Comics Academia

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1JjPgActRkSaGm1gf6tAlyRB09lUcQPm3/view?usp=sharing One of my first comic studies professors comes to see the results of his work. I consider him an underrated voice in comics academia and his book Korean War Comic Books turned out to be the perfect book to get the conversation going. It’s a little rare, but I do recommend finding it if […]

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1c2I6JkVAXouG2kGKTrFHkQGxOX4Z8cD6/view?usp=sharing My interview with Dr. Kacy McKinney, who explains her most recent collaborative project: Changing the Narrative: Collaborative Comics on Student Homelessness and Housing Instability. I want to thank Dr. McKinney for her patience, presence, and eagerness to do this interview with me. I really wanted people to make it to the gallery while it […]

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1BCVL2uurcwMZwYjBnb480B46lVcey_z3/view?usp=sharing Diana Schutz is a legend in both Comics Academia and Comics publishing. She’s worked in comics for forty years and has a lot of stories that I could listen to all day (and trust me I tried), sadly the interview went a little over time so if you listen closely you’ll hear where I […]

Today, my guest is Dr. Susan Kirtley, founder and director of Portland State University’s Comic Studies program, Eisner winning author of Typical Girls, and Lynda Barry. Episode Link Kirtley is always a familiar face in any comics event at PSU and I was amazed at how much time and energy she put into my humble […]


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