Mimi Pond

Episode 249 – The Guest List 2017

Virtual Memories Show: The Guest List 2017 It’s time for our year-end Virtual Memories Show tradition: The Guest List! I reached out to 2017’s pod-guests and asked them about the favorite book(s) they read in the past year, as well as the books or authors they’re hoping to read in 2018! Three dozen responded with a dizzying array…

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Episode 239 – Pete Bagge and Mimi Pond

Virtual Memories Show 239: Pete Bagge and Mimi Pond, Live at CXC! “The way I draw is how I express myself. . . . Friends asked if I should have collaborated on these biographies with someone who draws realistically. . . . But then I wouldn’t have wanted to read it!” –Pete Bagge First Pete…

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Episode 236 – Mimi Pond

Virtual Memories Show 236: Mimi Pond returns! “I felt more of a sense of empty nest when I finished this book than I did when my children left home.” Cartoonist and humorist Mimi Pond makes her third appearance on the show, this time to celebrate publication of The Customer is Always Wrong (Drawn & Quarterly)….

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Podcast – The Guest List 2014

Virtual Memories Show: The Guest List 2014 Two years in a row? That makes The Guest List a Virtual Memories Show tradition! I reached out to 2014’s podcast guests and asked them about the favorite book(s) they read in the past year. More than 30 of them responded with a fantastic array of books. So,…

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Wayne White and Mimi Pond – Success is Embarrassing

Virtual Memories Show: Wayne White and Mimi Pond – Success is Embarrassing “I’ve been very lucky. I’ve had three separate careers: freelance illustrator, then set designer, puppetteer and animator, and now fine artist. I just bluffed my way into every one of ’em.’” –Wayne White Artist Wayne White joins the show to talk about how…

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Mimi Pond – The Customer is Always Wrong

Season 4, Episode 19 Mimi Pond: The Customer is Always Wrong “With some of the people in the story, I thought, ‘What if they get mad? What if their feelings are hurt? What if they say, “That’s not the way it was!”,’ and then I thought, ‘Y’know what? Let THEM try to spend 35 years…

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