Nice article about what we get up to at Squishface Studio by Hannah Bambra.
Go have a listen! http://www.noncanonical.com/archive/2012/10/22/noncanonical-131-post-apocalyptic-comics.html
I’m the last book reviewed at 40:27, but you can also hear what they think about Rebecca Clements’ “For You” and Ive Sorocuk’s “Face”.
Hic and Hoc Publications. They’re new, they’re publishers. They like my comic. Don’t know which country they are based in.
Matthew Kirshenblatt writes a beautiful and lengthy review of my comic and has some nice things to say about our conversation at the TCAF afterparty.
National Young Writers’ Festival. I run a workshop about writing grant applications and also step in for Dion Kagan as career advisor for one of the Creative Health Check sessions. The image above is of the Cryptic Crossword workshop (image by Alexandra Neill), which I wasn’t part of, but looks like fun.
Newcastle treated me wonderfully [...]
Drawn From Life
Today volunteers handed out copies of a free comic that features the first collaboration of myself and my husband David Blumenstein. Get yourself a copy and try and pick who drew which bit. If you miss the big handout, you can pick one up at Melbourne Writers Festival venues, [...]
“From 16 July – 14th August 2011 eight cartoonists from Melbourne will vacate their lonely studios to work together at NGV Studio. They will be working on comic art collaborations, D.I.Y. publications, site specific artworks and their own larger projects.”
Location: The corner of the Federation Square Atrium
More about NGV Studio here [...]
I forgot to mention previously than I had a chat with John, Jo and Bernard late last year on their radio show The Comic Spot.
You can listen to it by going to the sidebar on The Comic Spot blog and scrolling through The ComicSpot Player until you get to the one titled “TheComicSpot201020-SarahHowell,DeanRankine”.
Alternatively you can go [...]
Dan Evans and I at the Great Gatsby Ball (photo by Thuy Linh Nguyen).
More from me about the experience when I have my brain back, but in the meantime here are what people are saying about this year’s National Young Writers’ Festival on the interwebs.
Margo Lanogan tells of how her terror turned to triumph, [...]
Here is a recording of me talking at the Tasmania Book Prize forums back in the beginning of April.
I had trouble getting the audio file to play, so leave me a comment if you have any luck!
Back in September the Comic Spot, Melbourne’s 3CR radio’s Australian comics culture show did a feature on the Tasmanian Comics scene.
John Retallick interviews Chris Downes, Matt Coyle and myself.
The podcast is now available on The Comic Spot Blog.