Donna Barr (born 1952) one of the classic authors of the 1980's black-and-whites comic books. Quest into this page for Love, Honor, Death, Tea, Fantasy, and the best boots and centaurs anywhere. More Biography.
For Donna's autograph for ANY of her books, send a stamped, self-addressed envelope to Donna Barr, PO Box 363, Clallam Bay, WA, 98326, and ask for a signed bookplate.
All original art pages have been donated to the Donna Barr Collection at the San Diego State University. See sidebar (right) for commission prices for new art.
This catalog is divided by shopping carts; a long career put Donna's work in a lot of places. Don't be afraid to email her at donnabarr01 at gmail dot com.
WEBCOMICS! The Desert Peach is up at Webtoons!
NOW: DISTRIBUTION LIST. Shops that carry my books. Or that you can help carry my books.
The Very latest: Mary, Mary, at Indyplanet At a price that is as good for retailers as it is for fans.
The nativity story, with all the mythology removed. No angels, no gods. Just what could have happened, with real people.
No wonder Pontius Pilate was later so confused.
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Donna has collected all her comic-sized books on Indyplanet. All these sparkling new reprints let you get all that pretty cover art and more inside cover art - for amazingly old-fashioned prices.
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NOTE: Just go to INDYPLANET, find the drop-down menu, and in the search bar, type in "Donna Barr" or the names of one of the following series - and your search choices should pop right up.
The Desert Peach: The saga of the life of The Desert Fox's fictional gay brother. All the classic issues of Love, Honor, Death and Tea.
Stinz: The entire series of the life of the handsome black centaur stallion, through love and war and a very strange peace, finally numbered in order, with all the beautiful cover art and more color art inside.
Bosom Enemies: The strange and celebrated allegory on slavery, in a world where horses are people and people are horses. All four issues, with the bright cover art and more color art inside.
Hader and the Colonel: The fable of a little rabbit trying to be a human and his odd ally, a very carnivorous harpy Colonel. Beautiful art and story in a complete series (evidently the use of an old-fashioned word for "rooster" has caused much consternation on the Donna Barr thread on "Something Awful").
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Donna's Lulu Page - Full Collections, calendars, freebies, comics, prose, goodies galore: CLICK HERE.
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Hader and the Colonel (Left); $17.95 (includes postage) The original backstock version of all the collected short tales. The story of the little rabbit that could - and his odd ally, the savage harpy Colonel, on a quest at once hilarious and poignant.
SUCH a DEAL:
"The Everything/Nerd Party Box" $54.95
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Contains a copy of all off-set back-stock books and extra copies for gifts to friends and Nerd parties
My Amazon author's page on Amazon - It's got listing of all my Amazon-published books and reviews. It's FUN. Contains the Full Collections.
The Desert Peach Collection Volume 1: Click Here
The Desert Peach Collection Volume 2: Click Here
The Desert Peach prose novel, Bread and Swans. The Desert Peach's whole life, from birth to military service to death. Click Here
Stinz Collection Volume 1:Click Here
Stinz Collection Volume 2: Click Here
Afterdead: The Desert Peach continues in his afterlife - full-color adventures in a world where live people have to put up with Dead People like him. Fully worthy of the original series.
Afterdead Volume One. Click here.
Afterdead Volume Two. Click Here
Don't miss the fictionalized memoir of my time in the 1970's US Army, Permanent Party.
Head to Zazzle and check out my store Donna Barr - now with Stinz and Desert Peach face masks!
Lately I've been selling my Supervising Cat tshirt at shows. You can get one yourself in any color at my CATGOD store.
The French Word for Torture tshirt has long been out of print - now you can get it at Cafepress Stinz Store!