SAY HELLO TO OUR LATEST FEATURE: PRISM SPOTLIGHTS!
There is simply a crazy amount of insanely talented LGBTQAI comics creators in this industry, and we have rather ambitious plans to interview each and every one of them over time in our latest feature to the Prism Comics website. First up, Prism’s Queer Press Grant chair Jon Macy talks to two recent QPG recipients: 2013 recipient Hazel Newlevant and this year’s recipient Dave Davenport. Are you an LGBTQAI creator with an exciting new project to discuss? We may want to spotlight you next! Or maybe you have a favorite creator you’re dying to learn more about. Send us a message on our CONTACT PAGE, and give us some details. We look forward to hearing from you!
Interview with SF Zinefest guest of honor, and Alphabet Anthology contributor Ajuan Mance.
The Prism Spotlights continue with Catherine Esguerra — Prism Comics’ 2016 Queer Press Grant co-recipient (along with Elizabeth Beier)! Mini interview by Prism Grant Chair Jon Macy. JON MACY: Congratulations on receiving the Queer Press Grant. I want to know more...
The Prism Spotlights continue with Elizabeth Beier -- Prism Comics' 2016 Queer Press Grant co-recipient (along with Catherine Esguerra)! Mini interview by Prism Grant Chair Jon Macy. JON MACY: First of all please let me congratulate you on receiving the Queer Press...
Continuing the new Prism Spotlight series, Prism Grant Chair Jon Macy talks with Dax Tran-Caffee: JON: Are there any restraints to web comics in content or format, and are print comics really dead? DAX: At the moment I'm getting really knocked around by mobile...
The Prism Spotlight mini-interviews continue with Prism Grant Chair Jon Macy talking with the artist known as Bex, whose work will be seen in the upcoming ALPHABET anthology from Stacked Deck Press.
This year’s recipient of the Prism Comics Queer Press Grant is Dave Davenport. Dave, who is developing his graphic novel Stray Bullet, recounts the adventures of Feral and the Ghost Skater, a werewolf and a spectral skate punk who have strange adventures in the queerer regions of the supernatural.
Hazel Newlevant is a cartoonist who grew up in Portland, Oregon and attended the School of Visual Arts.
She’s the creator and publisher of many comics, including the Xeric Award-winning CiVediamo. She has worked for Top Shelf and Dark Horse Comics, and is the co-lead editor of the digital comics magazine INK.