Ali Fitzgerald is a comic artist and writer living in Berlin. She is a regular contributor to the New Yorker and recently began a monthly satirical comic there about America. She has also contributed comics to New York Magazine’s The Cut, Modern Painters, the New York Times, Art-Das Kunst Magazin and Greenpeace Magazine. She wrote and drew the popular webcomic "Hungover Bear and Friends" for McSweeney’s from 2013 to 2016.
Her comics have also appeared in the Huffington Post, Gastronomica, Berlin Quarterly,Bitch, and Varoom Magazine and her artwork has been exhibited extensively in the U.S. and Europe as well as featured in the New York Times, Juxtapoz, Artlies! and Art in America. She has been a regular contributor to the arts e-magazine Art21 since 2010, where she started the column Queer Berlin which explored the queer cultural zeitgeist in Berlin.
Her first book titled, Drawn to Berlin, about teaching comics in refugee shelters and Berlin’s evolving relationship to Bohemia and immigration will be published in October 2018 by Fantagraphics.