Tessa Brunton's comics have appeared in Bitch Magazine, Maisonneuve Magazine, The Comics Journal, and many anthologies.

Her first comic book Passage was published by Sparkplug Comic Books in 2011 and was nominated for two Ignatz Awards: Outstanding Comic and Promising New Talent. Her mini-comic Second Banana is a Best American Comics 2014 notable comic, and Domestic Times, a faux-magazine she created about co-habitation, is a Best American Comics 2016 notable comic.

She has also been the Charles M. Schulz Museum Cartoonist in Residence and the featured artist in the Cartoon Art Museum's Small Press Spotlight. 

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