Dan

AT TCAF!

The Toronto Comic Art Festival takes place on the 9th & 10th May and I’ll be going! Here is a list of former Make/Tell interviewees that will also be exhibiting. I hope I’ve not missed anyone off! Listen to their interviews and then go along (if you can) and say hello! I’m there as part of ‘It’s Nice Out’ a showcase of commissioned work from the Lakes International Comic Art Festival, showing off some stuff I’ve been woking on and launching the 24 by 7 book collecting 7 24 hour comics I edited last year. I’m really looking forward to it!

Kristyna Baczynski (interview here)

Box Brown (interview here)

Christopher Butcher (interview here)

Eleanor Davis (interview here)

Joe Decie (interview here)

Michael Deforge (interview here)

Oliver East (interview here)

Jonathan Edwards (interview here)

Hunt Emerson (interview here)

Felt Mistress (interview here)

Jess Fink (interview here)

Dustin Harbin (interview here, here)

Jesse Jacobs (interview here)

Cathy G. Johnson (interview here)

Annie Koyama (interview here)

Patrick Kyle (interview here)

Joe List (interview here)

John Martz (interview here)

Phil McAndrew (interview here)

Scott McCloud (interview here)

Simon Moreton (interview here)

John Porcellino (interview here)

Jason Shiga (interview here)

Neil Slorance (interview here)

Jillian Tamaki (interview here)

Transcriptions are here!

Big news! I’m delighted to say that new episodes of the show are going to be transcribed by the amazing and very talented Renée Goulet. To see her in action, check out the transcript of the interview with Christopher Butcher.

Why is this big news? It means that the interviews and the many varied nuggets of wisdom, mirth and advice that they contain are going to be available in a more flexible format to a wider audience, not just people that do or can listen to podcasts. It means that they are a resource that will be searchable, accessible, quotable, easy to reference, share and fairly straightforward to mangle into a different language through something like Google Translate. It means the podcast has evolved into something more useful to more people than ever before.

This is all made possible thanks to the people who donate to the show through Patreon. It would simply not happen without financial support from the community that Make It Then Tell Everybody serves. Transcribing audio is not cheap, and when you have a back catalogue of audio interviews 3 or 4 days in length to transcribe, it is restrictively expensive for me.

At present I can only really afford to get new episodes of the show transcribed. I want to set Renée to work transcribing the back catalogue, so please head to the Patreon site for the show and sign up to donate a dollar or two per episode to help us do this. I need you. If everyone that listened donated one dollar per episode, it would financially cover the cost of transcribing everything many, many times over. It doesn’t take everyone, it’d only take a tiny proportion of Make/Tell listeners to make this work, and a modest proportion of listeners to make it a roaring success! Strength in numbers! Get enough tiny droplets and you have a whole ocean! If Patreon isn’t your thing, or you want to make a one-off donation, you can do so here through Paypal.

I know that this is something that not everyone might be in a financial position to do, so instead perhaps help spread the word. Telling people about the show and what we are trying to do is just as valuable to me.

I’m so proud of the podcast and I am so excited about what the coming year is going to bring.