Author Archives: Annie Mok

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

 

Tillie Walden

Tillie Walden is a young Texas-based cartoonist who has three graphic novellas from UK’s Avery Hill Publishing to her name (The End of Summer in 2015 and I Love This Part and A City Inside in 2016), as well as her upcoming graphic … Continue reading

 

An Interview with Maré Odomo

A conversation with Maré Odomo, a young Seattle-based cartoonist who’s just released their largest work to date, Late Bloomer. Continue reading

 

“The Starting Point”: An Interview with Julie Doucet

Cars, collage, and reading loud with the Montreal-based artist. Continue reading