Food Porn Anthology - Lady-created Erotic Comics - Anthology showcasing a diverse selection of original, lady-created, sex-positive, queer -friendly Erotic Comics -

Only 5000 left until the project is funded! @w@ And only 9 days left! Hurry and order your copy while you still can <3

Worst Idea is a queer urban fantasy comic about a group of 20-something year old mystery teens in a college town full of magic and monsters.

Click here to read chapter 5 page 45

Start at the beginning of chapter 5 (warning: the first couple of pages have a gross open wound on them)

or start at the beginning of the comic.

If you like my work consider Supporting the comic on Patreon or buying something from the store.

I’m also taking commissions right now!

Come see me in Boston, NYC, and Philly on my Don’t Queer Yr Day Job Tour!

May 2nd I’ll be reading at Big Blue Marble Book Store (551 Carpenter Ln, Philadelphia) at 7 PM with Khristina Acosta (photo 1), Joyce Hatton (photo 2), and Princess Harmony Aviance (photo 3).

May 4th at Makeshift Boston (549 Columbus Ave) at 7 PM with Diana Mai (not pictured) and Neha Ray (photo 4)

May 7th and 8th at the Queers and Comics Conference

May 9th at Bluestockings (172 Allen Street, NYC) at 7 PM with Joyce Hatton, Suzy X (photo 5) and Elizabeth Marie Rivera (photo 6)


Some of you might have noticed I dropped off the face of the earth for a while.  That’s because I was ploughing full steam ahead on this! 

TRANSMAJICKA is the story of Henrigne, a mage who was born a Warlock, but identifies as a Witch.  Owing to the rigid gender roles of their magical community, Henrigne must overcome many an obstacle and prejudice as they embark on a journey to find themself, accept themself and ultimately transition into the mage they are meant to be.  

This is a story (and character!) which is very dear to me for so many reasons.  It’s a very personal project as well, and I hope the self-exploration involved can help others like it did for me :)

The comic is 36 pages from cover to cover in luscious colour (I love my markers! ;_;).  Also included is some jaw-dropping gorgeous guest art by rainygay and cryptovolans!  

The comic is now available as a digital download in my store! Check it out by clicking any of the images or HERE!

Enjoy :)

Update: I posted this based on the the creator’s intent to show how they, personally, feel that they are equally attracted to people of all genders/races/identities/etc. (i.e. non-physical traits) This image, taken in context, had nothing to do with the artist pretending that race, ethnicity, etc. are not important parts of a person’s identity, since the artist states personality is important to them, and clearly all of these factors contribute to one’s personality. Essentially, the artist was trying to say they approach people with equal warmth/acceptance and they must get to know someone’s personality, to some extent before feeling attraction. Sorry for not explicitly stating this originally. 


Beyond - the queer sci-fi/fantasy comic anthology - is now LIVE on Kickstarter!

Featuring 18 stories from 26 creators, Beyond is a 250 page, black and white, queer comic anthology, full of swashbuckling space pirates, dragon slayers, monster royalty, and death-defying astronauts.  Each story celebrates and showcases unquestionably queer characters as they have adventures, mix magic, explore the galaxy, and save the day.  

The project is now funding! Help support the Beyond Anthology on Kickstarter!

People have been cool enough to recommend Q-Jo, and I would be remiss if I didn’t pose some similar recommendations:

What’s Normal Anyway?—A classic in trans comics; trans man coming-of-age story; includes French lesbians and a cat named Dr. Skateboard

Rooster Tails Autobio comic featuring a trans man living la vie bohème with his partner; strikes the perfect balance between cute and cathartic; Bert and Ernie in New Zealand 

Manic Pixie Nightmare Girls— A trans woman’s autobio comic; super snarky and clever; I am in love with the style!


Transgirl Next Door— Cute one-shots from a trans woman’s everyday life; wins the Consistently Coherent and Hilarious Despite Having a Multi-Day Update Schedule Award

Eth’s Skin—Mystical, mythical tale set in British Columbia. Non-binary characters and selkies. Sweet baby seals. Have you seriously not clicked this yet

Go Get A Roomie— (Occasionally NSFW; non-graphic sexytimes and boobs) Queer hippies in love; there is a bar and a Viking bartender with axes. Also cats

GQutie— Genderqueer shenanigans! (* quietly covets outfits and gradient skills*)

Girls With Slingshots— Talking cacti; queer ladies; positive portrayals of open relationships; disgruntled writer-type protagonist: A+

Also, Cucumber Quest just introduced a trans lady character and I am beyond excited to see where her legend is going.

Thanks for reading!


Limp Wrist

Thanks for all the interest and for waiting patiently after I posted the preview of this a little while back. Here’s the whole thing.

This comic contains bullying and transmisogyny and is not a romp in the park. But I hope you like it.

((Written by Scout Wolfcave, adapted and drawn by Penina))

Thanks for reading this. You can get a print copy of the black and white version online or at SPACE, CAKE, or SPX

Hey! You should be reading Computer Love!

Computer Love is a comic about young queer people living in Antarctica in the year 2088 written and drawn by a trans woman (me!)~ It’s a blend of slice of life and scifi, focussing on interpersonal relationships and romance with themes around the way technology affects the way people connect with eachother. If you like non traditional and non heteronormative stories about friendship and love CL is for you!

Help support trans comic creators!


Queer books out in June 2014. Know any others?

[image description: ten book covers, including Prime: Poetry and Conversation by Darrel Alejandro Holnes, Saeed Jones, Rickey Laurentiis, Phillip B. Williams, and L. Lamar Wilson, I’ve Got a Time Bomb by Sybil Lamb, Lies My Girlfriend Told Me by Julie Anne Peters, Pissing in a River by Lorrie Sprecher, Out In The Union: A Labor History of Queer America by Miriam Frank, 100 Crushes by Elisha Lim, Settler Common Sense: Queerness and Everday Colonialism in the American Renaissance by Mark Rifkin, My Best Friend, Maybe by Caela Carter, Desire at Dawn by Fiona Zedde, and The Todd Glass Situation by Todd Glass with Jonathan Grotenstein.]

Some like girls. Some like boys. Some are into sci-fi. Others prefer comedy. All are very into comics. The following artists and creatives identify as queer, among other labels, like, for example, comic, illustrator, storyteller and write…

Check out this awesome list of queer comic creators that was posted today on Huffington Post.  It features 18 incredible names, and 11 of them (eleven!!) are featured contributors to Beyond!

You can see some full-page preview of some Beyond Anthology comics in the article (and if you want to support Beyond we still have three weeks left in our Kickstarter campaign! )