2009 Winter Xeric Winners

The Xeric Foundation has announced its most recent grant recipients. A total of $25,031 was awarded for six comic book projects.

love is 01 2009 Winter Xeric Winners

Box Brown - Love is a Peculiar Type of Thing

ghosts cover sm 2009 Winter Xeric Winners

Ed Moorman, editor – Ghost Comics: A Benefit Anthology for RS Eden

achsa%20detail 2009 Winter Xeric Winners

Annie Murphy - I Still Live: Biography of a Spiritualist

Pope%20Hats 2009 Winter Xeric Winners

Ethan Rilly - Pope Hats

ill1 2009 Winter Xeric Winners

Sophia Wiedeman The Deformitory

Comic Winter01 2009 Winter Xeric Winners

J.T. YostOld Man Winter & Other Sordid Tales


The Foundation has awarded in excess of $2,000,000 to comic book creators and nonprofit organizations since its first grant cycle in September 1992.

Established by Peter Laird, co-creator of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the Northampton, MA based foundation offers financial assistance to self-publishing comic book creators in the US and Canada and to qualified charitable and nonprofit organizations in western Massachusetts.

The next deadline and review dates for comic book grants are March 31, 2009 and May 1, 2009, respectively. The charitable organization grants are decided annually in March and announced separately.

Trackbacks

  1. […] Xeric hands out awards while Comics 212 has an article about a couple of creators, book cover design and the publishing industry. MPD57 brings us a snapshot of each Zuda comic in the January contest. The original Turtles can be found here. The Webcomic Overlook offers up a review of Nawlz. Do we finally, really know if the real Batman is dead? And Act-i-vate brings us Fahrenheit 451. […]

  2. […] People are talkin‘, talkin‘ bout people… […]

Speak Your Mind

*