Missoula Independent adds Josh Quick’s “Camp Sleepover” comic strip

The Missoula Independent is proud to announce the addition of local

illustrator Josh Quick’s “Camp Sleepover” comic strip to the paper.

Quick’s quirky, original and instantly recognizable work debuted in the

Aug. 29 issue and appears weekly in the Independent‘s pages.

Quick is a prolific Missoula-based designer and illustrator who has

worked with local businesses, nonprofits and artists on everything

from T-shirts to posters to logos. His clients include Big Dipper Ice

Cream, Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, The Whizpops, Doma

Coffee Roasting Company, Missoula Outdoor Cinema, KBGA,

Sunday Streets Missoula and many others. His comic strip, “Camp

Sleepover,” has been selected two years running for City Pages

(Minneapolis/St. Paul) prestigious Comix Issue, but makes its first

weekly appearance in the Indy.

“Josh is a phenomenal Missoula talent and a great addition to our

paper,” says editor Skylar Browning. “We’re excited about helping

him launch this strip to a larger audience.”

“Camp Sleepover” will appear in the Indy‘s classified section, along

with regular weekly content like Rob Brezsny’s “Free Will Astrology,”

Amy Alkon’s “Advice Goddess,” Matt Jones’ “Jonesin’ Crosswords”

and Tom Tomorrow’s “This Modern World.” Quick’s comic will also

appear on the Indy‘s website at missoulanews.com.


Skylar Browning, sbrowning@missoulanews.com, 406.543.6609

Josh Quick, quickjosh.com

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