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Joanna Anderson is a cartoonist living in Melbourne. She contributed to the comic anthology Fluid Prejudice, with Chris O’Brien, has published the comic Rush, Made in Victoria, with Chris in it as a police officer. She is working on a new series of comics called Stiff Surfboard.

Frances Howe is a cartoonist, illustrator and activist who spends a lot of time on various rainy islands.

Murtaza Ali Jafari is a Hazara refugee from Afghanistan who fled to Australia in 2010, before spending over two years in Australian detention centres. He learned to draw in the Villawood detention centre. He has since shown in numerous exhibitions and published a zine with the Refugee Art Project.

Ben Juers is a Sydney-based cartoonist and illustrator whose work has appeared in The Lifted Brow, Seizure and Narratively.

Lee Lai is a cartoonist from Melbourne.

Megan Cope has a diverse practice that investigates issues relating to identity, environment and mapping. She is a descendant of the people from the Quandamooka region (North Stradbroke Island). Through her painting, projection and video works, she explores decolonising methodologies.

Michael Hawkins is a cartoonist originally from Tasmania, now based in Melbourne. His recent publications include Frosnall Graaf and biebercomic.

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