My interview with the ladies behind The Strumpet comics anthology went up on Pikaland today. Read it here: http://pikaland.com/2011/10/26/artists-interview-the-strumpet
The Strumpet is a new comic anthology from the ladies behind the Whores Of Mensa comics (which were published in the UK between 2004-2010). The Strumpet brings together a brilliant team of female comics artists from the UK and USA, to produce a transatlantic collaborative publication containing eclectic illustrative and comics styles and techniques, and unique stories around the theme of ‘Dress-Up’.
The interview discusses the comic, the Kickstarter campaign funding the first issue, plus, drawing tools, self-confidence, the politics of "women in comics" and the importance of self-publishing.
Huge thanks to Ellen Lindner, Jeremy Day, Mardou, Patrice Aggs, Megan Kelso, Lisa Rosalie Eisenberg, Kripa Joshi, and Tanya Meditzky ♥ to you all for being terrific interviewees, and for collaborating on this project.
You can read more about The Strumpet Kickstarter campaign here: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2019502594/the-strumpet-a-transatlantic-flight-of-comics-fanc
"check out this fabulous interview w/the british, american and nepalese lady cartoonist contributors to the Strumpet! we get into the nitty gritty of drawing tools, our "inner critic", the politics of "women in comics" and the importance of self publishing. a good, meaty read!" >Megan Kelso 26/10/11