Interviews-A-Plenty

Yowza. I've been interviewed twice in the past week and a half! 

I already mentioned Interview #1 here on Saturday, but just in case you missed it, it can be read at Best of Columbus, which is a new-ish website showing off what cool stuff & people Columbus has to offer. 

Interview # 2 was conducted & filmed at Packrat Comics in Hilliard, OH just this past Sunday while I was hanging out with my cartoonist friends from the Sunday Comix group

And both interviews mention my Kickstarter Campaign

 

Who's the BEST?

Well, if you know me, then you know that I'm not a bragger--but I am proud of what I comics I make and I DO have a tendency to talk a LOT about them. 

So I looove interviews.

I recently spent a little time with Emily Journey of the Best of Columbus website answering her questions about my work habits, Blink, Kickstarter and what makes Columbus so awesomesauce. Why not head over there for a looksee, alright?

Graphic Novel Writers' Roundtable

On October 5, local comics writers Ken Eppstein,  Dara Naraghi and myself were interviewed by Doug Dangler for the WRITERS TALK program.  If I understand this correctly, WT is put together by the Center for the Study and Teaching of Writing (which is an interdisciplinary support and research unit in The Ohio State University's College of Arts and Sciences, Division of Art and Humanities).  >whew<

The interview is available in audio as well as video.  If you want to jump straightaway to "the egomaniac's" segment, click on the video below.  But please watch the entire 29 minute show; I mean--c'mon-- how often do you see Columbus comics creators (whose initials aren't J.S.) interviewed?  It's all pretty keen and I'm grateful to have been asked to participate.