A Clyde Fans Roundtable
Seven comics scholars and Seth experts discuss the long-awaited, twenty-years-in-the-making complete collection of Seth’s Clyde Fans.
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.
Seth’s 2018 Center for Cartoon Studies Commencement Speech
Advice for cartoonists about to enter the profession
THIS WEEK IN COMICS! (7/19/17 – A ball of gold in the sky.)
Sales techniques routinely awry.
Don’t Move: The Still Life of Pete Morisi
Ken Parille explores the work of Pete Morisi, an unsung master of un-action comics . . .
Fact and Fancy in Seth’s G.N.B. Double C
Everybody misunderstands Seth. Popular mythology has pegged the cartoonist as a nostalgist hankering over the lost past. In fact, Seth is a fantastist obsessed not with the world-that-was but rather the world-as-it-might-have-been.
Maurice Sendak: Tributes
Artists and writers comment on one of their own.
Creating a Personal Vernacular Canadian Design Style: The Collected Doug Wright
Book design, narrative, and an unlikely inspiration.
A Chester Brown Notebook
Some notes that try to tease out a fuller account of Chester’s remarkable “comic-strip memoir.”
The ABCs of Autobio Comix
In 1971 Justin Green’s Binky Brown started a revolution. Here’s what happened next.
The Seth Interview
In this interview from TCJ 193 (February 1997), Seth talks developing his aesthetic and style.