Episode 13- Paula Knight plus Jonathan Edwards & The Felt Mistress


We interview The Facts of Life creator Paula Knight who discusses the book and her life. Its a really interesting chat and we can’t wait to meet her in person at the festival. We also talk to Jonathan Edwards and Louise Evans (Felt Mistress) about their brand new exhibition Archipelagogo which has opened for the Lakes International Comic Art Festival 2017. We were lucky enough to visit the opening of the event and talk about that here too.

We review Breaks, Talking to Gina and Victory Children and preview the festival broadsheet comic The Spirit put together by Sean Phillips with involvement from a host of comic artists and writers. We also give our thoughts on Star Trek Discovery.

Mike talks all about the League of Extraordinary Gentleman (this was meant to be on a previous episode but Ian messed it up) & Pete Continues his look at Kirby. Don’t forget to get involved with the Copperopolis kickstarter too.

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Books reviewed in this episode:

Breaks by Emma Vieceli & Malin Ryden

Talking to Gina by Ottilie Hainsworth

Victory Children

Plus a look at The Spirit broadsheet designed by Sean Phillips

Thank you for listening.

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Contributions by Mike Williams (@CthulhuPunk) and Pete Taylor (@thismanthispete).
Title Music: Don’t Fool Yourself by Pop Noir

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