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Author News & Interviews

Interview: Jennifer L. Holm, author of Babymouse #1: Queen of the World!

Jan 15, 2013

In early January, bestselling and award-winning author Jenni Holm (who creates the phenomenally fun Babymouse series along with her brother Matt) joined the Board of Directors of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund. Holm will help promote CBLDF and its main issues, particularly when it comes to youth and education. We talked with her about what she’ll be doing for the organization. (By the way, don’t forget to check out Extreme Babymouse, the 17th excellent adventure in the series, now out.)

Interview: Michael Goodwin, author of Economix: How and Why Our Economy Works (and Doesn't Work), in Words and Pictures

Nov 19, 2012

Author Michael Goodwin discussed his fascinating and education Economix at the Miami Book Fair on November 17, 2012. Here’s audio of the interview, which delves deeply into what’s right and wrong with our economy right now.

 

Interview: David Hine, author of Bulletproof Coffin

Nov 19, 2012

With 2010's Bulletproof Coffin and its successor Bulletproof Coffin: Disinterred in 2012, David Hine received both critical and commercial recognition across the comics press for his avant-garde, creator-owned series. From reviews and interviews in The Comics Journal and Comics Alliance to Comic Book Resources and other outlets, Hine's vivid interpretation of the medium and its sordid history have been ripe for journalists seeking parallels with his own career in the industry.

Interview: Scott Robins, author of A Parent's Guide to the Best Kids' Comics: Choosing Titles Your Children Will Love

Nov 13, 2012

Toronto librarian Scott Robins recently teamed up with writer Snow Wildsmith to release A Parent's Guide to the Best Kids' Comics, a remarkably thorough guide to all the graphic novels currently available for young readers. More than a simple rundown of titles, the book carefully indexes content and age-appropriateness and provides useful synopses. It's a go-to resource for any parent (not to mention librarians) who needs help sorting through the incredible bounty of comics products available. Scott took some time to tell us about the book.

Interview: Diana Thung, author of August Moon

Sep 13, 2012

In August Moon, writer/artist Diana Thung creates a dark yet gripping fantasy tale. The Indonesian native talked to us about the story behind the mystery, which is set in a small town full of secrets.