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Jon Macy

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Email: nefarismo@gmail.com
Websites: JonMacy.com, northwestcomics.com/

Bio: Jon's first comic book series was Tropo published in 1990 by Blackbird comics. It was followed by the erotic horror comic series Nefarismo from Eros/Fantagraphics. Since then he has done some long running series in Gay skin magazines such as Steam, Wilde, Bunkhouse and International Leatherman.

His work appeared in the anthologies Gay Comix, Negative Burn, Glamazoniam, Boy Trouble, THREE, and, of course, Meatmen. If you don't blink you will also see his illustrations in the first Fallen Angel by Titan Media.

Jon's graphic novel Teleny and Camille published by Northwest Press, is a 248 page black and white adaptation of the anonymous Victorian novel Teleny attributed to Oscar Wilde and his circle. Teleny and Camille won the 2010 Lambda Literary award for best Gay erotica.

Jon's new series Fearful Hunter is a Gay romance set in a fantasy world of Druids and werewolves. Issue three of four is out now. Fearful Hunter is the recipient of the 2010 Prism Comics Queer Press Grant.

He lives in super funky West Oakland, California.


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KICKSTARTER ALERT: JON MACY'S FEARFUL HUNTER
[News, Posted 4/7/14]
Kickstarter Alert for one of our partners, Northwest Press: For its latest project, they're at 80% with 8 days to go for Jon Macy's "Fearful Hunter - The Complete Epic". Check it out!

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[News, Posted 2/2/14]
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PRISM COMICS ANNOUNCES 2013 QUEER PRESS GRANT RECIPIENT
[News, Posted 10/20/13]
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PRISM COMICS ANNOUNCES DEADLINE FOR QUEER PRESS GRANT SUBMISSION
[News, Posted 7/15/13]
LOS ANGELES, CA - Prism Comics, the leading non-profit organization supporting LGBT comics, graphic novels, comics creators and readers, has announced the deadline for the Prism Comics Queer Press Grant, Prism's annual grant to LGBT comics self-publishers. The deadline for proposals is Tuesday, September 1, 2013. The Award is to be announced at the Alternative Press Expo in San Francisco October 12 – 13, 2013. Did you know that Prism Comics is the only organization in the comics field…

PRISM COMICS CELEBRATES 10 YEARS OF CHAMPIONING LGBT CREATORS, COMICS AND READERS AT SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON 2013! PANELS, 10TH ANNIVERSARY RECEPTION, HEROES VS. VILLAINS DANCE PARTY, AND MORE!
[News, Posted 7/11/13]
SAN DIEGO, CA – At San Diego Comic-Con International 2013, Prism Comics is celebrating its 10th Anniversary with a full roster of panels, creator signings, anniversary reception, and superhero dance party, featuring the best creators working in comics today including Dan Parent, Phil Jimenez, Jane Espenson, Gail Simone, among many others. Comic-Con takes place at the San Diego Convention Center from Wednesday, July 17th through Sunday, June 21st. "Prism Comics was founded in 2003 by a small…


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[Source: Los Angeles Times, Added: 7/15/12]

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[Source: Arnold Zwicky, Added: 1/26/12]
Now playing at the San Francisco Cartoon Art Museum (655 Mission St.), under the auspices of the California College of the Arts, a show (which opened December 17th) on queer comics — a combination...

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[Source: California College of the Arts, Added: 1/26/12]
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[Source: Cartoon Art Museum, Added: 12/22/11]
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[Source: The Comics Journal, Added: 12/10/11]
Recapping Ed Luce's comics creation classes at Isotope, Jon Macy, Justin Hall and others appearing at LitQuake events, and more…

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