Woodrow Phoenix and Dan Berry talk about the shape of stories, typography, pushing the boundaries of what you can do with comics and an enormous book that you can not buy on Amazon.
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John Porcellino and Dan Berry get together to talk about 25 years of King-Cat Comics and Stories, punk rock, style, sickness and health. John also has a new book coming out imminently from Drawn & Quarterly entitled The Hospital Suite and a US tour, so check both out quick as you can!
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Andrew Fulton and Dan Berry talk about quality of line, thinking with drawing and minicomics. We’ve also teamed up to give one of you listeners the chance to win a year’s subscription to the Minicomic Of The Month Club. All you need to do is go here and fill out your email address by the 20th July to be in with a chance of winning a minicomic delivered through your front door every month for a year!
Jason Shiga and Dan Berry talk about writing stories and the tendency to start writing the biggest stories, money, mathematics and choose your own adventure books. Go and read Jason’s webcomic Demon from ther start here.
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Christopher Butcher, Director of the Toronto Comic Art Festival (amongst other things) talks to Dan Berry about how TCAF works, how his various jobs overlap and what it is like to feel responsible for over 400 cartoonists at the same time.
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Christopher Butcher, as witnessed by Kate Beaton