Kim Warp

Kim Warp was born in Seattle, Washington, and graduated from Western Washington University with a degree in art. Her work has appeared in several cartoon anthologies, including Liza Donnelley’s Funny Ladies and Sex and Sensibility; Matt Diffee’s two books on cartoonists dealing with rejection, The Rejection Collection and The Rejection Collection 2; and Mort Gerberg’s Last Laughs, a collection of cartoons on aging and death. In 2000 Warp received the National Cartoonist Society Reuben Award. She lives in Virginia Beach with her husband and three daughters.

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Cartoons that have appeared in Narrative: