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.
Joe has a new book out soon – Collecting Sticks. Go to the Launch Party at Gosh! Comics in London on the 13th March if that is something that is still in the future and you can plan to do so.
Noah Van Sciver and Dan Berry talk about selling books, style, planning a project and money.
Declan Shalvey was first interviewed for this podcast about 3 and a half years ago. Declan and Dan catch up and talk about money, workloads, getting credit for your hard work and betraying all your childhood dreams.
It’s been a while since the podcast was updated and I want to apologise for that. Stick around all the way to the end of this episode to hear me talk about it.
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In a bit of a departure from our regular programming, I’m delighted to present a video edition of Make/Tell. This was recorded at my work, the School of Creative Arts, Glyndwr University where I run a degree course in illustration, graphic novels & children’s publishing.
Chris Riddell came over to talk to me about being Children’s Laureate, getting his big break and drawing nine thousand manga cockroaches.
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Lucy Bellwood and Dan Berry talk about other people’s audiences, what makes a project scary and being accountable.
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