Podcast

An Update!

Hi. Dan here. So you may have noticed that the podcast has been undergoing some kind of hiatus and has been following an erratic update schedule (to say the least). Here’s a short update where I talk about my recent situation and how I’m interested in developing the show. It’s only a brief update, and I’ll be aiming to be on a more regular schedule from now on, but I need your input. I wrote a version of this over on Patreon, please take a couple of minutes to give it some thought and let me know what you think.

Lucy Knisley

Lucy Knisley and Dan Berry get together to talk about classic cartooning and comic books, growing up in public and preferring to be horizontal.

Please consider supporting the show on Patreon. No episode, no charge, no obligation! $1 per episode isn’t so bad eh?

Music by the astonishing Jim Guthrie.

Edited and Produced by Dan’s tiny* baby** brother Simon Berry. 

Simon would like it known that although he is my younger brother he is both
* taller than me
and
** a full grown adult man.

Christian Ward

Christian Ward and Dan Berry get together to talk about Christian’s journey to, from and back to comics, teaching, storytelling and climbing that ladder.

Please consider supporting the show on Patreon. No episode, no charge, no obligation! $1 per episode isn’t so bad eh?

Music by the astonishing Jim Guthrie.

Edited and Produced by Dan’s tiny* baby** brother Simon Berry. 

Simon would like it known that although he is my younger brother he is both
* taller than me
and
** a full grown adult man.

Ted Brandt & Ro Stein

Ted Brandt & Ro Stein talk to Dan Berry about their creative relationship, reading contracts and taking ownership of a project. Check out their upcoming book ‘Crowded’ in August!

Also be sure to check out Draw the Line, a book of practical advice on political activism featuring artwork from over 100 artists from around the world. Support, get involved, send a tweet, whatever you can!

Joe Decie Returns

Joe Decie and Dan Berry get back together to talk about Joe’s new big book ‘Collecting Sticks’, working with an editor and the drag of pen on paper.

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.