Author Archives: Annie Mok

“If Anything, The Book Would Be Longer”: A Conversation With Kelsey Wroten

Annie Mok catches up with cartoonist Kelsey Wroten, about their graphic novel Cannonball, the struggle between legible cartoons and artistic expression, and the lack of athletic style benchmarks in the creative arts. Continue reading

 

“We’re All Writing About Ourselves on Some Level”: A Conversation with Sophie Yanow

Talking to the creator of War of Streets and Houses about art styles, the dangers of navel-gazing memoir, and her webcomic, The Contradictions. Continue reading

 

“Uhhh I Haven’t Heard This, About Me Being an Artistic Hero Haha”: A Conversation with Mickey Zacchilli

Catching up with the cartoonist behind such punk romantic works as Rav, Lovers Only, and Space Academy 123. Continue reading

 

Exploring a Specific, Lonely Psychic Wound: A Conversation with Yumi Sakugawa

The creator of Fashion Forecasts and I Think I Am in Friend-Love with You talks self-help, self-publishing, and collaboration. Continue reading

 

“A Process Not a Product”: An Interview with Ronald Wimberly

The creator of Prince of Cats and Black History in Its Own Words talks about his new magazine, art school, animation, and Walt Disney. Continue reading

 

An Interview with Iasmin Omar Ata

Talking to Iasmin Omar Ata’s sbout their debut graphic novel Mis(h)adra, adapted from their webcomic of the same name. Continue reading

 

An Interview with Sophia Foster-Dimino

Discussing comics and power with the author of Sex Fantasy. Continue reading

 

A Talk with Gabrielle Bell

Annie Mok interviews Gabrielle Bell about diaries, metacognition, and more. Continue reading