Sonya Saturday is a Los Angeles-based cartoonist. She uses adult humor in her work to explore love, sex, gender and politics.
Her books include "The 2016 Republican Presidential Candidates Coloring and Activity Book," "A Ninja Dinosaur Christmas!!!," "Why Do You Cry When I'm On Top?" and the short play “Don’t Party With My Mom” (Playscripts, Inc).
Sonya has also contributed autobiographical stories to the LGBTQ comics anthologies “Anything That Loves” (published by Northwest Press), “Alphabet” and "We're Still Here" (both published by Stacked Deck Press).
She regularly attends comic book conventions throughout Southern California, often speaking on panels related to queer comics and social issues.
Sonya is currently creating the "Socially-Conscious White Ladies Coloring and Activity Book" and the photo series "Insecure L.A."
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