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Conference: Queers & Comics. Retrieved from https://queersandcomics.com/about. A conference for LGBTQ comic artists and fans with an academic bent that is annually hosted by universities and arts institutions in New York or California.
Convention: FlameCon. Retrieved from https://www.flamecon.org/about/ One of the largest queer comics fan conventions in the U.S.
Convention: Rainbow Book Fair. Retrieved from https://rainbowbookfair.org/
Conference/Convention: WisCon. Retrieved from http://www.wiscon.info/index.php. WisCon is one of the largest annual conferences with both academic and fan-oriented tracks, that centers on feminist and lgbtq themes. It takes place in Madison, Wisconsin.
2021 March 27: Prism Comics moderator Justin Hall (No Straight Lines; professor, California College of the Arts) along with a diverse panel of queer comics creators explore comics as a source of social power and community. Panelists include Tara Madison Avery (We’re Still Here, Alphabet; publisher, Stacked Deck Press), Trinidad Escobar (Of Sea and Venom, Tryst), Jennifer Camper (Juicy Mother; founder, Queers & Comics conference), Lawrence Lindell (From Truth with Truth, Still, Couldn't Afford Therapy, So I Made This Again; co-founder, TheBAYlies), and Anand Vedawala (100 Years From Now Our Bones Will Be Different; executive director, San Francisco Zine Fest).