© Breena Nuñez
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Breena Nuñez is a cartoonist and part-time professor based in San Francisco, CA, who creates diary comics exploring the awkwardness of racism, being a queer Afrodescendiente from the Bay Area, and understanding what it means to be Central American from the US.
Their comics are self-published as zines, in publications such as The New Yorker: Daily Shouts and The Nib, and in anthologies like "Tales From La Vida: A Latinx Comics Anthology," the Eisner Award-winning "Drawing Power," and the Ignatz Award-winning "Be Gay, Do Comics!"
Find Breena at @breenache on Instagram and Twitter.
Support Breena Nuñez by:
Buying their zines from the Laneha House shop.
Becoming a Laneha House Comics subscriber.
Visiting their website, breenache.com.
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