Bio: Jennifer Camper is a cartoonist and graphic artist living in Brooklyn, New York. Her art examines gender, race, sexuality and politics, especially from the viewpoint of a Lebanese-American gay woman.
Her books include Rude Girls and Dangerous Women, a collection of her cartoons that mix humor with political commentary, and subGURLZ (Cleis Press), a graphic novel following the adventures of three women living in abandoned subway tunnels. Camper is also the editor of, and a contributor to, Juicy Mother from Soft Skull Press, a comix anthology focusing on the work of women, people of color and queers.
Her comics and illustrations have appeared in magazines, newspapers, comic books and anthologies, and her art has been exhibited in the US and Europe.
RECENT PRISM COMICS FEATURES
NYCC 2014: WOMEN IN QUEER COMICS PANEL
[News, Posted 10/10/14]
New York Comic Con Panel: Prism Comics Presents: Women in Queer Comics
Friday 2:15 - 3:00 PM rm.1A14
If you want a preview, here's a copy of the presentation.
QUEER GEEK REPORT FROM NY COMIC-CON!
[News, Posted 10/13/12]
NEW YORK, NY – Konbon-wa from the Big Apple! Just got back from Day 3 of New York Comic-Con. This convention used to be an oasis of comics fun as compared to the craziness of San Diego Comic-Con, but no more. I don’t know if it’s as big, but it’s definitely has all the crowd-induced frustration that we pay a premium to experience.
But since I can’t control the crowd and can only control my response to it, I just slip into my special place where “Honey Boo Boo” lives and…
EXTRA! GET YOUR GAY AGENDA FOR NEW YORK COMIC-CON!
[News, Posted 10/10/12]
NEW YORK, NY - Prism Comics has unleashed its Gay Agenda for New York Comic-Con 2012!
Come and get your copy during the convention at the Prism Booth #1875 and meet our booth partners Jeff Krell, Sean-Z and Tim Paul with appearances by JD Glass, Erica Friedman, Rica Takashima, Jennifer Camper and more!
If you can't wait, get the Gay Agenda online now by clicking here.
Among the highlights is Prism's panel on Saturday, October 13th, 4-5pm, titled “Gay Marriage in Comics: Revolutionary or a…
FIRST REPORT FROM NYCC 2011!
[News, Posted 10/15/11]
Hey ho, your intrepid Prism flack’s first report from New York Comic-Con 2011. This one’ll be quick because I’m beat! Okay, here’s the convention center:
Here’s the dungeon from hell they shoved me in trying to get in (and I had a badge!). Ten switchbacks, almost an hour in there. I was tweeting for gay marines to come and rescue me!
Here was the Prism Panel from Friday night – XX: Women in Queer Comics! It was packed! And there was a great chemistry here, with JD Glass…
PRISM COMICS MAKES A BIG SPLASH AT NEW YORK COMIC-CON OCTOBER 13-16!
[News, Posted 10/10/11]
New York, NY – Prism Comics, the premier nonprofit supporting LGBT comics, will be "Queer Central" for both creators and fans at New York Comic-Con from October 13-16! Prism's double booth #1058 will host signings with top LGBT comic book creators all weekend. Prism is also proudly hosting the panel, XX: The Women in Queer Comics, moderated by JD Glass and featuring Paige Braddock, Jennifer Camper, Joan Hilty, Abby Denson, Kris Dresen and Erica Friedman.
"We're excited to provide a…
RECENT OFFSITE FEATURES
REVIEW: ‘THREE #2″ EDITED BY ROB KIRBY — LAMBDA LITERARY
[Source: Lambda Literary, Added: 10/24/11]
I welcome the second issue of Three, because it’s edited, and it shows (and it’s not only me applauding; editor Rob Kirby was just awarded the 2011 Queer Press Grant). Actually, Kirby’s...
REVIEW: THREE #2
[Source: Read About Comics, Added: 10/17/11]
One of my favorite anthologies from last year was Three #1, so having a second issue in 2011 was definitely reason to celebrate. After the first issue’s strong debut (and with Eric Orner’s...
EVENINGS OUT: ‘THREE’ TWO IS ONE AMAZING BOOK
[Source: Gay People's Chronicle, Added: 7/30/11]
Review of THREE #2, edited by Robert Kirby.
“HOW I DID IT” PART 2
[Source: RobKirbyComics.com, Added: 4/7/11]
Part two of Rob Kirby's personal account of making queer comics and zines since the early 1990's.
MONTH OF LGBT COMICS: THE BOOK OF BOY TROUBLE, VOLUME 2
[Source: Comics Should Be Good, Added: 3/29/11]
Today we take a look at the all-new, ALL-COLOR collection of the Boy Troubles tories of this gay comic anthology, including work from Robert Kirby, David Kelly (also the editors of the volume), Howard...