BoOK Riot: Kickstart THIS: The Big BoOK of BiseXual Trials and Errors

By Megan Cavitt, July 19th 2017

Thanks so much to Book Riot for giving my Kickstarter a shoutout. Read here.


HufFington Post: Why I Create Bisexual Comics

By Elizabeth Beier, June 28, 2017

Click here to read my debut Huffington Post piece about my "Bisexual Trials and Errors" project!

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This weekend at WonderCon saw the Prism Comics Queer Press Grant awarded at a panel celebrating ten years of the grant, which assists creators who want to self-publish comics with LGBTQ themes. This year the grant was awarded jointly to Catherine Esguerra for Eighty Days and Elizabeth Beier for I Like Your Headband. Read more.


MTV NEWS: How ‘Trans Girl Next Door’ And Other LGBT Comics Are Actually Saving Kids’ Lives

By Channing Joseph on August 21st, 2015

I am so honored to be included in this article about how comics with LGBT protagonists, by LGBT people, are reaching youth today.


SF Gate: LGBT Center kicks off Pride Month with Rooftop Soiree

By Beth Spotswood on June 11, 2015 11:47 AM

In this article, Beth Spotswood shows a picture of my work while I drew guests at a LGBT Center fundraising party. 

This article by Daniel Hirsch was originally posted on Mission Local, and then reposted by SF Gate. It's about the making of my comic We Belong: Stories and Portraits from the Lexington Club. 

The Comics Journal: Queers & Comics: The LGBTQ Cartoonists and Comics Conference

By Robert Kirby on May 18th, 2015

Robert Kirby wrote in his comprehensive review of the Queers & Comics Conference 2015: "...I was happy to finally meet cartoonists whose work I’d been reading for years, like Leslie Ewing, Rupert Kinnard, and AK Summers, and newer or previously unknown to me creators like Elizabeth Beier (who live-drew many panels, much to everyone’s delight), Soizick Jaffre, Jiro Ghianni, and MK Czerwiec."

In her illustrated review of the Queers & Comics Conference, Sara Lautman illustrated me drawing all the panels...

Robyn from HER (the lesbian dating ap) interviewed me about my Lexington Club themed project.