Inkstuds the Digital Book


I have decided to post a pdf of the inkstuds book online for sale at Gumroad. You can purchase it here.I have been hosting inkstuds for nearly 8 years with around 500 interviews posted on the site so far.

If you like what i do and want to support, i suggest checking out the Inkstuds book. I have posted it online for sale in digital form for $5 and you can pay what you want above that. I am really proud of the book. It came out in the fall of 2010. Collecting a wide selection of really interesting interviews with fantastic cartoonists.

If you want to pay by paypal, you can do so here.

I make no money doing the show, all the massive downloading bandwidth, hosting, and long distance calls to guests comes out of my pocket. And that’s fine. I do this show because i love it. All I ask, if you love it too and want to support the inkstuds, buy the book. I will be your best friend forever.

If you still want a hardcopy. i have a few left that I am selling them for $25 including shipping.

About the book –

Inkstuds is a collection of thirty interviews with North American alternative comic artists taken from the impressive archive that Robin McConnell has built up over the past 5 years on his radio show of the same name. The interviews focus on the creative process and influences, but the subjects discussed often branch off in surprising and interesting directions. The artists chosen cover the range from the older generation of underground cartoonists to the new generation of the comics avant garde. This book is an invaluable resource, not just for comic enthusiasts but anyone interested in the artistic process.

Featuring interviews with: Kate Beaton, Gabrielle Bell, Marc Bell, Jonathan Bennett, Chester Brown, David Collier, Jordan Crane, Rebecca Dart, Kim Deitch, Mary Fleener, Sammy Harkham, Jeet Heer, Jaime Hernandez, Jeff Lemire, Jason Lutes, Billy Mavreas, Françoise Mouly, Dan Nadel, Marv Newland, Anders Nilsen, Joe Ollmann, Gary Panter, Joe Sacco, Seth, Tom Spurgeon, Ted Stearn, Barron Storey, Jillian Tamaki, and Carol Tyler.

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