Online Works


LA Times, August 7 2021

Op-Ed: For years, I got teased for wearing face masks. The pandemic changed that.

Read it here.

Love thy Neighbor?

Prism Wellness newsletter, June 2021

A collage comic about moving to the mountains during a pandemic and dealing with less-than-kind neighbors

Read it here.

LE MENU: Family Neurosis Chronicled Through Dinnerware

Spiralbound on Medium, November 2017

A short comic about passing down the immigrant experience.

Read it here.

A Matter of Time

Resist!, December 2016

This is how I’ve been feeling after the election, as a queer, non-white, liberal artist woman in a scary, hate-crime filled Trumpocalyptic nightmare.

Read it here.

Back in the Olden Days

Bitch Media, September 2016

A futuristic look at gender.

Read it here.

Things That Go Bump in the Night

PEN America, September 2016

Trigger warning: sexual assault

Read it here.


BuzzFeed Reader, July 2016

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BuzzFeed Reader, April 2016

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Speak Up!: A Graphic Account of Roxane Gay and Erica Jong’s Uncomfortable Conversation

Electric Lit, September 2015

An illustrated personal essay that takes place at the keynote of the Decatur Book Festival. It’s sort of about the conversation between two prominent feminists, but more so about being a bad-ass and stepping out of your comfort zone.

Read it here.


Virginia Quarterly Review, Summer 2015

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Writing People of Color
(if you happen to be a person of another color)

Midnight Breakfast, September 30, 2014

Advice on how to write people of color if you happen to be a person of another color. With contributions from cartoonists Elisha Lim, Fred Noland, Jennifer Camper, Keith Knight, Mare Odomo, Whit Taylor and Yumi Sakugawa.

Also appeared on BuzzFeed.

Read it here.

Apology Not Acceptable

2dcloud, January 29, 2014

A super-personal essay about apologies and why forgiveness may be overrated.

Read it here.

Sex Toys-R-Me: My Dream Job

The Weeklings, February 8, 2014

This story involves lending my roommate a tiny red butt-plug, avoiding bullets in an iffy neighborhood, and the most enjoyable writing test I’ve ever taken.

Read it here.

It Happened to Me: I Was Sexually Harassed Onstage at a Comic Convention Panel

XOJane, December 18 2013

Read it here.

So Many Spiders

WordPress blog, December 5 2013

What right do I have to destroy her home? She’s innocent. She can’t help being the deadly creature that she is.

Read it here.

Exposed: Portrait of the Artist as a Seven-Minute Reality TV Segment

The Weeklings, November 26, 2013

The artist sells out. Or tries to.

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Anything That Loves, 2013

A short comic about the artist discovering an attraction to the same sex.

Read it here.

Smoke In Your Eyes, 2011-2013

Personal stories about life, death and compassion. Many of these stories were collected in the book, Dragon’s Breath and Other True Stories.

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Galapagos Travel Diary

The Comics Journal, 2012

An illustrated journal of five days on a cruise ship in the Galapagos.

Read it here.

Online Bibliography

• 2dcloud—Apology Not Acceptable (2014) (contributing writer/artist)
• The Bay Citizen—Drawing Crowds NYE 2012
(2012) (writer/artist)
• The Bay Citizen—Review of You’re Going to Die reading
(2012) (writer/artist)
• BuzzFeed—An Illustrated Guide to Writing People of Color
(2014) (writer/artist) (reprint from Midnight Breakfast: see link below)
• BuzzFeed Reader—Cheerleader
(2016) (writer/artist)
• BuzzFeed Reader—Chicken
(2016) (writer/artist)
• The Comics Journal—Galapagos Travel Diary
(2012) (writer/artist)
• Angels Flight—Dear Sugar, Resistance Edition by Cheryl Strayed
(2017) (illustrations)
• Electric Literature—Speak Up!: A Graphic Account of Roxane Gay and Erica Jong’s Uncomfortable Conversation
(2015) (writer/artist)
• The Harvard Advocate—Turning Japanese excerpt
• Hulu—My Handmaid’s Tale
(2017) (writer/artist commission)
• Los Angeles Review of Books—What Kind of Animal Am I? an illustrated review of Diane Obomsawin’s On Loving Women
(2014) (writer/artist)
• Los Angeles Review of BooksMimi Pond, Cartoonist Royalty an illustrated review of Mimi Pond’s Over Easy
(2014) (writer/artist)
• Los Angeles TimesOp-Ed: For years, I got teased for wearing face masks. The pandemic changed that.
(2021) (writer/artist)
• Midnight Breakfast—Writing People of Color if You Happen to be a Person of Another Color
(2014) (writer/artist) (reprinted on Buzzfeed)
• Okey-Panky—Excerpt of Turning Japanese
(2015) (writer/artist)
• PEN America—Excerpt of Turning Japanese
(2015) (writer/artist)
PrismLove Thy Neighbor?
(2021) (writer/artist)
•—Smoke In Your Eyes
monthly/biweekly comic (2011-2013) (writer/artist)
• SFBay.CA—Frisco al Fresco—
biweekly comic (2011-2013) (writer/artist)
• Spiralbound on Medium—LE MENU: Family Neurosis Chronicled Through Dinnerware
(2017) writer/artist
• Study Group—Excerpt of Dragon’s Breath and Other True Stories
(2014) (writer/artist)
•—Said While Talking weekly comic
(2012) (writer/artist)
• Truth-out.orgLadydrawers—by Anne Elizabeth Moore: Intro Ladydrawers
(2011) (artist)
Ladydrawers—by Anne Elizabeth Moore: Graphic Evidence of Inequality Part 1
(2011) (artist)
• Truth-out.orgLadydrawers—by Anne Elizabeth Moore: Graphic Evidence of Inequality Part 2
(2011) (artist)
• Virginia Quarterly Review—Carnivore
(Summer 2015 issue) (writer/artist)
• The Weeklings—Exposed: Portrait of the Artist as a 7-Minute Reality TV Segment
(2013) (writer)
• The Weeklings—Sex Toys-R-Me: My Dream Job
(2014) (writer)
• XOJane—It Happened To Me
(2013) (writer/artist)