"Sonya's work is political, edgy, sexy and really pushes important messages that I feel it's important for everyone to hear."
- Tui Lyon, Lead Artist Experience Director
RAW:natural born artists
Sonya Saturday is a Los Angeles-based cartoonist. She uses grown-up humor in her work to explore sexuality, queer identity, gender dynamics and American society.

Her books include "The 2016 Republican Presidential Candidates Coloring and Activity Book," the children's book "A Ninja Dinosaur Christmas!!!," the comic strip collection "Why Do You Cry When I'm On Top?" and the short play for high school students “Don’t Party With My Mom” (Playscripts, Inc).

Sonya has contributed autobiographical stories to comics anthologies “Anything That Loves” (Northwest Press), "Mine!" (ComicMix), “Alphabet” (Stacked Deck Press) and "We're Still Here" (SDP). She has contributed artwork to coloring books "Queer Heroes," "Butch Lesbians of the 20s, 30s & 40s," and "Butch Lesbians of the 50s, 60s & 70s" (all published by SDP) and to the comic book "Mama Tits Saves the World" (Northwest Press).

She regularly attends comic book conventions throughout Southern California, often speaking on panels related to queer comics and social issues.

Sonya's current projects include the satirical coloring book "Socially-Conscious White Ladies" (to be published Summer 2018 by Stacked Deck Press) and the anti-inspirational photo series "Insecure L.A." She is also a graduate student at the California College of the Arts (San Francisco) in the MFA Comics program (to be completed Summer 2020).
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