Liz Yerby is a cartoonist based out of Portland, Oregon. They make comics, and are self-published as well as contribute to anthologies. They also help organize Portland Zine Symposium and regularly do workshops on art-making with adults and the youth.  

They can be found elsewhere on the internet on etsytumblr, and instagram.


  • Graduate, 2015, Independent Publishing Resource Center Comics Certificate Program, Portland, OR

  • B.A. in Russian, 2013, Portland State University, Portland, OR



  • Contributor to 1001 Journal, issue 3, 2017

  • Contributor to Vision Quest #5 - #8, 2016 - 2017

  • Contributor to 1001 Journal, issue 2, 2016

  • Suck it Picasso, 32-page comic, self-published, 2015

  • Comics Editor, 1001 Journal, issue 1, 2015

  • Illustrator, City on a hill: Legends and Tales of Nizhny Novgorod, published by Ooligan press, 2013

  • Cover art, Pathos Literary Magazine, Spring 2011


  • Independent Publishing Resource Center, Window displays, illustrations, book production

  • Cinema 21, Poster Design and installation piece design for Kickstarter

  • Museum of Contemporary Craft, Card Design for volunteer corps

  • Rocket 3, Album art

  • Snoot Books, book production

  • Private Clients, Wedding announcements, custom jewelry, portraits, book design and production


  • Olympia Zine Fest, Olympia, WA, October 2017 (Upcoming!)

  • Portland Zine Symposium, Portland, OR, July 2017 (Upcoming!)

  • Crafty Wonderland, Portland, OR, December 2016 

  • Euzine fest, Eugene, OR, November 2016 

  • Short Run, Seattle, OR, November 2016

  • Portland Zine Symposium, Portland, OR, July 2016

  • New Orleans Comics and Zine Fest, New Orleans, LA, 2015

  • Portland Zine Symposium, Portland, OR, July 2015

  • Bellingham Comics Arts Festival, Bellingham, WA, 2015

  • LA Zine Fest, Los Angeles, CA, 2015

  • New Orleans Comics and Zine Fest, New Orleans, LA 2014

  • Portland Zine Symposium, Portland, OR,  2014

  • Portland Zine Symposium, Portland, OR,  2013



  • Organizer, Portland Zine Symposium 2017



  • Portland Children's Museum's leading drop-in activities around comics, watercolor painting and observational drawing, with children and their caregivers
  • Independent Publishing Resource Center (IPRC) teaching one-time workshops on InDesign, Book Production and Zines 101. Led a few session of their Kids Comics class series
  • Spent three months doing an internship helping with English Classes to students age 16-19 in Nizhny Novgorod Russia
  • Sun School Program With a team of other teachers helped teach a music class afterschool to Kindergarteners and First Graders