Ellen Lindner (she/her) is a cartoonist, illustrator, educator and editor living in Upper Manhattan. She has created comics for the Museum of Modern Art, Medium.com, The Washington Post, World War III Illustrated, and many anthologies and collections, including The Strumpet, Nelson, Pandemix and American Cult. Ellen is the author of Undertow and The Black Feather Falls (Soaring Penguin), and was the artist for Turning Points: Little Rock Nine (Aladdin/Simon and Schuster). Ellen is currently working on Lost Diamonds, a MoCCA Award of Excellence-winning comic about gender and baseball. Her illustration clients have included Ray-Ban, SONY Playstation, Dotdash Meredith, Z2, Workman, Bloomsbury, Ernest and Julio Gallo Wines, and the City of New York. Her activist art is in the collection of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, part of the Smithsonian, and she has won two LMCC Creative Engagement grants for her work in comics education. In Ellen’s spare time, she loves biking and sewing, along with playing softball through the long, unbearably hot NYC summers.
Website: www.littlewhitebird.com Instagram: @ellenlindna

Ellen is represented by Andrea Cascardi.

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