Meags Fitzgerald

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Meags Fitzgerald
Meags Fitzgerald - SILQ2018.jpg
Meags Fitzgerald in 2018

Meags Fitzgerald is a Canadian illustrator and cartoonist.[1]


Fitzgerald earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Alberta College of Art and Design in Calgary in 2009 and a certificate in design from NSCAD University in Halifax in 2012. She works mainly as an illustrator, and also does fine art, animation, and theatre, and teaches improvisational theatre.[2]

Fitzgerald published Photobooth: A Biography in 2014, a non-fiction graphic novel detailing her interest in chemical photobooths.[2] The book won the 2015 Doug Wright Spotlight Award.[3] She followed it in 2015 with the autobiographical graphic novel Long Red Hair.[4]

Fitzgerald identifies as queer.[1]



Works cited[edit]

  • Balser, Erin (2015-05-10). "Graphic novels win big at Doug Wright Awards". CBC. Retrieved 2016-07-07.
  • Collins, Sean (2015-10-16). "Review: New comics by Meags Fitzgerald, Bill Griffith and Adrian Tomine". The Globe and Mail. Retrieved 2016-07-07.
  • Nemetz, Andrea (2014-08-13). "Tribute to vanishing instant-photobooths". The Chronicle Herald. Retrieved 2016-07-07.
  • Mey (2015-10-13). "Drawn to Comics: Meags Fitzgerald Explores Bisexuality, Celibacy and Make Believe in "Long Red Hair"". Autostraddle. Retrieved 2016-07-12.

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