Dec 31, 2020
The comic industry has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, with independent creators feeling it the most. But throughout the year, we've heard inspiring stories from many creators who are trying to make it work despite it all. In this episode, we revisit our interview with Eric Kostiuk Williams on writing comics...
Dec 17, 2020
Translating comics is an immersive, sensory and sometimes musical experience — at least the way Helge Dascher and Robin Lang do it. The two tell Jacob and Justin how they worked together to translate Quebec author Sophie Bédard's book "Lonely Boys" from French to English. They also share some trade secrets.
Dec 3, 2020
Hosts Justin and Jacob speak with Canadian comic creator Dakota McFazdean about his new collection of short stories, To Know You're Alive, that features some new and old stories of his. We talk about writing about the weirdness of childhood, and the new perspectives of parenting.
Originally broadcast on CJRU 1280 AM in...
Nov 19, 2020
Pandemic, racism, mental illness, polarization — another day in 2020 and a new album for Toronto rapper More or Les. He tells RFK the stories behind the songs in his 15th album, "Human Condition," about writing rhymes to suit our time, and the challenges of sharing one's feelings.
Nov 5, 2020
You know the scene in the superhero movie where the hero is inspired to do good by reading another comic book? What happens when that occurs in real life?