London Print Studio Comics Collective

Listen to a recording of two talks by the London Print Studio Comics Collective – Isabel Greenberg, Rachel Emily Taylor, William Goldsmith, Joe Kelly and Freya Harrisson – alongside mentor Karrie Franzman and LPS director John Philips. Karrie and her protégés talk about their work, visiting the Angoulême comics festival in France, the process of getting published and how the internship has improved their artistic practice.
(Introduced and edited by Alex Fitch, recorded by Nicola Streeten)
Running time: 53:56 / recorded 28/02/11+ 10/04/11

London Print Studio Comics Collective logo

London Print Studio Comics Collective logo

Links: London Print Studio Comics Collective blog
London Print Studio website
Panel Borders interviews with Karrie Franzman and Isabel Greenberg

Info about Laydeez do comics

Laydeez do comics: Radio comics and other collaborations

The May 2011 Laydeez do comics meeting features a variety of guests who have an interest in comics and other media / disciplines…

Alex Fitch
Radio interviewer, film reviewer and events organiser.
Alex Fitch hosts the regular comics slot on Resonance 104.4 FM (London) / streamed at http://www.resonancefm.com / podcast after broadcast at http://www.panelborders.wordpress.com

Paula Knight
Illustrator and writer

Jo Tyler
Lecturer and Programme Co-ordinator for the Radio Production degree
at Bournemouth University

Mary Talbot
Academic, writer and consultant. Presently developing a graphic novel dealing with the women’s suffrage movement in the early 20th century.

Bryan Talbot
Writer and artist
Currently working collaboratively on graphic novel ‘Dotter of Her Father’s Eyes’ with Mary Talbot.. To be published by Jonathan Cape.

Monday 23rd March 2011, 6.30 – 9.30pm
The Rag Factory, Heneage Street, off Brick Lane, London

(listen to recordings of previous LDC events at Laydeez do podcasts)

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