I'm gearing up to do this year's Transgender Day of Remembrance Webcomics Project and am looking for transgendered artists and writers who'd like to participate.
For those of you who don't know about the project, in a nutshell, we're a group of webcomic artists and authors who put together a remembrance strip for late November. There is always a running theme, but the themes are voluntary (especially if your comic has no TG characters). If you'd like some examples of the earlier entries, you can see previous projects for yourself at the Webcomics DOR site at http://www.dolari.net/dor.
All we ask is that you link to the other comics running images as well, and keep the images up for your normal comic-length. We're aiming at having these displayed on the week of the 20th. After the comics are done, I'd love your permission to keep them on my Day of Remembrance site, at http://www.dolari.net/dor
This year's theme is "[Something Mundne] shouldn't end in a death." Such as "Falling in Love shouldn't end in death" or "Taking out the trash shouldn't end in death" (which actually happened). The one I'll be doing is "Going to the Store Shouldn't End in Death." This theme will prolly be more narrative than before, and multipage entries will be accepted.
Again, the themes are voluntary, and if you have an idea you'd like to pursue, or a better idea for a theme that you'd like to present, please do.
Please let me know if you'd like to participate this year by letting me know via Email ( firstname.lastname@example.org ). IF you know someone who may be interested, but isn't on this list, by all means, forward it along (especially as real life has kept me from researching the newer comics out there)."