Website: Colleen Coover's LiveJournal
Bio: Colleen Coover is the bisexual creator and artist of Small Favors, a girly porno comic for adults. Small Favors tells the story of two women, Annie and Nibbil, who enthusiastically enjoy sexual romps with each other and with several pretty friends. Colleen's happy, funny comics of love and sex have delighted readers of all genders and orientations! Volume 1 and Volume 2, collecting the first seven issues, have been published by Eros Comix, and issue #8, a fully painted color special, is still available. Konkursbuch has published German language translations of the complete series.
Colleen's current project, with writer Root Nibot, is a comic book mini series for all ages, Banana Sunday. Featuring the timeless themes of teen romance, teen angst, and talking monkeys, Banana Sunday is a lighthearted story of friendship, loyalty, and the challenge of staying awake through a day in high school. The four-issue series is published by Oni Press, with a collected volume scheduled for Spring 2006
Colleen has contributed comic work to Out and the anthologies What Right? and True Porn. She has done illustration and cover design for On Our Backs, Girlfriends, Curve, Kitchen Sink Magazine, Nickelodeon magazine, Buckle Down Publishing, Alyson Books, and Cleis Press.
Colleen lives in Portland, Oregon with her boyfriend and creative partner, Paul Tobin (Root Nibot's alter ego). She has no website, but keeps a blog at LiveJournal.com, and can be contacted by email.
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