Panel Borders: The Inking Woman
April 2, 2018
— Women in Comics
The Inking Woman: To celebrate the release of “The Inking Woman – 250 years of Women Cartoon and Comic Artists in Britain”, published by Myriad Editions, three of the participants in the book talk about their work and love of the medium. Alex Fitch talks to Sandi Toksvig, a patron of the Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation, and to artist The Surreal McCoy who was the artist in residence during Sandi’s lunchtime show on LBC Radio and is a cartoonist for The Sunday Times and The Independent.
Also, in a talk given at Central St. Martin’s School of Art and chaired by comics scholar Guy Lawley, Rachael House discusses her involvement with the queer ‘zine movement over the last twenty years and beyond.
Originally broadcast 7th March 2018 on Resonance 104.4 FM / DAB (London)
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Links: Links: Buy The Inking Woman collection from Myriad Editions
Listen to Alex’s interview with The Surreal McCoy about her graphic novel The Wolf of Baghdad
Info about The Cartoon Museum, where The Inking Woman exhibtion was held
The Surreal McCoy’s website
Sandi Toksvig’s website
Rachael House’s website
Info about the Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation
Info about the Frame:Works event at Central St. Martins