Abridged Classics: Summaries of Books You Were Supposed to Read (But Probably Didn’t)
Wrong Hands illustrator John Atkinson blends cartoons, literature, and humor in his new book, Abridged Classics.
Draw The Line: Bringing Comic Artists Together to Effect Positive Political Change
The founder of the Draw The Line comics site talks about how the project expanded into a global effort.
Text, Don’t Call: An Interview with Introvert and Cartoonist Aaron Caycedo-Kimura
An interview with an introvert and author of Text, Don’t Call: An Illustrated Guide to the Introverted Life.
“The Backfire Effect” Is the Cognitive Concept of the Moment
Listen to the podcast that inspired a popular comic about changing one’s beliefs.
Mansfield and Me: Sarah Laing on Comics, Her Graphic Memoir, and New Zealand
Acclaimed New Zealand fiction writer and comic artist Sarah Laing chats about her graphic memoir, Mansfield and Me.
Critical Geekery: Talking Representation in Pop Culture with the Nerds of Color
The writers at The Nerds of Color discuss their favorite shows, shifts in the media landscape, and supporting inclusive entertainment.
One Panel at a Time: Illustrating Mental Illness at Depression Comix
At Depression Comix, artist Clay Jonathan explores life with mental illness.
Cartoonist Drew Dernavich on Humor, Craft, and Drawing for The New Yorker
A conversation with award-winning cartoonist Drew Dernavich, who was involved with two book projects recently, including his first children’s book.
Art, Food, and Existential Crises: The World of Banal Muffins
An illustrated interview with artist and musician Chris Sav, the creator of the blog Banal Muffins and “boy band” Chris and the Celeriac.
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