Seth

Episode 320 – Seth

Virtual Memories Show 320: Seth “The drawing of the comic is where everything is discovered.” After more than 20 years, Seth has completed Clyde Fans, his grand meditation on family, business, and art (Drawn & Quarterly), so let’s celebrate with a double-episode! First, Seth & I talk at a live event hosted by the Strand…

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Episode 274 – Chris Reynolds

Virtual Memories Show 274: Chris Reynolds “I once had this idea that anything that was already in the world when you were born was okay, but anything that was invented or came up after you were born, you weren’t quite sure.” The New World: Comics from Mauretania collects what artist Chris Reynolds describes as “Strange…

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Episode 220 – Seth

Virtual Memories Show 220: Seth “The world of the studio is where my interest is now. . . . It’s the world of exploring ideas you don’t have to show to anybody.” Seth returns to the show to talk about Palookaville, making a living, his changing relationship to comics and cartoonists, his retrospection on the…

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Podcast – The Hollow Man (#100)

Virtual Memories Show: The Hollow Man It’s the ONE-HUNDREDTH EPISODE of The Virtual Memories Show! And they said it would never last! To celebrate hitting the century mark, I asked past guests, upcoming guests and friends of the show to interview me this time around! This special episode includes questions and recorded segments with Maria Alexander, Ashton Applewhite,…

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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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Seth – Haste Ye Back

Season 4 Episode 23 Seth – Haste Ye Back The great cartoonist (and designer and illustrator) Seth joins the Virtual Memories Show to talk about memory and time, his love of digression, being “Mr. Old-Timey”, what it means to be a Canadian cartoonist, and learning to let go of the finish and polish that used to…

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