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“An Incredible Feeling of Purpose”: An Interview with Ellen Forney

Ellen Forney’s Rock Steady is the first of its kind–and that’s partly because there’s never been anything quite like it: a how-to-survive manual in graphic novel form. Continue reading

 

“Your Own Terms At Your Own Pace”: An Interview with David Nuss

Dave Nuss spoke with Alex Dueben about the ups, downs, lefts and rights of Revival House Press, and what the future looks like for the respected micro-publisher. Continue reading

 

An Interview with Gary Thompson

Dead Reckoning’s Gary Thompson speaks about the war comics they just published, the war comics they’ve got coming, and what they like about war comics in general. Continue reading

 

“Things Have Shifted”: An Interview with Liza Donnelly

Liza Donnelly talks about her career at The New Yorker, the “Funny Ladies” show at the Society of Illustrators, and what you do next when you break your drawing arm. Continue reading

 

“I Didn’t Want to Draw a Psychological Portrait of These Men I Despise”: An Interview with Catherine Meurisse

A frank and searing conversation with Charlie Hebdo cartoonist Catherine Meurisse about her graphic memoir, Lightness, recently translated for English readers. Continue reading

 

“I Thought It Was A Choice”: An Interview with Liana Finck

Liana Finck uncovers the true story behind her acclaimed comics memoir, Passing From Human, what it’s like to be Insta-famous, and her feminist awakening, which came mid-book. Continue reading

 

“I’m Well Past the Point Where I Need Comics to Love Me Back”: An Interview with Joe Casey & Ian MacEwan

Sean Witzke in conversation with writer Joe Casey and artist Ian MacEwan about the nitty gritty of career building, the processing of influence and their new comics collaboration, MCMLXXV. Continue reading

 

“It’s Going to Be 600 Pages Long”: An Interview with Jason Lutes

In this extensive conversation with Josh Kramer, cartoonist Jason Lutes reckons with the twenty years of cartooning it took for him to reach the conclusion of his epic graphic novel, Berlin. Continue reading