Author Archives: Alex Dueben

“After I Failed to Die”: An Interview with Katherine Collins (Part Two)

In this installment, the Neil the Horse creator explains the treatment she received from the comics community after her transition, her struggles with illness, and her post-comics career. Continue reading

 

“Whatever Came to Mind”: An Interview with Katherine Collins (Part One)

In the first installment of a two-part interview, the Neil the Horse creator talks about Neil, the mistaken notion that she’s nostalgic, her early career in radio, and being part of a matrilineal line of Canadian cartoonists. Continue reading

 

An Interview with Kevin Pyle

The cartoonist, whose latest book is Migrant, talks to Alex Dueben about comics as a vehicle for social consciousness. Continue reading

 

An Interview with José Muñoz

Politics, crime, and jazz with the master cartoonist. Continue reading

 

An Interview with David Wiesner

The award-winning children’s book illustrator on publishing his first graphic novel. Continue reading

 

“What I Detest Most of All is Boredom in Work”: An Interview with Sandrine Revel

A chat with the French cartoonist and illustrator of Glenn Gould: A Life Off Tempo. Continue reading

 

An Interview with Kerascoët

Chatting with the creators of Dungeon: Twilight, Miss Don’t Touch Me, Beautiful Darkness, and Paul and Antoinette. Continue reading

 

Edward Sorel on Mary Astor, Hollywood, and Operatic Gestures

Checking in with the author of Mary Astor’s Purple Diary. Continue reading