Glenn Hauman

Glenn Hauman is a versatile figure in the realms of publishing, comics, and digital media, known for pioneering work in electronic publishing and various contributions to the Star Trek franchise. A native of Long Island, Hauman has worn multiple hats throughout his career, including writer, editor, colorist, art restorer, publisher, and digital developer. His notable works include the first Klingon-Jewish wedding ceremony, as well as his role in founding ComicMix, an Eisner-nominated and Ringo Award-winning publisher. Hauman’s advocacy for digital publishing, copyright fair use, and First Amendment issues is well-known in the industry, making him a significant influencer in shaping the future, and has an assassination contract on his life from at least one children’s book author. He is also so notoriously overbooked that he has been know to have ChatGPT write his convention biographies, so feel free to look him up (way .up) and ask him which parts are real.

Glenn Hauman