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Eric Orner

Email: eric_orner@ethangreen.com
Websites: www.ethangreen.com, St. Martin's Press, www.stonewallinn.com, www.planetout.com

Bio: Eric Orner is an artist living in Los Angeles. He writes and draws a weekly comic strip called The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green, which appears in gay and alternative weekly publications in the US and Canada. There are Four Ethan Green books are in print, all from St. Martin's Press: The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green, Ethan Exposed: Further Adventures From Ethan Green's Unfabulous Social Life, The Ethan Green Chronicles, and The Seven Deadly Sins Of Love: The Still Unfabulous Social Life Of Ethan Green.

Eric is the cover artist for the irreverant and opinionated Rum and Reggae Press travel guide books. He illustrated Patrick Price's popluar book Husband Hunting Made Easy in 1997. Eric's illustrations appear regularly in mainstream publications including the Washington Post, the Boston Globe and The New Republic.

Over the past two years Eric has been learning to animate at the UCLA animation workshop. He is currently working on a new animated televison show for Discovery Kids.


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Boston Globe
Ethan Exposed: Further Adventures From Ethan Green's Unfabulous Social Life
Husband Hunting Made Easy
The Ethan Green Chronicles
The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green
The New Republic
The Seven Deadly Sins Of Love: The Still Unfabulous Social Life Of Ethan Green
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