Website: Headless Shakespeare Press
Bio: Xeric-award winner Craig McKenney writes and publishes his work through his Headless Shakespeare Press imprint.
He is currently taking a sabbatical from comics to complete his PhD in Technical Communication and Rhetoric (tentatively to be completed in December 2010), but will return one day soon.
RECENT PRISM COMICS FEATURES
MCKENNEY AND GEARY TO DISPLAY WORK
[News, Posted 5/25/05]
DES MOINES, Wash. — Comic book collaborators Craig McKenney and Rick Geary will display their work in the Highline Community College Library Exhibits and Art Gallery from June 4 to June 30, 2005. The show is free and open to the public.
Writer Craig McKenney and illustrator Rick Geary began working together in 2001, when McKenney served as editor and publisher of “Blanche Goes to Paris,” a comic book Geary wrote and illustrated. The two won a Xeric Foundation grant in 2004 for their…
APE 2005 WRAP-UP
[News, Posted 4/12/05]
To paraphrase a certain Comic Book Guy: "Best… APE… ever." In so many ways.
"We were everywhere" at the Alternative Press Expo this year. I counted about 10 queer exhibitors, and I'm sure I missed some: Eric Shanower and David Maxine (Hungry Tiger Press), Jennifer Camper (Juicy Mother), Justin Hall (True Travel Tales from All Thumbs Press), David Kelly and Robert Kirby (Boy Trouble), Brett Hopkins and Richard Ruane (Two Shy Guys), Sean-Z (Myth), Randall…
PRISM COMICS IS COMING TO SEATTLE!
[News, Posted 1/31/05]
Prism Comics, which advocates for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered creators working in comics, announced today that it will be exhibiting for the first time in Seattle at the Emerald City Comic Con. The convention will be held at the Qwest Field Event Center just south of downtown Seattle on February 5th and 6th.
The organization will have a full table stocked with a wide variety of comics of interest to LGBT fans, as well as copies of their recent resource guide and anthology, Prism…
MEET THE DYKES AND BOYS
[News, Posted 1/28/04]
In preparation for the 2004 Alternative Press Expo (APE), you can join a cornucopia of queer comics creators at Modern Times Books in San Francisco for a celebration of 20 Years of Alison Bechdel's Dykes to Watch Out For and 10 Years of the gay anthology Boy Trouble. The event takes place on Friday, February 20th at 7PM.
Bechdel and Boy Trouble co-editor David Kelly will discuss their works, as well as introduce fellow contributors and friends. A signing will follow the…