You Ain’t No Dancer Vol. 2 – Bios and Previews

Below are You Ain’t No Dancer Vol. 2 creator bios as well as preview pages from the book.

You can purchase the book online through the New Reliable store.

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Neil Babra
Neil Babra, a native son of Pennsylvania, is reasonably well educated and hygienic, except for an occasional hermit beard. He is a shoe-gazer.
Artist Website

Preview pages: 12

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Jeff Bent
Jeff Bent is a Canadian from a place honestly called Quispamsis, which is in New Brunswick. Mr. Bent is currently residing in Austin, Texas, which is a very different place than where he’s from. He is most happily married to a certain Kendra and together they have a pair of matching cats of questionable worth.
Artist Website

Preview page: 1

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Jordyn F. Bochon
Jordyn F. Bochon was born on the prairies surrounded by wheat and river; now she lives in a Dolphin by the sea. She hopes to one day master the art of moving pictures, but until then, still pictures seem to work just fine.
Artist Website

Preview page: 1

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Jeffrey Brown
After growing up in Michigan, a 25 year old Jeffrey Brown moved to Chicago in 2000 to pursue an MFA at the School of the Art Institute. By the time he completed his MFA, he had abandoned painting and started drawing comics seriously. His first self-published book, Clumsy,appeared seemingly out of nowhere to grab attention from both cartoonists and comics fans. Currently known for his autobiographical bittersweet examinations of relationships and superhero parodies, Jeffrey’s future projects include fiction, gags, and whatever else ‘he feels like that day.
Artist Website

Preview page: 1

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Lilli Carré
Lilli Carré was born born in 1983 in Los Angeles and currently lives in Chicago. She recently graduated from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she studied Experimental Animation and Print. Her first book, Tales of Woodsman Pete, was published by Top Shelf in June. She is currently working on several new stories that involve such things as black lagoons and mandolin men.
Artist Website

Preview page: 1

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Mitch Clem
Mitch Clem is the creator of Nothing Nice to Say, San Antonio Rock City, the Coffee Achievers, and plenty more. You’d be smart to check out all his work online at www.mitchclem.com

Preview page: 1

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Jamie Dee Galey
Jamie Dee Galey was born mid/late (August 26) 1978 and likes comic books. After fathering 2 sons (Steve and Jake) he dove back into comics and made a lot of bad ones. He still kinda does but now people read them here and there.
Artist Website

Preview pages (written by Fred Grisolm, illustrated by Jamie Dee Galey): 12

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Fred Grisolm
Fred Grisolm has been a clerk at a toy store; an usher at several movie theatres; a telemarketer; a charity fundraiser; an assitant manager at a porno shack; a book shop clerk and a graphic designer. In total, he’s held close to 30 jobs.
Artist Website

Preview pages (written by Fred Grisolm, illustrated by Jamie Dee Galey): 12

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Meg Hunt
Meg Hunt is hiding under a rock with the lizards in the desert somewhere, drawing amusing pictures for fun and profit.
Artist Website

Preview pages: 12

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K. Thor Jensen
K. Thor Jensen was born in Maple Valley, Washington in 1976. His comics have appeared in dozens of books and magazines. His first graphic novel, Red Eye, Black Eye, will be published by Alternative Comics in 2006. He lives in New York City with his wife and will walk your dog for you, if you like.
Artist Website

Preview pages: 12

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Graham Kahler
Born and raised in Pennsylvania, Graham Kahler now resides in Portland, Maine, where he is of absolutely no use to anyone. He spends all his time making comics, hunting down freelance work, and playing videogames in bed.

He is on an epic quest to build the perfect sandwich.

Preview pages: 12

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Blaise Larmee
Blaise Larmee
oscillates between nihilism and beauty. He’s half-Japanese, he’s twenty-one years old, and he’s hungry. His minicomics can be bought in Chicago or at his website.

Preview pages: 12

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Hope Larson
Hope Larson is the author of Salamander Dream (AdHouse Books) and Gray Horses (Oni Press), and is currently working on Chiggers, a graphic novel slated for publication in 2008 by Atheneum/ginee seo books.
Artist Website

Preview page: 1

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Colleen MacIssac
Colleen MacIsaac studies animation on the West Coast, draws comics in the mountains, and does theatre on the prairies. She is from Canada and likes asparagus.
Artist Website

Preview page: 1

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Phil McAndrew
Phil McAndrew was born in 1985 and grew up in Syracuse, NY. He started publishing comics on the internet in high school and has since had work featured in a number of anthology books, newspapers, and magazines. He is a founding member of Found Hat Press and is currently trying to script out a graphic novel while finishing up his last year of college.
Artist Website

Preview pages: 12

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Patrick Murphy
Patrick Murphy was born in 1981 and lives in Connecticut. He spends his days video editing and his nights sitting at his drawing table laughing and/or yelling profanities and/or drawing.
Artist Website

Preview pages: 12

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Liz Prince
Liz Prince has been drawing comics ever since she was in 3rd grade, and her work has been published since 1994 when she began regularly contributing to the Santa Fe based zine Are We There Yet? From there, the offers didn’t stop coming. Her comics have been featured in several zines/comic anthologies, 5 gallery shows, and she has produced 2 mini-comics. Influenced by autobiographical greats like Evan Dorkin, Ariel Schrag, James Kochalka, and Jeffrey Brown, her comics mix her real-life foibles with charming cartooning and comic timing. Her fans have described her work as being “cute,” making them feel “warm & fuzzy,” or simply being “too much information.” Liz’s first full length book Will You Still Love Me If I Wet the Bed? (out September 2005 from Top Shelf Productions) explores the banal and yet somehow fascinating intimacies of her first true love.
Artist Website.

Preview page: 1

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Grant Reynolds
Grant Reynolds resides in Chicago. His comics have been featured in numerous anthologies and periodicals, including forthcoming volumes of Typhon, and Elfworld. He frequently draws artwork for bands he likes, and Lunch Poems, his recipe-formatted strip appears regularly in Love, Chicago. His book Smaller Parts is available at his website.

Preview pages: 12

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Jeffrey Rowland
Jeffrey Rowland is the billionaire author of the comic strips “Wigu” and “Overcompensating.” He knows the true strength of street knowledge. UPDATE: Jeffrey is broke now because the bank where he kept all his money got robbed.
Artist Website

Preview pages: 12

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Dalton Sharp
Dalton Sharp will have a bio here soon.
Artist Website

Preview page: 1

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Jon Sukarangsan
Jon Sukarangsan was born and raised in Texas, and was always inspired by panels with talking heads. His work has been seen in several publications, but you’ve probably never read any of them. He had a one year run on Monkey Man for MoviePoopShoot.com and also enjoys photography and design. He currently lives in San Francisco and one day hopes to own an iPod.
Artist Website

Preview pages: 12

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Jason Turner
Jason Turner is a Canadian cartoonist, living in Vancouver. He was born in Manitoba and spent his formative years in southern Ontario. In high school he printed his first comic, the Roadhouse Stickler and over the next ten years or so he drew and printed up some fifty minicomics. Around the year 2000 he started posting comics on the internet. In 2006, his book True Loves was released by New Reliable Press.
Artist Website

Preview pages: 12

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Weatherwise
Weatherwise currently resides in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. His work has previously been published in the Queen’s Journal, the SPX 2004 Anthology, and also on the internet. In civilian life, he is a graduate student at a nearby university.
Artist Website

Preview pages: 12

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Dalton Webb
Dalton Webb hails from Houston, TX, but now resides in Seattle, WA. His comics and illustrations have appeared sporadically in print and on the internet over the span of his life. He has appeared in Monster Engine, Vancouver Special, Delicate Debauchary Drove Her To Madness, Moxie #1, assorted mini comics, and various comics related art shows. He enjoys black tea, croissants with butter, and a good converstation for breakfast. He is currently saving up to buy a Scottish kilt and flaunt his Celtic sensibilities.
Artist Website

Preview page: 1

2 thoughts on “You Ain’t No Dancer Vol. 2 – Bios and Previews

  1. sarah morean

    When I clicked on Fred Grisolm’s preview pages, Jamie Dee Galey’s came up instead! So I got to read it twice! It was great, but I do wonder what happened to Fred.

  2. edbrisson Post author

    Fred wrote Jamie’s story…OR Jamie drew Fred’s story. Whichever way you want to look at it. Anyhow, that’s why the preview pages are the same. I’ve added extra info to make that more clear though.

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