There’s a very short interview with me here on Words for Life. They even put me in quotes on their Twitter feed. I’ve never been in quotes before.
I’ve enjoyed the interviews I’ve done with Garen Ewing and Ellen Lindner so much that I’ve followed it up with another – this time it’s cartoonist Joe Decie. I love his sense of humour and his singular art style really sets him apart from the crowd. Take a look!
Dan Berry of the Comics Bureau and creator of brilliant comics such as Onion Soup and Silky Wilson has been posting ‘snapshot’ interviews of various UK comics creators including me. For all the interviews see here.
With that, I’m going to sign off for the remainder of the year – a very Merry Christmas to everybody.
© Ellen Lindner
Next Saturday I’ll be at the Thought Bubble comic festival in Leeds, a great event with a nice mix of mainstream and small press comics. Just the right size to be fun and sociable (and profitable) – I’m really looking forward to it.
As part of the build-up I’ll be posting about a few projects where my comics are appearing, but first I’m turning the focus towards my table-buddy for the day at Leeds: Ellen Lindner.
Ever since I first met Ellen, I’ve been fascinated by her comics work with its variety, dynamism and strength of purpose and so it was a great pleasure to spend some time interviewing her in order to learn more. The resulting discussion was particularly interesting because although I think of Ellen as a friend, I discovered that a lot of assumptions I’d made about her and her work were incorrect. It just shows you should never assume anything, even about those you think you know well.
Make yourself a cup of tea, sit back and read the interview.