Panel Borders and other podcasts

Panel Borders and other podcasts

Podcasts, radio shows, writing and more by Alex Fitch

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Panel Borders: Young British Webcomic creators

March 3, 2013 3 Comments

Webcomics by Richy K. Chandler, Zarina Liew, Nich Angell,.Namiiebim and John Allison

Webcomics by Richy K. Chandler, Zarina Liew, Nich Angell,.Namiiebim and John Allison

Young British Webcomic creators: In the first of a series of shows, Alex Fitch talks to young British webcomic creators about their work. In a Q and A recorded at Comica Comiket (2011), John Allison discusses his webcomic Bad Machinery, and, as we draw to the end of the first Webcomic Artist Swap Project week (February 25th – March 3rd, 2013), Nich Angell (Cat and Meringue), Zarina Liew (Le Mime), Naniiebim (Mephistos) and project originator Richy K. Chandler (Lucy the Octopus), talk about their musical chairs experiment (more…)

Today’s show: Young British Webcomic creators

March 3, 2013 1 Comment

This evening at 6pm on Resonance 104.4 FM, Panel Borders: Young British Webcomic creators

Webcomics by Richy K. Chandler, Zarina Liew, Nich Angell,.Namiiebim and John Allison

Webcomics by Richy K. Chandler, Zarina Liew, Nich Angell,.Namiiebim and John Allison

In the first of a series of shows looking at comics serialised on the internet, Alex Fitch talks to a quintet of young British webcomic creators about their work. In a Q and A recorded at Comica Comiket (2011), John Allison discusses his webcomic Bad Machinery, his reasons for choosing the internet as a form of delivery and the lessons he’s learned as a comic book creator over the last decade.

Also, as we draw to the end of the first Webcomic Artist Swap Project week (February 25th – March 3rd, 2013), Nich Angell (Cat and Meringue), Zarina Liew (Le Mime), Naniiebim (Mephistos) and project originator Richy K. Chandler (Lucy the Octopus), talk about their musical chairs experiment which saw thirteen creators write and draw each others’ strips in order to bring new readers to stories they may not have previously encountered, and raise awareness of the British webcomic scene in general.

6pm, Sunday 3rd March 2013 / repeated 4.30pm, Tuesday 5th March, Resonance 104.4 FM (London) / streamed at www.resonancefm.com / podcast after broadcast at www.panelborders.wordpress.com (more…)

Panel Borders: Depicting the personal

April 15, 2012 6 Comments

Paintings by Josephine King on display in Riflemaker Gallery / panel from Please God, find me a husband! by Simone Lia

Paintings by Josephine King on display in Riflemaker Gallery / panel from Please God, find me a husband! by Simone Lia

Depicting the personal: Continuing our month of shows looking at British comics, we have a pair of interviews about artists who examine their personal life and feelings as a subject for their art. Cartoonist Richy K. Chandler talks to Simone Lia about her new graphic novel, Please God, find me a husband!, which explores Simone’s faith and search for a partner. Critic and writer Columba Quigley talks to fine artist Josephine King about her paintings which combine self portrait with text and references to Renaissance narrative art.
Originally broadcast 15/04/12 onĀ Resonance 104.4 FM

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Links: Simone Lia / Cabanon Press publishing websites
Interview with Josephine King in The Independent (more…)