Category Archives: Festival recordings

Alison Bechdel

Listen to an episode of the Laydeez do comics podcast, recorded at Comica Festival 2012 – graphic novelist Alison Bechdel reads from her new book Are you my mother? and answers questions from the audience about her debut Fun Home, … Continue reading

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The problem with autobiography

Listen to a panel discussion recorded at the First Fiction festival, Sussex University, January 2012. Author Sue Eckstein discusses the problems inherent in creating autobiographies with graphic novelists Nicola Streeten and Anuerin Wright and how creators can subvert and overcome … Continue reading

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Dotter of her fathers eyes

Listen to a recording of Nicola Streeten interviewing Bryan and Mary Talbot about their forthcoming graphic novel, Dotter of Her Father’s Eyes, which contrasts two coming of age narratives: Lucia, daughter of James Joyce, and author Mary Talbot, daughter of … Continue reading

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Judith Vanistendael: Dance by the light of the moon

Listen to a Q and A recorded at Bar Music Hall in East London as part of Comica Festival, 2010, Paul Gravett talks to Flemish cartoonist Judith Vanistendael about her semi-autobiographical graphic novel Dance by the light of the moon, … Continue reading

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Manga Jiman

Listen to a panel discussion recorded at the London Science Film Festival in April, Zarina Liew (Runner-up 2009/2010), Yuri Kore (Winner 2009/2010), Clio Millett (Winner 2010/2011) – of the Japanese Embassy’s ‘Manga Jiman’ (Pride in Manga) competition join Karen Rubins … Continue reading

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Female Publishers and their work

Listen to a pair of recordings from August and January 2011, as we explore the work of female comic book publishers and their work in the medium. In a Q and A recorded at the Imperial War Museum, Alex Fitch … Continue reading

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