In season two, episode thirteen of Gotham Writers' Inside Writing, host Josh Sippie conducts a panel discussion with comics editor at The Rumpus Brandon Hicks and writer-illustrator Teresa Wong. They discuss how good of an artist you have to be to make comics, what comes first between words and pictures, and what style means in comics and cartoons.
Links mentioned in the show:
Teresa’s website: https://www.byteresawong.com/
We talk at length about Teresa’s comic “This Is Not A Feel Good Movie”: https://believermag.com/this-is-not-a-feel-good-movie/
Her book, Dear Scarlett: The Story of My Postpartum Depression is also discussed: https://arsenalpulp.com/Books/D/Dear-Scarlet
And Teresa’ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/by_teresawong/
The Rumpus comics: https://therumpus.net/sections/comics/
Brandon Hick’s posts on The Rumpus: https://therumpus.net/author/brandon-hicks/
We talk about his comic “Like A Kid Again”: https://therumpus.net/2020/10/like-a-kid-again/
Brandon’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brandonhickscomics/
Brandon also has a book forthcoming from Humorist Books (https://www.weeklyhumorist.com/books/) called Seven Easy Steps To Go To Hell. Check it out this February!
Also, there were some questions asked about Graphic Novels. We did an episode specifically about Graphic Novels in season 1, and that can be found here—
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