Panel Borders and other podcasts

Panel Borders and other podcasts

Podcasts, radio shows, writing and more by Alex Fitch

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Today’s show: Young Graphic Novelists

October 9, 2011

Tonight on Resonance FM

Panel Borders: Young Graphic Novelists

Excerpts from A taste of Chlorine by Bastien Vivès and Everything we miss by Luke Pearson

Excerpts from A taste of Chlorine by Bastien Vivès and Everything we miss by Luke Pearson

Continuing New British Comics month on Panel Borders in its new Sunday night slot, Alex Fitch talks to French graphic novelist Bastien Vivès about the recent British reprint of his book Le goût du chlore: A taste of Chlorine and to small press creator Luke Pearson about his haunting novella, Everything we miss.

8pm, Sunday 9nd October, Resonance 104.4 FM (London) / streamed at / extended podcast after broadcast at

Links: French Wikipedia page on Bastien Vivès
Info on A taste of Chlorine at
Luke Pearson’s website
Buy Everything we miss from Nobrow Press

Recommended events:

BD Passion comics festival at the Institute Francais

Taking place at the Institute Francais, Kensington, 7th-9th October, this new festival celebrating European comics, in association with Comica, presents talks, panel discussions and demonstrations by the finest comic book writers and artists from both sides of the channel.
Guests include Dave Gibbons (Watchmen), China Miéville (Kraken), Audrey Niffenegger (The Time Traveler’s Wife), Bryan Talbot (Grandville), Yves Sente and André Juillard (Blake & Mortimer), Jean-Claude Mézières (Valérian & Laureline), Benoît Sokal (Canardo), Catel & Bocquet (Kiki de Montparnasse), Bastien Vivès (The Taste of Chlorine), Oscar Zárate (A Small Killing), Asterix translator Anthea Bell, comics guru Paul Gravett (1001 Comics You Must Read Before You Die) and more!

For more info, please visit:

Raindance Film Festival screening: The Kingdom of Survival – Sunday 9th October, 2.15pm

Hit the outlaw highway with M.A Littler as he explores modern skepticism in America with the likes of Noam Chomsky, Will Taylor and Joe Bagean. Stylishly constructed, the film uses music and archive footage to great effect and seems a personal odyssey for the filmmaker. It is a journey on which he expects no easy answers, and the film offers none, rather focussing on the general idea that there are alternatives to our current situation.

Following the film Alex Fitch (Electric Sheep Magazine) will be conducting a Q & A on stage with the film’s director, M.A Littler.

Screening at the Apollo Piccadilly Cinema, Lower Regent Street. Nearest tube: Piccadilly Circus

More info at


SCI-FI-LONDON Oktoberfest 2011 London SF and Fantasy premieres and screenings include:

Sun, 9/10/2011:
2:30PM – By Day and by Night
4:45PM – HellDriver
7:30PM – Angels & Airwaves Love

All screenings are taking place at the ODEON Camden, 14 The Parkway, London NW1 7AA.

Plus events at the Camden Cyber Market, 211 Camden High Street, all weekend, including face painting, tech and toy demos, manga workshops and much more.

For full info, please go to


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