Jennifer Camper

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'''Jennifer Camper''' is a comics artist residing in Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A., who has contributed to a number of zines.
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'''Jennifer Camper''' is a comics artist and graphic artist residing in Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A., who has contributed to a number of zines.
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She is also the editor of the comics anthology ''Juicy Mother'', of which two issues have been released. This anthology regularly features the work of zinesters, such as [[Diane DiMassa]], [[Fly]], [[Chitra Ganesh]], [[Robert Kirby]], [[Carrie McNinch]], [[Scott Treleaven]], and many others.  
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Her work has appeared in a number of anthologies such as [[Boy Trouble]] by [[Robert Kirby]] and David Kelly. She is also the editor of the comics anthology ''Juicy Mother'', of which two issues have been released. This anthology regularly features the work of zinesters, such as [[Diane DiMassa]], [[Fly]], [[Chitra Ganesh]], [[Robert Kirby]], [[Carrie McNinch]], [[Scott Treleaven]], and many others.  
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==Contributions to Zines==
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===Contributions to Zines===
*[[Boy Trouble]]
*[[Boy Trouble]]
*[[Cunt]]
*[[Cunt]]
*[[The Burning Times]]
*[[The Burning Times]]
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==Contributions to Books==
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===Contributions to Books===
*''The Book of Boy Trouble:Born To Trouble'', edited by [[Robert Kirby]] and David Kelly, 2008
*''The Book of Boy Trouble:Born To Trouble'', edited by [[Robert Kirby]] and David Kelly, 2008
* ''Dead High Yearbook'', edited by Ivan Valez Jr., Dutton Books, (a division of [[Penguin Group (USA)]] 2007 ISBN 0525477837
* ''Dead High Yearbook'', edited by Ivan Valez Jr., Dutton Books, (a division of [[Penguin Group (USA)]] 2007 ISBN 0525477837
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* ''The Great Women Cartoonists'', edited by Trina Robbins, Kitchen Sink Press, 1997, ISBN 0-82302170-X
* ''The Great Women Cartoonists'', edited by Trina Robbins, Kitchen Sink Press, 1997, ISBN 0-82302170-X
* ''A Century of Women Cartoonists'', edited by [[Trina Robbins]], [[Kitchen Sink Press]], 1993, ISBN 0-87816-206-2
* ''A Century of Women Cartoonists'', edited by [[Trina Robbins]], [[Kitchen Sink Press]], 1993, ISBN 0-87816-206-2
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==Books==
 
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===Books===
*''Juicy Mother 2: How They Met'' Manic D Press, 2007 ISBN 978-1-933149-20-1
*''Juicy Mother 2: How They Met'' Manic D Press, 2007 ISBN 978-1-933149-20-1
*''Juicy Mother'', [[Soft Skull Press]], 2005 ISBN 19-932366-70-0
*''Juicy Mother'', [[Soft Skull Press]], 2005 ISBN 19-932366-70-0
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==External Links==
==External Links==
*[http://www.jennifercamper.com Official website]
*[http://www.jennifercamper.com Official website]
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*[http://gaydarnation.com/UserPortal/Article/Detail.aspx?ID=20430&sid=58 Review of ''Juicy Mother'']
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[[Category:Zinester|Camper, Jennifer]] [[Category:Artist|Camper, Jennifer]]
[[Category:New York Zinesters|Camper, Jennifer]]
[[Category:New York Zinesters|Camper, Jennifer]]

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Jennifer Camper is a comics artist and graphic artist residing in Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A., who has contributed to a number of zines.

Her work has appeared in a number of anthologies such as Boy Trouble by Robert Kirby and David Kelly. She is also the editor of the comics anthology Juicy Mother, of which two issues have been released. This anthology regularly features the work of zinesters, such as Diane DiMassa, Fly, Chitra Ganesh, Robert Kirby, Carrie McNinch, Scott Treleaven, and many others.

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