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Drawing a Dialogue

Cathy G. Johnson + e jackson
EducationCoursesArtsVisual Arts

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


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Latest Episodes

Episode 42: A chatty episode, remus and Cathy have a conversation catching up about life! remus shares where they are in regards to academia, new jobs and healing, and Cathy talks about finding balance. Also, are they making comics right now or what?... more

a month ago

Episode 41: In this episode, Cathy shares her graphic novels of the year! Cathy served as a judge for the LA Times Book Prize in the Graphic Novel/Comics category, and will be talking about the nominees and winner, as well as a few other favorites th... more

2 months ago

Episode 40: In this episode, remus shares how to do your own research! Learn best research practices, what’s up with academic publishing, and where to get your information… for free heheh. For episode citation: more

3 months ago


4.7 out of 5 stars from 39 ratings
  • 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.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 months 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.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • Essential podcast

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

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom2 years ago
  • wow

    Alex Rickert
    3 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

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom3 years ago

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