About and Copyright

groupGreek Myth Comix. Explaining Classics in stick-man form.

About The Author:

L E Jenkinson-Brown, Classical Civilisation and Literature teacher, writer, and stick-figure artist. (Although, she can also draw properly and use photoshop and stuff)

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L E Jenkinson-Brown (or Jenks) has taught Classical Civilisation and Introductory Latin for the past decade, focussing on KS3-4 Classics and A Level Literature. She has also taught English Literature, for which she has been an examiner, and a bit of History, and sometimes even Drama.

Just so you know, the ‘L’ stands for Laura, not Lauren, but she’s an entirely different Laura Jenkinson to the one who does the really cool makeup.

LJ/Laura/Jenks is open to commissions and speaking engagements, and can even help you with teaching or self-publishing questions. Please contact her at bbfictionpublishing@gmail.com

If you use Greek Myth Comix as a resource, or use any of the other resources in class, consider becoming a patron by clicking the Patreon button below:

You can hear an interview with Jenks on the Coffee and Circuses podcast, available on iTunes, Spotify, and Audioboom below:

Contributing Artists:


Occasionally contributing artist Parham Sorooshian, former Classics student, current comics fan and comic book artist, illustrator and animator.

abbi holt profileOccasionally contributing artist Abbi Holt, middle school teacher in Arlington MA, USA. Her interests include ancient stuff, bikes and creepy art. You can see her Latin teaching resources at her website, Stick Figure Gods.

You can also read more about the myths behind the comics at our Facebook page.https://greekmythcomix.wordpress.com


This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 License.

This means that you are free to share any of our comics (noncommercially) as long as you tell people where they’re from.

That is, you don’t need my permission to post these pictures on your website, just include a link back to this site. You can use them freely, as long as you include the link at the bottom of the comic and do not cut it off, in not-for-profit publications and in publications like blogs, newsletters, and presentations, for example school worksheets and PowerPoints. If you’re not sure whether your use is noncommercial, please email Jenks.

You can now order class sets of the Odyssey Comix right here!

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