Pohadky has to be one of the nicest looking books that Drawn and Quarterly has put out in their Petit Livres series. I got the chance to sit down the duo behind the book Marek Colek and Pat Shewchuk aka Tin Can Forest and discuss their work in great detail.

Don’t forget that they will be in town, March 20th, at Lucky’s comics for a book launch and art show.

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16 Responses to Pohadky

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  2. David says:

    hello Robin

    Not getting your podcasts anymore 🙁

    I resubscribed for Itunes but still nuttins happening.

    I know you had an overhaul recently, maybe related



  3. admin says:

    I checked Itunes and there are nearly 200 shows available for download. I dont know what else to say. Thanks for listening. I hope you can get through.

  4. David says:

    oh hi thanks for response, yes all the old shows but your 3 most recent haven’t shown up. Everything stops at Derf, which I really enjoyed by the way. It was good to hear someone who made work about something…if you know what I mean.

    Normally your recent shows are available almost straight after you have broadcast them. but as I say nothing since Derf.

    cheers anyway

  5. David King says:

    I think I’m in the same boat as David–it looks like your RSS hasn’t updated since the March 11th “selling out” post

    • admin says:

      hmmm, i am temporarily dumb founded. They all show up in Itunes for me.

      The RSS feed should be good. I check up on that as well. If anyone has any ideas with Podpress let me know. As far as i can tell. I have everything set right.

  6. David says:

    yes I can definitely confirm no action since Derf, even after resubscribing and clicking refresh…just all the old interviews reappearing.


  7. David says:

    the piss of people plot dilutes… 🙂

  8. David King says:

    http://feeds2.feedburner.com/inkstuds is the feed I added to my reader. Is there a newer address, maybe?

  9. admin says:

    Hmmmm, i have no clue. I am kind of a ludite some of the time.

    As far as Itunes goes. I had a friend try his and it was fine as well. Maybe dont subscribe and just go into the Inkstuds section in Itunes.

    I will get my guy on the feedburner thing. WordPress doesnt give me any optionss for settings.

  10. David says:

    I went to Itunes store and resubscribed from there and everything is fine now, deleted old feed.

    The problem appears to be your old feed stopped at Derf, and if you subscribe or resubscribe off the feed on your site you get all the old ones but again everything stops at Derf.

    So I think you site feed needs changing.

    but really I know bugger all about these things.

    over and out

    • admin says:

      Glad that was able to work. Thanks for any feedback on the new site. There is still alot of work needed. I am in the process of cleaning up the old Mp3s and replacing them with higher quality files with proper Id3 tags.

  11. David King says:

    I just added http://inkstuds.com/?feed=rss2 to my reader and it looks up-to-date. The subscription links on inkstuds.com all link to the feedburner one that isn’t working. I don’t know anything about iTunes

  12. admin says:

    Thanks for listening guys. I appreciate your technical feedback.

  13. David says:

    Sorry to turn this in to a soap opera.

    but I thought I just should say again. Your Inkstuds podcast subscription thing on your site inkstuds.com is not working properly, its just your reply didn’t say if you got that or not.

    If you did and changed it sorry for whittering on again., but hey you want people to hear the interviews right :))

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