Jeremy Stoll, PhD is a queer comics creator and folklore scholar whose research focuses on comics in and of India. They have a Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing & Fine Arts from University of Michigan and a Doctor of Philosophy in Folklore & Ethnomusicology from Indiana University. Dr. Stoll's articles have appeared in the International Journal of Comic Art; Marg, A Magazine of the Arts; Cultures of Comics Work; and the Routledge Companion to Comics, among other platforms. Their recent publications include The Comics World: Comics, Graphic Novels, & Their Publics, with Benjamin Woo, and the blogpost/presentation Re-Worlding Comics: A Call for Reflexive Scholars, as part of the International Comic Arts Forum 2021.

Dr. Stoll is committed to their storytelling practice as an editor, writer, and illustrator, with a current emphasis on ecological and individual grief. Recent comics work includes contributions to Rainbow Reflections: Body Image Comics by Queer Men, The Columbus Scribbler, Blocked: Stories from the World of Online Dating, and DOGS! An Anthology (co-edited with Vidyun Sabhaney).