November 1, 2015

ICYMI -- Comics Criticism and Whatnot for 10/25/15 to 10/31/15

Highlighting some great comics criticism being published, as well as other random things that have caught my eye over the past week.


* Not really "criticism", but Noah Van Sciver is doing diary comics for The Comics Journal!

* Missed this a few weeks ago, but take a look at Entropy explained, beautifully, in comic form by Nick Sousanis

* An interview with Jonathan Lethem about his role as editor of the recently released BEST OF AMERICAN COMICS 2015

* This interview with Anders Nilsen about his new book POETRY IS USELESS

* This interview with New York Review Books editor Gabriel Winslos-Yost. I really like the "mission" of this new venture. 

* Keith Silva is in an Interrogative Mood again as he asks questions about RAV (First Collection)

* Chase Magnett on COSMIC ODYSSEY

* Shea Hennum on Caitlin Skaalrud's HOUSES OF THE HOLY

* RJ Casey on Tom Neely

* Wren McDonald's Busy Landscapes

* 41 Captivating Comics Panels

* Furries and Smut 


* A Mysterious Piece of Space Junk is Headed for Earth, and Astronomers Are Stoked!

* Not sure who is curating this, but someone is putting together a database for Cartoonists of Color 

* "Exactly What The Internet Needed, Another Piece on Semi-Informed Speculation About What Happens In Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens" by Justin Giampaoli

* Tim Lawrence's profound article, Everything Doesn't Happen For A Reason 

* Poet Gregory Pardlo: "I won the Pulitzer: Why am I Invisible?"

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* Your Job Title is ... What? 

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