I realised that a bunch of people I’ve interviewed over the years will be at TCAF this year. TCAF is one of my all-time favourite shows, and Toronto is one of my all-time favourite places largely because it is full of some of my all-time favourite people. Even if, like me, you can’t make it this year, check out these shows from the past few years.
Hopefully this helps you connect with and discover some great creators. If I’ve missed anyone, drop me a line and I’ll get it updated.
Annie Koyama of Koyama Press and Dan Berry get together to talk about how publishing works, the life of a book, howRead more.
Becca Tobin and Dan Berry talk tools, fluidity, sandwiches and pagefright. Check out this episode! →Read more.
Box Brown and Dan Berry sit down to chat about the links between storytelling and wrestling, getting into drawing comics and theRead more.
Britt Wilson and Dan Berry talk about process, loosening up, being particular and having good taste. Check out this episode!Read more.
Dan Berry speaks with Walking Dead artist Charlie Adlard about his process, how he got started in the comics industryRead more.
Christopher Butcher, Director of the Toronto Comic Art Festival (amongst other things) talks to Dan Berry about how TCAF works, how hisRead more.
Dustin Harbin and Dan Berry talk at length about doing art better, what the proper collective noun for a groupRead more.
Eleanor Davis talks from the comfort and security of a blanket fort to Dan Berry about hard work, getting betterRead more.
Evan Dahm and Dan Berry talk world building, hiding your compromises, maintaining consistency, making comics and then telling everybody about those comics. Check outRead more.
James Albon and Dan Berry get together to talk about education, creative processes and what a style is & whatRead more.
Jesse Jacobs and Dan Berry’s conversation about process, stories, sketchbooks and wilderness confection is made all the more dramatic by being recordedRead more.
Jillian Tamaki and Dan Berry talk amongst other things about ideas, the evolution of a style and faith. Check out the PatreonRead more.
Joe Decie talks to Dan Berry about his partially true autobiographical comics, whether or not he really has a dog,Read more.
Joe Decie Returns
Joe Decie and Dan Berry get back together to talk about Joe’s new big book ‘Collecting Sticks’, working with anRead more.
John Martz and Dan Berry talk about his work, tools, the differences between intuitive and planned drawing and the influential illustrationRead more.
John Martz & Dustin Harbin talk to Dan Berry about the worst, most hackneyed interview question you can ask a creative person. IRead more.
Kevin Huizenga and Dan Berry talk about rituals, creativity and process. Check out the Patreon campaign and help support the show! Download this episode →Read more.
Michael Deforge and Dan Berry chat about his approach to drawing and writing, the development of his style and hisRead more.
Neil Slorance and Dan Berry sit down to talk about process, working with a writer, reviews and being part of a creativeRead more.
Ngozi Ukazu and Dan Berry get together to talk about building an audience, building your ability and attracting the muse.Read more.
Noah Van Sciver
Noah Van Sciver and Dan Berry talk about selling books, style, planning a project and money. http://traffic.libsyn.com/mitte/142_maketell_noah_van_sciver.mp3Podcast: Play in newRead more.
Patrick Crotty of Peow! Studios and Dan Berry talk about publishing and running a print shop, starting small, money and marketing. Check outRead more.
Phil McAndrew and Dan Berry talk about pitching a tv show, the similarities between working with an idea and squishing a bug andRead more.
Ryan North and Dan Berry talk about writing Dinosaur Comics comic for ten years, writing the Adventure Time comics, theRead more.
Simon Hanselmann and Dan Berry get together to talk about food colouring, rivalries, crossdressing and the idea of your careerRead more.
Sloane Leong and Dan Berry get together to talk about finding and keeping an audience, getting brutal criticism and what you think aboutRead more.