Panel Borders: The work of David Baillie
February 19, 2009
— Indie Comics month
The work of David Baillie
Originally broadcast 19/02/09 as an episode of Strip! on Resonance 104.4 FM
Continuing Indie comics month on Panel Borders: Alex Fitch talks to writer and artist David Baillie about his experiences in the comics industry. David has been self publishing comics since the beginning of the 2000s and has recently produced his first graphic novel – Tongue of the dead – a pastiche and welcome update of 1970s and 80s Sword and Sorcery comics such as Conan the Barbarian. David also has worked as a comics commentator for various publications, is working on a 3D site specific graphic novel with Daniel Merlin Goodbrey displayed on the walls of a children’s hospital in France and has just seen his first “Future Shock” published in the venerable British periodical 2000AD.
To download or stream the show in a variety of different formats, please visit the home of this episode at www.archive.org
Links: David’s website and blog
The first page of David’s Future Shock at the Forbidden Planet International blog
David’s 24 minute comic on flickr
Short fiction by David at the daily writing blog “Elephant Words”
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Brighton ‘zine fest February 2008
…will be taking place over the weekend of 21st/22nd February. Workshops, talks and bands will be on the Saturday (@ The Cowley Club) and zine stalls, acoustic acts and a few other mystery things will be on the Sunday (@ West Hill Hall).
More info at www.brightonzinefest.co.uk