Ben Snakepit

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'''Ben Snake Pit''' is a zinester and artist from Austin, Texas, USA.
'''Ben Snake Pit''' is a zinester and artist from Austin, Texas, USA.
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Ben is best known as the creator of [[Snakepit]] sine. Snakepit is a [[comic]] zine that features a three panel comic about each day of Ben's life. In interviews Ben has cited ''Jim's Journal'' by Scott Dikkers, a comic that appeared in ''The Onion'', as his initial inspiration, although Dikker's comic was fictional, while Ben's is factual. Some issues of Snakepit have appeared as a [[split zine|split]] with  zines such as [[Clutch]], [[Tight Pants]], [[Amazing Adult fantasy]] and  [[Gullible]]. Contributors to Snakepit have included [[Janelle Hessig]] of [[Tales Of Blarg]]. The zine is published quarterly. As well, Ben has released the zine in one-year anthologies. Snakepit was first published in book form by Gorky press in 2004. Simply called ''Snakepit'', it featuring three years of Ben Snake Pit's comic life, with a foreword by [[Aaron Cometbus]]. A second book of Snakepit comics, ''My Life In A Jugular Vein'', published by Young American Comics, appeared in 2007.
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Ben is best known as the creator of [[Snakepit]] sine. Snakepit is a [[comic]] zine that features a three panel comic about each day of Ben's life. In interviews Ben has cited ''Jim's Journal'' by Scott Dikkers, a comic that appeared in ''The Onion'', as his initial inspiration, although Dikker's comic was fictional, while Ben's is factual. Some issues of Snakepit have appeared as a [[split zine|split]] with  zines such as [[Clutch]], [[Tight Pants]], [[Amazing Adult Fantasy]] and  [[Gullible]]. Contributors to Snakepit have included [[Janelle Hessig]] of [[Tales Of Blarg]]. The zine is published quarterly. As well, Ben has released the zine in one-year anthologies. Snakepit was first published in book form by Gorky press in 2004. Simply called ''Snakepit'', it featuring three years of Ben Snake Pit's comic life, with a foreword by [[Aaron Cometbus]]. A second book of Snakepit comics, ''My Life In A Jugular Vein'', published by Young American Comics, appeared in 2007.
Ben has released two [[One-shot|one shot]] zines, [[Pills]] and [[Going To California]].
Ben has released two [[One-shot|one shot]] zines, [[Pills]] and [[Going To California]].

Revision as of 00:52, 11 September 2007

Ben Snake Pit is a zinester and artist from Austin, Texas, USA.

Ben is best known as the creator of Snakepit sine. Snakepit is a comic zine that features a three panel comic about each day of Ben's life. In interviews Ben has cited Jim's Journal by Scott Dikkers, a comic that appeared in The Onion, as his initial inspiration, although Dikker's comic was fictional, while Ben's is factual. Some issues of Snakepit have appeared as a split with zines such as Clutch, Tight Pants, Amazing Adult Fantasy and Gullible. Contributors to Snakepit have included Janelle Hessig of Tales Of Blarg. The zine is published quarterly. As well, Ben has released the zine in one-year anthologies. Snakepit was first published in book form by Gorky press in 2004. Simply called Snakepit, it featuring three years of Ben Snake Pit's comic life, with a foreword by Aaron Cometbus. A second book of Snakepit comics, My Life In A Jugular Vein, published by Young American Comics, appeared in 2007.

Ben has released two one shot zines, Pills and Going To California.

Ben's work has also appeared in zines such as Capitol City 'Zine Compilation and Twenty-four hours. As well, he has written a column for Razorcake zine.

Ben Snake Pit is also a musician and has played with a number of bands including J Church.

Contents

Zines

Books

  • Snakepit, published by Gorky Press, 2004
  • My Life In A Jugular Vein: The Second Snakepit Book, published by Young American Comics, 2007

Contributions

External Link

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