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A podcast discussing comics in historical + educational contexts. Updates first Friday of every month, visit for more.

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Artwork for Drawing a Dialogue

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I have had the pleasure of teaching a wonderful group of grad students this year in Boston University’s new Visual Narrative MFA program! The courses I teach are the thesis studios, so we worked together all year developing their final thesis project... more

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Seosamh aka Joe is a butch trans painter, a hypertext enthusiast, and author of dark, surreal, and intimate worlds of denim, leather, and gloss. Among other projects, he and his partner Anka are proud co-authors of the ongoing sci-fi comic, SUPERPOSE... more

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Sunmi is a cartoonist whose body of work explores emotional distances and gender deviant fantasies, within a framework of queer + Korean histories and mythologies. This interview is the second of our exciting new series supporting remus’ PhD disserta... more

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  • Thanks so much!

    I’ve learned tons as a cartoonist and student, and I love the depth and detail. Would you consider doing an episode on the cyborg manifesto? I feel like the concepts explored there are kind of hard to enter for those less well versed but has a lot of potential crossover with comics and pedagogy.

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    United States2 years ago
  • Thank you!

    I love this podcast so much! It’s so well researched and informative and Cathy and Remus are lovely. I’ve found this content especially helpful as a college student and an art maker but I recommend it to just about anybody.

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    United States4 years ago
  • Essential podcast

    So grateful I found this podcast! The speakers are incredibly talented and knowledgeable. Please never stop <3

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    United Kingdom4 years ago
  • Found it!

    If you’re a comic creator, illustrator, art student, and care about how your work functions (and not just how it looks), this podcast is for you. I was inspired by the first episode I listened to, and none have disappointed since. As a comic creator, looking for podcasts from the creator’s perspective is tough. You have to sift through hundreds of Marvel Fanboy podcasts to find one podcast that actually talks about the creation of comics (and it might not even be a good one). This is a podcast i... more

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    United Kingdom5 years ago
  • Demasculinized readings into comics

    Researched conversations on persons, events, and ideas through the history of comics. While comics is not a new medium, scholarly work in the field has long lacked accessibility, leading to a lack of attention. Their work to illuminate through the mass density of pages and to amplify the conditions of marginalized artists is vital.

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    thom bjork
    United States6 years ago

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