Meags Fitzgerald in 2018
Meags Fitzgerald is a Canadian illustrator and cartoonist.
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.
Fitzgerald published Photobooth: A Biography in 2014, a non-fiction graphic novel detailing her interest in chemical photobooths. The book won the 2015 Doug Wright Spotlight Award. She followed it in 2015 with the autobiographical graphic novel Long Red Hair.
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- 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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