In this podcast episode I talk to writer/artist Paolo Parisi in a crowded cafe in his home city of Rome. We touch on the Italian comics scene, festivals, underground comics, the relationship between music and comics and the flip side to freelance life as well as the upsides – one of them being the freedom to work from anywhere in the World. More about Paolo at www.paoloparisi.org
The Comics for Beginners podcast is now available on iTunes! It took a while and almost broke my faith in humanity – or at least my faith in myself as a tech person. Feeds, channels and boards, OH MY!
Anyway, luckily I don’t have to understand the internet to be able to make use of it. And now the podcast can hopefully reach a wider audience. Want to help spread the word? Link to your favorite episode or go leave a review on iTunes – apparently that helps other find the podcast.
And in case you missed it, I’ve recently been interviewed for two other podcasts: Indie Comics Tracker interviewed me on the creative process and about this site in a great little 18-minute chat, and if you have more time, you can listen to me talk to the guys from Making Comics on episode 8 of the Gutter Talk podcast for almost an hour, on scripting, storytelling and the craft in general.
Enjoy! And have a great weekend.
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