Kensington Graphic Artist To Be Featured At The City’s First Queer Comic Convention This Saturday, June 13

Kensington Graphic Artist To Be Featured At The City’s First Queer Comic Convention This Saturday, June 13
Image via Flame Con
Image via Flame Con

Exciting news! Kensington’s own Jennifer Camper, a cartoonist and graphic artist, will be one of the artists featured at Flame Con, the city’s first queer comic convention at Grand Prospect Hall in Park Slope this Saturday, June 13.

Camper writes on her website that her art “examines life from a perspective that is irreverent, female, queer, and mongrel (Lebanese American). Her work often explores gender, race, class, and politics, as well as sexuality, mermaids and robots.”

Our neighbor has a ton of publications, including her books “Rude Girls” and “Dangerous Women,” and her cartoons and illustrations have appeared in magazines, newspapers, comic books and anthologies, as well as have been exhibited internationally. On top of all that, she’s the editor of two “Juicy Mother” comic anthologies.

For her role in the upcoming queer comic con, Camper landed a shout out from the Brooklyn Paper as one of their “top picks” for the convention.

To find out more about the upcoming comic con, and to purchase tickets, you can go here.

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