List of Xeric grant winners

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Cartoonists (and their work) awarded a grant from the Xeric Foundation, allowing them to self-publish their comics. The awards are broken down by year and grant cycle (March and September). In addition, recent years' awards list the total amount awarded during the respective grant cycle.[1]

Winners[edit]

1992[edit]

September

1993[edit]

March
September

1994[edit]

March
September

1995[edit]

March
September

1996[edit]

March
September

1997[edit]

March
September

1998[edit]

March
September

1999[edit]

March
September

2000[edit]

March
September

2001[edit]

March
September

2002[edit]

March
September

2003[edit]

March
September

2004[edit]

March ($24,889)
September ($27,765)

2005[edit]

March ($29,270)
September ($28,191)

2006[edit]

March ($21,406)
  • Gregory Corso for And How
  • Toc Fetch for Kids of Lower Utopia, vol. 6, no. 1 "Of Softdoor Scout Finnagain and Daffodil Dash Eleven"
  • Joshua Hagler for The Boy Who Made Silence
  • Aron Nels Steinke for Big Plans
  • James Vining for First in Spacebook was chosen for publication by Oni Press just before Vining received Xeric acceptance letter. Therefore, Vining declined the grant money, but is still considered a Xeric winner.[4]
  • Joel White for Bronzeville
September ($27,598)

2007[edit]

March ($24,501)
September ($26,548)

2008[edit]

May ($51,494)
November ($25,031)

2009[edit]

May ($22,002)


November ($32,042)

2010[edit]

May ($32,761)


November ($31,158)

2011[edit]

May ($29,000)


November ()[10]

2012[edit]

July ($74,510)[11]

References[edit]

Endnotes[edit]