2018 PRISM Award Nominations for the Best in LGBTQAI+ Comics

The 2018 PRISM Award nominees have been posted. The awards “recognize, promote and celebrate diversity and excellence in the field of queer comics.”

The winners will be announced at the Prism Awards panel at Comic-Con International in San Diego on July 21.

Short Form Comics

Webcomics

Small To Midsize Press Comics and Graphic Novels

Mainstream Comics and Graphic Novels

Anthologies

Judges

  • AJ Real (Advanced Death Saves edited by Josh Trujillo) – @darkshifter
  • Ajuan Mance (Gender Studies; Alphabet; We’re Still Here) – http://8-rock.com/  @8_rock
  • Brian Andersen (Stripling Warrior; So Super Duper; The Advocate) – www.sosuperduper.com, @superbrian
  • e jackson (Flux; Drawing a Dialogue podcast) – @ehetja
  • Gillian Pascasio (The Kiss of the Demoness) – @7CLUBS
  • Gina Biggs (Love Not Found) – @ginabiggs
  • Hari Conner (Finding Home) – hari-illustration.com  @haridraws
  • Heidi MacDonald (The Beat, The News Blog of Comics Culture) – http://www.comicsbeat.com/  @comixace
  • H-P Lehkonen (Life Outside the Circle) – webtoons.com. @hplehkonen
  • Jack Baur (Librarian, Berkeley Public Library) – inthelibrarywithacomicbook.org  @kcorstel
  • Mey Valdivia Rude (Autostraddle) – @meyrude
  • Rob McMonigal (Panel Patter) – www.panelpatter.com  @rob_mcmonigal
  • Scout Tran-Caffee (Villainette; Falling Sky) – xo.villainette.com
  • Sfé R. Monster (Beyond: The Queer Sci-Fi & Fantasy Comic Anthology, Vols. 1 and 2; webcomic Eths’ Skin) –  sfemonster.com  @sfemonster
  • William O. Tyler (WoT’s Cinephilia) –  @williamotyler

The Prism Awards organizing team is Ted Abenheim, Nina Taylor Kester and Maia Kobabe.

[Thanks to Cate Eldridge for the story.]

One thought on “2018 PRISM Award Nominations for the Best in LGBTQAI+ Comics

  1. OMG things I like – nominated for awards! Congrats to Tamara Go (“Can of Beans”) and Blue Delliquanti (“O Human Star”) who do excellent work; “O Human Star” is one of my faves. BTW both of those comics are SFal.

    Also, that’s cool -two of the judges (Gina Biggs & Sfé Monster) do/have done web comics I love, too.

    Time to check out all the other nominees to see if there’s anything else here I like. 😀 “Contact High” looks good from the artwork and SF story; I’m buying it. I’ve started reading “Superpose” online, though the artwork is a little too dark sometimes to read the text or tell what’s going on.

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