Liz Prince

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Liz Prince
Born 1981
Boston, Massachusetts[1]
Nationality United States
Area(s) Cartoonist, Writer, Artist
Notable works
Will You Still Love Me If I Wet the Bed?
Awards Ignatz award

http://www.lizprincepower.com

Liz Prince (born 1981[1]) is an American comics creator, noted for her sketchbook-style autobiographical comics. Her first book, Will You Still Love Me If I Wet the Bed? won an Ignatz award for Outstanding Debut in 2005.[2] In 2014 she released Alone Forever, a collection of autobiographical short comics centered on dating and relationships.[3] She has also published or contributed to several zines, minicomics, and anthologies. Her graphic memoir, Tomboy, received a starred review from Kirkus.[4]

Bibliography[edit]

Graphic novels[edit]

Minis[edit]

  • Comic/Cumulus (Self published, 2001)
  • WYSLM mini (Self published, 2004)
  • Delayed Replays (Self published, 2005)
  • Delayed Replays Vol. 2 (Self published, 2006)
  • I Was A Teenage Comic Nerd (Self published, 2008)
  • Delayed Replays Vol. 3 (Self published, 2009)
  • I Swallowed The Key To My <3 #1 (Self published, 2010)
  • I Swallowed The Key To My <3 #2 (Self published, 2010)
  • I Swallowed The Key To My <3 #3 (Self published, 2012)

Anthologies[edit]

  • Rag Tag antho (2000-2004)
  • Papercuts Machine (2003)
  • True Porn 2 (Alternative Comics, 2005)
  • Hey 4-Eyes! #2 (2006)
  • Papercutter #2 (Tugboat Press, 2006)
  • VICE Magazine Comics Issue (2006)
  • Project:Romantic (Adhouse Books, October 2006)
  • You Ain't No Dancer vol. 2 (New Reliable Press, October 2006)
  • Elfworld vol. 1 (Family Style Press, October 2006)
  • Foursquares (Selfpublished with Maris Wicks, Joe Quinones, and Tim Finn, October 2008)
  • Papercutter #5 (Tugboat Press, 2008)
  • I Saw You… Comics Inspired by Real-Life Missed Connections (Three Rivers Press, February 2009)
  • So This Is What It’s Come To… a comic zine about the trials and tribulations of Ok Cupid
  • Papercutter #16 (Tugboat Press, 2011)
  • Razorcake #67 (2012)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b http://lizprincepower.com/?page_id=3
  2. ^ "2005 Ignatz Award Recipients". SPXPO.com. Retrieved 26 February 2014. 
  3. ^ Clark, Noelene (12 February 2014). "Valentine’s Day: ‘Alone Forever’ comic finds humor in heartbreak". LA Times. Retrieved 26 February 2014. 
  4. ^ "Tomboy". Kirkus. July 16, 2014. Retrieved August 16, 2014. 

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