Glenn Head began drawing comics when he was fourteen. His work has appeared in print from the Wall Street Journal to Screw. In the early ‘90s, Head co-created (with cartoonist Kaz), Snake Eyes, the Harvey award-nominated comix anthology series. His solo books include Avenue D and Guttersnipe, which capture the intense, gritty underbelly of street life. From 2005 to 2010 Glenn edited and contributed to the Harvey-and Eisner-nominated anthology Hotwire. His graphic memoir, Chicago (Fantagraphics), is the hilarious and harrowing tale of a nineteen-year-old virgin who drops out of everything and into the unknown.