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Articles Published the Week of October 22nd

The Nib's Eleri Harris on Reported Missing

Eleri Harris has been doing some great work for The Nib, and she's also the deputy editor there and has played a key role in the longform journalism the site has been producing. Harris has a long project of her out now, a serialized piece about a murder case in Tasmania.

http://smashpages.net/2017/10/23/smash-pages-qa-the-nibs-eleri-harris-on-reported-missing/

Olivia Dinnall on Bi-Assed

I love Olivia Dinnall's comic strip B-Assed. It's smart, it's funny, and, well, it's probably better to make the comic than to actually punch these people senseless in real life. The comic is about what it means to be bi-racial and bi-sexual, the connection being that people feel free to say a lot of ignorant and obnoxious things to you. Dinnall is incredibly talented and this is her first big project, but I think we'll be seeing a lot more from her in the years to come.

http://smashpages.net/2017/10/25/smash-pages-qa-olivia-dinnall-on-bi-assed/

Eroyn Franklin on Short Run and her own comics

Next weekend is the Short Run festival in Seattle and I spoke with Eroyn Franklin, who is one of the festival's co-founders and a very talented cartoonist. We chatted about the festival and talked about her won work which is formally inventive and really tries to push boundaries and craft new discussions in interesting ways.

http://smashpages.net/2017/10/27/smash-pages-qa-eroyn-franklin/

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