Month: April 2018

Episode 267 – JJ Sedelmaier

Virtual Memories Show 267: JJ Sedelmaier “Parody is a wonderful realm to work in, because you get to do a technique but you get to use it as a device beyond what it was developed for. You can speak two languages at the same time.” Director/Producer JJ Sedelmaier has been in and around animation for…

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Episode 266 – Steven Heller

Virtual Memories Show 266: Steven Heller “I would look at other people’s design work and realize they have something I don’t have. What I do have is an ability to judge work, to come up with ideas.” Design scholar Steven Heller joins the show to talk about writing and editing more than 182 books on…

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Episode 265 – Jaime Hernandez

Virtual Memories Show 265: Jaime Hernandez “Whenever I write Maggie & Hopey, they’re always looking at the past, always thinking back about what they were. I didn’t mean for it to be that way, but that’s what I do: ‘Remember when we were like that, well, we’re not like that anymore. . . .’” He’s…

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Episode 264 – Dean Haspiel

Virtual Memories Show 264: Dean Haspiel “I decided at age 12 that I wanted to dedicate my life to making comics, so I became otherwise unemployable.” Cartoonist and playwright Dean Haspiel joins the show to talk about his new play, The Last Bar At The End Of The World (running April 10-15, 2018!) and how…

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Episode 263 – Jonathan Ames

Virtual Memories Show 263: Jonathan Ames “For me, all writing — scripts, essays, novels — it comes down to enjoying writing a sentence.” On the eve of the premiere of You Were Never Really Here, writer Jonathan Ames returns to his stomping grounds of northern NJ to talk about crime novels, the literary pilgrimages of…

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