Thank you all for your amazing support! We are FULLY FUNDED for the 2018 anthology, and are already at work on putting together the book! Keep checking back for updates and announcements about the collection and release!
Didn’t get a chance to support our Kickstarter? You’ll still be able to purchase copies of our 2018 anthology in our online store. We’ll announce when copies are available!
The Kickstarter for the physical volume of Miss Anthology 2018 is up and running! And as of Monday the 9th, it’s been selected as a Project We Love by the fundraising platform!
Check it out, watch our video, learn about the thank-you gifts available, and get updates all right here.
Please donate what you can, and pass the link along via social media, email, carrier pigeon, whatever is available to you.
This is our big yearly fundraiser that allows us to publish the work of amazing female and LGBTQIA+ teens of all experience levels. Please help support us, and through us, them! We can’t do it without you.
(Special thanks to Books with Pictures for letting us film our video in their space, and to Rubén Garcia Marufo for his directorial expertise in filming our video.)
That’s right, you can sign up now for one or ALL of our fabulous summer lineup of FREE comics workshops!
All female, genderqueer, and LGBTQIA+ teens from the Pacific Northwest are welcome!
Never made comics before? Great! We encourage students from all experience and ability levels. Come improve your existing skills, or learn something new!
Head HERE to learn more and fill out our confidential online registration form.
Our call for comics in the Miss Anthology 2018 comics another is open! For more detailed information on how to submit go here.
Miss Anthology 2017 is a comics anthology featuring the work of 15 female and genderqueer comic creators, writers, and academics from the Pacific Northwest region. The book is divided into four sections including: work from 13-18 year old comic creators, free workshops offered, work from instructors, and essays from the founding members of Miss Anthology.
You can purchase our book by clicking the “shop” button at the top of the page.
Miss Anthology’s mission is to support racially and economically diverse female and genderqueer youth by teaching professional skills through hands-on workshops, and publishing their work in print and online. By introducing these young artists and writers to the comics and the art industries before they graduate, they will gain a firm understanding and head start on their careers, as well as an established network of peers within this otherwise white, cis male-dominated field.
Miss Anthology is supported in part by a C3:Initiative project residency, the Precipice Fund, the Andy Warhol Foundation, and Calligram Foundation.