Justin Hall is a cartoonist living in San Francisco with his partner and their pet python. He has been awarded the Xeric Grant and the Prism Comics Queer Press Grant for his comics work, which includes True Travel Tales, Hard To Swallow (with Dave Davenport), and Glamazonia the Uncanny Super-Tranny. His work has appeared in publications such as Best American Comics 2006, Boy Trouble, and the San Francisco Bay Guardian. He curated "No Straight Lines: Queer Culture and the Comics" at the Cartoon Art Museum in 2006, which was the world's first museum show devoted to LGBT comics. He moderates the annual Queer Cartoonists Panel at the Alternative Press Expo and is on the boards of the non-profits Prism Comics, supporting LGBT comics, and Siewphewyeung (Our Books), supporting Cambodian comics. He currently teaches comics at the California College of Art.