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Panel Borders: New Small Press anthologies

October 23, 2011

Panel Borders:

New Small Press anthologies

Originally broadcast 23/10/11 on Resonance FM

Cover of dot Comics and interior page by Josceline Fenton, ink+PAPER and interior page by Barnaby Richards

Cover of dot Comics and interior page by Josceline Fenton, ink+PAPER and interior page by Barnaby Richards

Continuing our month of shows about new British comics, Alex Fitch chats to the editors of two new Small Press anthologies which are launching next month. Mike Medaglia talks about Dot Comics, an anthology title he edits with Elliot Baggott which collects the best examples of online web comics onto the printed page, with the first issue including extracts from Tozo: The Public Servant, Josceline Fenton’s Hemlock and Philippa Rice’s My Cardboard Life. The author of the first of those strips is our second guest this week as David O’Connell talks about his new anthology project ink+PAPER, which will showcase new work by Barnaby Richards, Ellen Lindner, Lizz Lunney, Hugh “Shug” Raine, Cliodhna Lyons, Dan Berry, Joe Decie and many more.

For more info and a variety of formats you can stream or listen to this podcast in, please visit the home of this episode at www.archive.org

Links: dot Comics and Mike Medagliafacebook pages
Wet Ashes web comic by Mike Medaglia and Lisa Woynarski

ink+PAPER website
Tozo: The Public Servant web comic by David O’Connell
David’s blog www.scribblehound.com

Electric Sheep Magazine illustration by Mike Medaglia and comic strip review by David O’Connell

Recommended events:

Mike and Laura Allred signing

At Orbital Comics on Great Newport Street in London, on Sunday 29th October, Mike and Laura Allred will be doing a signing of their work, including the pop art classics Madman and X-Statics

5pm, 29th October, Orbital Comics, 8 Great Newport Street

Nobrow anthology launch

On Thursday November 3rd at the impossibly fashionable bar Jaguar Shoes, 32 Kingsland Rd, Shoreditch, the pubishers of Luke Pearson’s books Nowbrow press will be launching their new anthology from 6.30pm.

More info: www.comicafestival.com

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Good episode. Nice to see all these new anthologies coming out of London. Seems as though there wasn’t a place for creators to submit ‘alternative’ comics short stories a few years ago, now there’s tonnes.

Keep up the good work Mr Fitch!

corbanwilkin

October 29, 2011

P.S. I’m one of your regular listeners. I listen to every episode of Panel Borders but I haven’t commented until now :)

corbanwilkin

October 29, 2011

Cool! Always glad to have feedback… Yeah, all of a sudden there are loads of new anthologies – the two we discussed in the show, Paper Science, Solipsistic Pop and The Comix Reader over the last year or so; Semiotic Cohesion is still going; and there are two new news-stand ones – Strip and The Phoenix – coming soon…

alexfitch

October 29, 2011

Your stuff looks really good, by the way. Have we met at Comica Social?

alexfitch

October 29, 2011

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  1. Sneak Peek: Philippa Rice and Julia Homersham | ink+PAPER reblogged this and added:

    […] In other news, I was interviewed at my own kitchen table by the marvellous Alex Fitch for his Resonance FM radio show on comics, Panel Borders. You can hear me talk a bit about ink+PAPER and also hear super chap Mike Medaglia talk about his latest project showcasing webcomics, Dot Comics. Download the podcast here. […]

  2. Comics podcasts | Panel Borders and other podcasts reblogged this and added:

    […] they Love Me) – interview by Dickon Harris Steve Marchant (Cartoon Classroom / Stupidface) Mike Medaglia (Dot Comics) Bevis Musson (Queen of Diamonds) Kala Newman (Impulsive Random Pattern) – […]

  3. Comics podcasts | Panel Borders and other podcasts reblogged this and added:

    […] they Love Me) – interview by Dickon Harris Steve Marchant (Cartoon Classroom / Stupidface) Mike Medaglia (Dot Comics) Bevis Musson (Queen of Diamonds) Kala Newman (Impulsive Random Pattern) – […]

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