock, Patrick Fillion, Randall Kirby, Rob Kirby, Steve MacIsaac

One from the vaults! A 2005 collection of queer erotic comics featuring work from Donna Barr, Paige Braddock, Colleen Coover, Dave Davenport, Patrick Fillion, Justin Hall, Erika Moen, and more!

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Dave Davenport lives in Los Angeles with his dog. His comic book work has appeared in Hard To Swallow Comics, and his own book Feral and the Ghostskater (winner of the Prism Comics Queer Press Grant). Anthologies that have included his work have been Best Erotic Comics, True Porn 2, and Alphabet. Dave is an alumni of the Academy of Arts in San Francsico, recieving a bachelor’s degree in illustration, though he’s mainly only illustrated for the likes of Unzipped, Freshmen, Men, Out, and Instigator magazines (smut, smut, SMUT!). In a past life Dave animated from the video game developers Illusions Gaming Co., and BLAM! In this life, he tattoos under the name of Dogspunk, and the shop name of Marginalized Tattoo. He was a founding member of Bent Comix, and from 2010-2013 was a founder and art director for Bent-Con.

Explore more Dave at dogspunk.com.

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Eric Orner's work has appeared in mainstream, alt weekly and digital publications. A feature film adaptation of his comic strip The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green staring Meredith Baxter, Daniel Letterle, and Shanola Hampton was released in 2006. Eric's story "Weekends Abroad" for the Robert Kirby anthology THREE was included in Houghton Mifflin's Best American Comics 2011. A complete collection of his Ethan Green strips was published by Northwest Press as the 2014 book The Completely Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green. Current work of Eric's is often published on the lit-crit website theRumpus.net.
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Erika Moen is a freelance cartoonist born June 25, 1983 and with her husband, Matthew Nolan, she lives in Portland, Oregon where she is a member of Periscope Studio. Having created comics for well over a decade, she is best known for the comics DAR! and Bucko. More at erikamoen.com.
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Justin Hall is a San Francisco-based cartoonist and educator. He created the comics series True Travel Tales, Glamazonia, and Hard To Swallow (with Dave Davenport), with his work also appearing in such places as the Houghton Mifflin Best American Comics, Best Erotic Comics, QU33R, and the San Francisco Bay Guardian. He is the editor of No Straight Lines: Four Decades of Queer Comics, which won a Lambda Literary Award and received an Eisner Award nomination and is now being adapted into a documentary film. Hall has curated shows of comics art at the S.F. Cartoon Art Museum and the Schwules (Gay) Museum in Berlin, helped create the Artists’ Area at the Folsom Street Fair, and is the co-organizer of the Queers & Comics conference. He has been on the boards of the nonprofits Prism Comics (supporting LGBTQ comics) and Our Books (supporting Cambodian comics), and has done academic writing on comics for the Routledge and Cambridge presses. He is an Assistant Professor of Comics at the California College of the Arts, and a Fulbright Scholar. Find out more at justinhallcomics.com.

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After attempting heterosexuality, and then lesbianism, Leanne Franson settled on bisexuality as the most honest word to reflect her love life. She has been drawing for nearly 50 years now, but started cartooning after being cowed by fine art in 1986 after her BFA. She has been drawing Liliane Bi-Dyke since 1991 in 42 minicomics, 3 trade books, multiple anthologies, and 3 years of daily comics online at liliane.comicgenesis.com. Her illustration work can be seen at leannefranson.com.
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Randall Kirby has self published several comics, including Bop! Comics, Cop Comics and Fortune Favors the Bold! He was an editor and contributor to the online anthology Young Bottoms in Love. His work can currently be seen online at Bopcomics.com.
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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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Steve MacIsaac has been drawing naked men pretty much since he could pick up a pencil. Being somewhat slow on the uptake, he had a hard time figuring out that this tendency might hold some clue to his sexual orientation. He has self-published five issues of his series Shirtlifter.

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One from the vaults! A 2005 collection of queer erotic comics featuring work from Donna Barr, Paige Braddock, Colleen Coover, Dave Davenport, Patrick Fillion, Justin Hall, Erika Moen, and more!

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