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“Time Is Not Enough”: Sloane Leong Talks to Pam-Pam Liu

Leong has been speaking with the her fellow artists-in-residence at the Maison de Auteurs in Angouleme, France. This week, she spoke with Pam-Pam Liu about the comics scene in Taiwan, being “honest” and trying to balance the demands of a life spent drawing all the time. Continue reading

 

“You Could Stand Up a Little Taller”: An Interview with Paige Braddock

Paige Braddock takes Alex Dueben through the history of her groundbreaking Jane’s World comic, her secret career as a novelist, and what it’s like when your day job is Peanuts. Continue reading

 

“You Also Wanna Have a Couple Weirdos”: Sloane Leong Talks to Vincent Kings

Cartoonist and critic Sloane Leong has been speaking with the her fellow artists-in-residence at the Maison de Auteurs in Angouleme, France. This week, she spoke with Vincent Kings about oil painting, Heavy Metal & autobiography. Continue reading

 

He Wanted Her Dead. She Turned It into Art: A Conversation with Vivek Shraya

In Death Threat, Shraya and artist Ness Lee turn a series of transphobic death threats–directed at Shraya herself–into a kaleidoscopic comic. Continue reading

 

“Comics Are the Best Way to Meet My Needs”: Sloane Leong Talks to Pao-yen Ding

Cartoonist and critic Sloane Leong has been speaking with the her fellow artists-in-residence at the Maison de Auteurs in Angouleme, France. This week, she spoke via email with Pao-yen Ding about why he chose comics, his efforts in interpreting his dreams, and how he used the residency. Continue reading

 

“I Left with the Mission to Level Up”: Sloane Leong Talks to Glynnis Fawkes

Cartoonist and critic Sloane Leong has been speaking with the her fellow artists-in-residence at the Maison de Auteurs in Angouleme, France. This week, she’s speaking with Glynnis Fawkes about her comics work on black holes, literary titans and middle grade historical fiction. Continue reading

 

“What’s Next, Walmart?”: An Interview with Mary Fleener

Mary Fleener sits down with Alex Dueben to talk about Bille and the Bee, her wildly unique graphic novel about bees, the environment, and people who don’t pay attention. Continue reading

 

There’s Power in a Name: Seth on His Twenty-Year Project, Clyde Fans

After twenty years, Seth’s Clyde Fans sees publication this month from Drawn & Quarterly. In this extensive conversation, he talks about the story, the work that went into it…as well as David Lynch, likable characters, the mysteries of writing, God & Chester Brown. Continue reading