Pride in Panels: SF Queer Comics Festival is a groundbreaking gathering of LGBTQIA+ comics creators taking place this February 2024! Celebrate the remarkable vitality of the San Francisco Bay Area (and beyond!) queer comics scene, which has never been as dynamic and diverse as it is right now. 

The main event takes place on Sunday, February 18th from noon – 5pm in the San Francisco Public Library’s Main Branch, featuring wide-ranging panels, maker workshops, and an exhibition hall with queer comics creators selling and signing their work, including such prominent artists as Maia Kobabe, Ed Luce, Ajuan Mance, Trinidad Escobar, Lawrence Lindell, and Lee Marrs. 

There will also be Queer Comics Reading at Silver Sprocket on Friday, February 18th and a film screening of No Straight Lines: The Rise of Queer Comics with a panel afterward on Saturday, February 17th at the Hormel LGBTQIA Center of the SFPL.  Please see here for more details on all of these events.

Thanks to the generous support of the Hormel LGBTQIA Center of the San Francisco Public Library, this event will be 100% free to both exhibitors and attendees

We’re excited to see you all there!

The PiPfest team

Poster and social media graphics by @valerie.liu