“Change Is the Only Thing I Do Like”: An Interview with L. Nichols
Nichols says he’s always drawn – horses and maps were his favorites – but he was introduced to comics while studying mechanical engineering at MIT. Flocks is his autobiographical book about growing up in the South, keeping secrets from his family and church, and coming to terms with his identity first as queer and then… Read more »
“Total Freedom Is Awful”: An Interview with Hope Larson
With a new book landing in stores and a book tour about to begin, Hope Larson talks to Martyn Pedler about the choices she’s made to have an artistic career, and the work that has been produced as a result.
“I Never Felt Like I Had A Style”: An Interview with Charles Forsman
There’s a part of me that wants to constantly relive that because when you’re a teenager your emotions are so raw. You think you have everything figured out, but you’re also so lost and frustrated. I just find it fascinating, and I’m trying to organize that time of my life on paper.