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Annie Murphy (born 1978) is a queer comics artist, writer, editor and publisher in Portland, Oregon.

She is an alumnus of the Center for Cartoon Studies, where she completed her Xeric Award[1]-wining graphic novella, I Still Live: Biography of a Spiritualist (2008). Murphy is a founding member and artist of The Tarot Collective, the group that published the celebrated, out-of-print Collective Tarot[2].

Gay Genius Edit

Murphy is the editor of Gay Genius, a queer comics anthology that features artists such as Edie Fake, ET Russian, Adee Roberson, Clio Reese-Sady and Pam Cameron-Snyder. Gay Genius was published by Sparkplug Books, and was nominated for an Ignatz Award in 2011.

Grimoire Comics Edit

Grimoire Comics, Murphy's micro-press, publishes and distributes comics that are queer and esoteric in nature[3]. Symbology: An A to Z of Archetypes and Epiphanies, the press's first release, was written and illustrated by Murphy.

More of Annie Murphy's work can be found in Gay Genius, Eisner Award-nominated anthology No Straight Lines: Four Decades of Queer Comics edited by Justin Hall, and QU33R, edited by Rob Kirby.

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ReferencesEdit

  1. http://www.xericfoundation.org/comicbooks/2008.html
  2. http://www.phantasmaphile.com/2012/06/the-collective-tarot.html
  3. http://grimoirecomics.weebly.com/books.html

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