Friday, 8 February 2019
A flurry of activity for Draw The Line
Hello to pledgers old and new.
We've had some excellent opportunities to speak about Draw The Line recently, so now you can choose how you'd prefer to enjoy your updates - in print, on air or in person!
Firstly, you can listen to this week's episode of Panel Borders which broadcast on Resonance FM and is now available in podcast form, titled Comics Activism. It's split into two parts: in the first section, I chat with presenter Alex Fitch all about Draw The Line, about the connections I made prior to this project with the Finnish comic scene, and about my own work in progress exploring my teen years as a goth down in the rural county of Devon.
In the second part, you can hear an interview with Joe Sacco, king of graphic reportage: it does feel slightly bizarre to be on the same show as such a lauded artist, but I am not complaining!
Then A Place To Hang Your Cape, which as its name suggests, started as a place to discuss the superhero genre but now covers the whole comics scene, has published an interview which you can enjoy here. If you enjoy comics of any kind, there's plenty more content to enjoy while you're on the site.
Finally, for those local to Brighton, I will be speaking at Sunday Assembly on March 24th as part of an event themed around Activism. Just five days before Brexit is scheduled to take place, it should be an interesting one!
For those who don't know, Sunday Assembly is a non-religious monthly gathering which gives you all the community side of church - fellowship, interesting talks, music, charity, cake and tea - but without any religion. The Brighton chapter's website is here, and you can also follow them on Facebook to be alerted of events before they happen.
I'll be sharing a number of the Draw The Line images to help inspire the attendees with some of the more unusual ways you can make political change.
I hope one or more of these takes your fancy.
Spreading the word about the project like this helps us attract more pledgers so I'm always keen to hear of any other opportunities. If you know a journalist, publication or event that might be interested, please do let us know on email@example.com. Thanks!
All the best,
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