Panel Borders: Myriad Authors – Hannah Eaton and Sabba Khan
April 2, 2020
— Biography and Autobiography
Myriad Authors: In this month’s show, two female artists discuss their forthcoming graphic novels about exclusion and inclusion, inspired by history and untold family traumas. In a Q and A hosted by Alex Fitch and recorded at Cartoon County, Hannah Eaton discusses the folk horror and factual influences on her forthcoming graphic novel Blackwood, and in a presentation recorded at an LDComics event at the Cartoon Museum, Sabba Khan relates how her culture, family history and background as an architect are combined in her forthcoming book Pluralism. Both creators were shortlisted for the First Graphic Novel Competition run by Myriad Editions, and will see their books published by the company over the next year.
Partially broadcast 1st April 2020 on Resonance 104.4 FM / DAB (London)
For more audio formats to download and stream, please visit archive.org
Links: Sabba Khan’s website
Info about Sabba Khan on the Jerwood Arts website
Info about Hannah Eaton on Myriad Editions website
youtube video of Michael Bakewell on the unsolved murder of Charles Walton at Meon Hill
Listen to previous interviews with Hannah Eaton
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