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Read Jennifer Camper’s Ramadan

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Above is from Jennifer Camper’s Juicy Mother, a superlative anthology.  Courtesy of Jennifer Camper.  Copyright Jennifer Camper.

Read Ramadan in Juicy Mother. Buy  Juicy Mother here.

Visit Jennifer Camper’s website here.


Jennifer Camper is a cartoonist and graphic artist living in Brooklyn, New York. saturdaysnatch.jpg

Her art examines life from a perspective that is irreverent, female, queer, and mongrel (Lebanese American). Her work often explores gender, race, class, and politics, as well as sexuality, mermaids, and robots. She’s also a teacher, a cartoon editor, and the creator of the Queers & Comics Conference.

Her books include Rude Girls and Dangerous Women, a collection of her cartoons, and subGURLZ, a graphic novella following the adventures of three women living in abandoned subway tunnels. She also edited two Juicy Mother comics anthologies. Her cartoons and illustrations have appeared in numerous publications, and have been exhibited internationally.

Cartoon Editor 
Women’s Review of Books 2006 – present
Editor  Queer Pin-Ups a card deck featuring art by 54 cartoonists. Northwest Press, 2015

Juicy Mother 2: How They Met, editor and contributor, Manic D Press, 2007
(Lambda Literary Award Finalist)
A comix anthology.
Juicy Mother 1: Celebration, editor and contributor, Soft Skull Press, 2005
Lambda Literary Award Finalist)
A comix anthology.

subGURLZ, Cleis Press, 1999
(Lambda Literary Award Finalist)
The adventures of three twisted women living in abandoned subway tunnels.

Rude Girls and Dangerous Women, Laugh Lines Press, 1994
A collection of Camper cartoons.

Ms. Magazine, The Advocate, Out, Bitch, Mizna, Barra (Lebanon), Women’s Review of Books, The World, Girlfriends, QW, Curve, On Our Backs, Outweek, Bad Attitude, Sorority, Girl Jock, The Nose, Hysteria, etc.
Qu33r, No Straight Lines, The Letter Q, The Great Women Cartoonists, Three, Glamazonia, Dead High Yearbook, Dyke Strippers, Boy Trouble, Gay Comix Anthology, A Century of Women Cartoonists, From Girls to Grrrlz, Women’s Glib, Women’s Glibber, Silverleaf Anthology of Women’s Humor, Lesbian Culture, Here Come the Brides, What Is this Thing Called Sex?, Ex-Lover Weird Shit, Sexual Harassment: Women Speak Out, etc.
The Village Voice, Funny Times, Sojourner, LGNY (NYC), Lesbian News (L.A.), Philadelphia Gay News, Bay Times (S.F.), Nightlines (Chicago), The Washington Blade (D.C.), Gay Community News (Boston), Southern Voice (Atlanta), Lavender (Mpls.), Perspective (Alaska), In Step (Milwaukee), Twist (Seattle), Gay & Lesbian Times (San Diego), Our Own (Virginia), etc.
comic books
Three, Gay Comix, Wimmin’s Comix, World War 3, Young Lust, Real Girl, Strip AIDS USA, Cease Fire, Choices, Dykes Delight (UK), BubbleGun (Czech), etc.
selected exhibitions
Solo Shows
2013    Words and Pictures,  AMP Gallery, Provincetown, MA
2012    COMIX, AMP Gallery, Provincetown, MA
Group Shows
2015    WonderWomen, Katherine E. Nash Gallery, Mpls, MN
2015    Busts AMP Gallery, Provincetown, MA
2010    Fi Taharrok: Jouzourona wa Mostaqbalona, Högkvarteret, Stockholm, Sweden
2010    World War 3 Illustrated, The Soho Gallery for Digital Art, NYC
2009    Comics Worlds and the World of Comics, Kyoto Manga Museum, Kyoto, Japan
2006    No Straight Lines: Queer Culture and the Comics, Cartoon Art Museum, SF, CA
2005    Wear Me Out, ONE National Gay and Lesbian Archives, Los Angeles, CA
2003    Ladyfest, Manchester, England
2000    Picturing the Modern Amazon, The New Museum, NYC
1999    Women Cartoonists, Bluestockings, NYC
1994    Bad Girls, The New Museum, NYC
1994    Festival International de le Ban Dessinée, Sierre, Switzerland
1992    San Francisco Cartoon Art Museum, San Francisco
1992    Triplex Gallery, NYC
1991    The New School of Social Research, NYC
1995    Queer Cartoons, A Different Light, NYC
1990    The Cartoon Show, Lesbian & Gay Community Center, NYC
Classes, Lectures, Workshops
School of Visual Arts, New York University, Laguardia High School TEDx Talk, Queens Museum of Art, Moore College of Art and Design, Rutgers University, Fine Arts Work Center, Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance, Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art, Al-Noor School, AWAAM, Asian American Arts Alliance, Brooklyn Public Library, Hetrick-Martin Institute, etc.
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