FAQ

Q: How do I submit to Miss Anthology? 

A: Submit your original, inked comic(s) to Miss Anthology by clicking submit work, reading instructions, and submitting your work and submission form via dropbox.

Q: What if I don’t know how to ink or finish my comic idea?

A: We’ve got you covered! This summer and winter Miss Anthology is offering a series of free workshops taught by professionals, covering everything including: how to write a compelling narrative, character development, inking, scanning and file preparation, and more! Check back for schedule details.

Q: When’s the deadline to submit to the publication?

A: The deadline to submit your materials for the open call for entry for Miss Anthology 2018 is June 1st.

Q: Do you accept all submissions? 

A: We would love to see your work! We do have some requirements all applicants need to meet before allowing your submission. If for some reason you aren’t chosen for the anthology, we’d be happy to give you feedback as to why.

Q: Why only female and genderqueer comic creators? 

A: The comic book industry is and has been saturated with straight white cis males. We feel that young female and genderqueer comic book creators are underrepresented and have a lot to offer the industry. By publishing their work before they graduate from high school, we’re offering an opportunity to learn about the industry and network alongside professionals and peers.

Q: I don’t live in Portland, can I still submit? 

A: If you live in the Pacific Northwest you are eligible to apply!

Q: How can I find out more about Miss Anthology?

A: You can email us here!

Q: When do classes start? 

A: Classes begin in June and later in December we’ll, post more about it soon!

Q: Where can I buy the Miss Anthology book?

A: We’re so happy you’re interested in buying a book! You can purchase our book in these Portland Shops:
Books With Pictures
Excalibur Comics
Floating World Comics
Future Dreams

Or by visiting our etsy shop.

Q: Where does the money go after I buy the book?

A: All of our sales from the book are used to print the next year’s anthology and to bring our artists to comic cons and festivals.