Alex’s audio round up

Published On April 5, 2017 | By Joe Gordon | Comics, Interviews, Podcast

It’s time for Alex Fitch to update us to the contents of his latest show – as ever, check the Panel Borders site for more details as well as a pile of previous interviews in handy podcast form!

Panel Borders: Collecting Souls and Brighton Rock, 5.30pm on Resonance FM, Wednesday 5th April, podcast afterwards on Panel Borders

The monthly show about comics and graphic novels. Celebrating the output of three artists associated with the City of Brighton and Hove, Alex Fitch talks to graphic novelists Joe Decie and Hannah Berry, and graphic designer George Hardie about their work.

(Above, a panel from Collecting Sticks by Joe Decie, header image from Adamtine by Hannah Berry, both published Jonathan Cape)

Coinciding with a career retrospective at University of Brighton Gallery, George Hardie discusses the influences of comics and sequential art on his illustrations and design work for clients such as Pink Floyd; at a conference on the Gothic at the University of Manchester, Hannah Berry talks about Adamtine (reviewed here on the blog) which depicts travellers on an evocative haunted train, and at Cartoon County, Brighton, Joe Decie talks about his first full length graphic novel Collecting Sticks, published by Jonathan Cape.

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Joe Gordon is's chief blogger, which he set up in 2005. Previously, he was professional bookseller for over 12 years as well as a lifelong reader and reviewer, especially of comics and science fiction works.

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