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Author News & Interviews

Interview: David B., author of Nocturnal Conspiracies

Dec 1, 2008

For decades, David B. (pen name of creator David Beauchard) has been recording his dreams. Usually violent, sometimes dark and complex, and always fascinating as stories in their own right, his dreams have been collected into the eerie collection Nocturnal Conspiracies.

Interview: Nate Powell, author of Swallow Me Whole

Oct 29, 2008

Nate Powell jumped into the comics business at the ripe old age of 14, when he began self-publishing his work in the early ’90s. A decade and a half later, Powell continues to be an innovator in the field, as well as a punk musician and the owner of an independent punk music label.

Interview: Frank Beddor, author of Hatter M: The Looking Glass Wars, Volume One

Oct 16, 2008

Frank Beddor began his reimagining of Alice in Wonderland with a series of prose novels. Now he’s begun telling a special segment of the story in a graphic-novel saga. Currently two volumes in, Beddor took some time to answer our questions about the series.

Interview: Lucy Knisley, author of French Milk

Oct 14, 2008

Your book went from being independently published to being put out by a major publisher. Can you describe that process and what it meant to you while it was happening?

Interview: Art Spiegelman, author of Breakdowns: Portrait of the Artist as a Young %@&*!

Oct 7, 2008

It’s been 30 years since a young, struggling, and virtually unknown comics artist named Art Spiegelman decided to publish Breakdowns, a massive retrospective of the work he’d done in the six years prior. Today, the reemergence of Breakdowns is an event, a cultural touchstone from a Pulitzer Prize-winning artist. Back then, it was an ambitious, risky, and, Spiegelman freely admits, unasked for.