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Comic-Con 2010: Queer Press Grant Roundup, Part 2

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Uploaded on Aug 25, 2010

Visit http://prismcomics.org/grant for more information about Prism Comics' Queer Press Grant.

Prism Comics, the nonprofit organization promoting LGBT comics, creators, and fans, started an annual Queer Press Grant in 2005 to help queer cartoonists self-publish their comics. Five years and many thousands of dollars later, the QPG has helped out an impressive lineup of some of the best upcoming LGBT cartoonists and remains one of the only grants available for comics creators today. Prism kicks off the submission process for the 2010 Queer Press Grant at Comic-Con. Moderator Roger Klorese (Prism Comic's Publications Chair) and past recipients Justin Hall (Glamazonia the Uncanny Super Tranny), Ed Luce (Wuvable Oaf) and Steve MacIsaac (Shirtlifter) discuss applying for the grant, what they've been up to since winning it, and what's next for both their comics and the grant in 2010.

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