Little Heart is a comic anthology created to show support for marriage equality, produced in partnership with 2D Cloud & [MN]Love. The comics included in the volume cover a variety of material, from auto-bio to science fiction, intimate vignettes, and romantic incidentals; work created to show that love strikes all walks of life. This project was spawned by the very urgent need to fight the 2012 referendum that seeks to instill discrimination and hate in the Minnesota state constitution. We have enlisted artists across the US, Canada, and a small sampling of international artists. Little Heart premiered internationally at the Toronto Comics Art Festival last month and will be premiering stateside at CAKE this June!

artists include:

Tuesday Bassen, Emma Reynolds, Tim Sievert, Michael DeForge, Alex Fukui, Ellen Redshaw, Anna Bongiovanni, Hannah Blumenreich, Megan Tulius, Hedwig Vinson + Rachel Kowarski, Christopher Adams, Milkyboots/Virginia Paine, Luke Holden, Ed Choy + Sam Sharpe, Tammy Ray, Noah Van Sciver, Sally Madden, Jeremy Sorese, Emily Carroll + Kate Craig, Sean Lynch, Joseph Remnant, MariNaomi, Maurice Vellekoop, Zak Sally, Raighne Hogan, Meghan Hogan, Barbara Schulz; introduction by Christopher Butcher, funded in part by Kickstarter.




2D CLOUD is a micro-press comics publisher based in NE MPLS. We publish paper-craft art books, mini comics, and graphic novels by an assortment of creatives. Select past releases include Yearbooks by Nic Breutzman, Death of Elijah Lovejoy by Noah Van Sciver, Things You Carry by Vincent Stall/King Mini, Motherlover by Breutzman and brothers Holden. New titles to make their Chicago debut include Startled Maggie by Meghan Hogan, Little Heart: A Comics Anthology for Marriage Equality by various, Prizon Food 2 by Eric Schuster & Party Food. We also distro Will Dinski’s minis and Pornhounds by Sharon Lintz.

Visit 2D Cloud’s website, and pick up Little Heart at Table 50 June 16 & 17th!
Little Heart is also a sponsor of CAKE’s Queer Communities, Queer Anthologies panel, Sunday, June 17, 2012 3:30 – 4:30pm in the 8th Floor Auditorium.