Episode 6 • MariNaomi • October 13, 2022
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Bay area-based cartoonist MariNaomi joined us to talk about friendships, memory, and their upcoming collage-comics memoir I Thought You Loved Me (Fieldmouse Press, 2023).
Help Fieldmouse Press publish I Thought You Loved Me when you back the book's CrowdFundr campaign by October 30, 2022! There are different levels to support the campaign, from buying a digital copy of the memoir ($15), to a physical+digital copy ($30), to buying original artwork from MariNaomi ($300–$800).
MariNaomi (they/them) is an award-winning author, illustrator, and visual artist whose work has appeared in over eighty print publications and website publications. They are the creator behind eight book-length works, and their comics and paintings have appeared in the Smithsonian, the de Young Museum, the Cartoon Art Museum, the Asian Art Museum, and the Japanese American Museum. They are also the founder and administrator of the Cartoonists of Color Database, the Queer Cartoonists Database, and the Disabled Cartoonists Database.
Learn more about MariNaomi in their Popverse profile, "Centering visibility with MariNaomi's comics and databases", written by Christine Pasalo Norland.