Grab Back Comics Anthology by Erma Blood

Grab Back Comics is a curated collection of comics stories about sexual assault, harassment, rape culture, and advocacy.  Telling these difficult personal stories is a political act, an act of love and resistance.  Grab Back encourages artists to tell their own stories and the stories of others, and presents this work with pride and admiration. The project is intended to be a safe landing spot for people looking for first-person stories, media representations and educational resources.

Amy Camber writes about everything from politics and parenting to periodontal disease and professional sports. She’s been publishing comics online since 2011 and her work has appeared in The Seattle Weekly, Bust, Bustle, and The Huffington Post. Amy is also a longtime art and media literacy teacher and is the parent of two wild, young children. After 20 years away, Amy is very happy to be back in her hometown of Seattle.

Erma Blood is a comics artist, writer, and teacher living in South Seattle with her wife and kids. She was all torn up by the presidential election and decided to do something in response. Beginning with the Grab Back Comics Blog, and thanks to the help and support of some very talented people, the Grab Back Comics Anthology was born.

Robin Elan (they/them) is a comic artist and illustrator living in Seattle. They write about queerness, mental illness, gender identity and politics, as well as PNW flora and fauna.

Tatiana Gill is a Seattle based cartoonist who uses her art to show strength and vulnerability, reflecting the diversity of women so often underrepresented in the media. Themes include body positivity, feminism, mental health, and recovery. Tatiana has created dozens of self-published comic books, teaches comics, and contributes to local & global publications.

Tess LeBlanc is a minor astrologer from Vancouver, BC. Her work can be found in The Garden Statuary, The Liar, Persephone’s Daughters, and NOISE anthology (forthcoming). Most of her friends are dolls.

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