Kurt Beaulieu is a Canadian comic artist, who was part of the new Canadian underground movement of the 1990s. Having drawn comics since 1988, he has contributed to a great many fanzines, not only from Quebec, but also the USA and Europe: La Trak, Kollectiv, Mr.Swiz, Fish Piss, Tabasko, China Ink, Slam, Short Fuse, Brain Cell, Broken Pencil, Guillotine, Mon Premier Meurtre / My First Murder, Cretins, Tel Quel, and APA-5. He is one of the main contributors to the magazine Le Trak.
He has contributed hundreds of pages to Mensuhell, Québec's only monthly comic zine, from 1999 until its demise in 2008. He contributed to collectives like Koliphorm, Strip-O-Matic 2, Faster Dynamite, Kill!Kill!, and also published a few other solo zines: 'Lyndon Larouche est Mort pour Vous', 'Le Scénario se Complique' (both 2003) and 'Bilal Sucks. (2004). Beaulieu is the author of the comic books 'Repent Sinners' and 'Glitch' (2 volumes), 'La Pénurie' (2005), 'Le Ministère De La Kultur' (2008), 'Du Beau Gras De Femme' (2011), 'The P' (2012) and 'Cynthia, L'Héroine Qui Vit Des Choses' (2 volumes, 2012-13).