Posts Tagged ‘Trickster’

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with Evan Keeling

Evan Keeling is one of the Trickster anthology artists, a founding member of the DC Conspiracy comics co-op, and the person who puts together genre anthologies by the group. The next anthology, the fourth, will focus on romance. He also works for the Smithsonian, a quintessentially cool Washington job.
Washington City Paper: What type of comic work [...]

This Saturday – “Graphic Content: A Conversation with Five DC Area Graphic Storytellers”

This weekend you can meet local cartoonists at a free program at the DC Public Library.  Shannon "G.I. Joe" Gallant, Matt "Politico" Wuerker, Andrew "Trickster" Cohen, Evan "DC Conspiracy" Keeling and Ben "Dirtfarm" Classen will be speaking on creating various types of comics. The panel will be moderated by me, your Washington City [...]

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with Trickster‘s Andrew Cohen

Andrew Cohen is a small-press comic-book creator, and drew "The Yehasuri: The Little Wild Indians" for the Trickster anthology.  In this interview, he reveals he's working on a story about the Christian Heurich Mansion on Dupont Circle, which I'm looking forward to seeing. The Mansion, the former home of the D.C. Historical Society, is worth [...]

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with Trickster Cartoonist Mike Short

Mike Short is our latest cartoonist from the Trickster anthology to be interviewed. He drew "Giddy Up, Wolfie" for the book.  Until the Trickster's publication, Mike had only created self-published minicomics, but a look at his blog shows some interesting comic-book pages about biker bugs.

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with Trickster‘s Jacob Warrenfeltz

Jacob Warrenfeltz drew "Rabbit and the Tug-Of-War," a story about a rabbit outpulling a bison, for the new Trickster anthology, which features many local cartoonists. Here he answers our usual set of questions.
Washington City Paper: What type of comic work or cartooning do you do?
Jacob Warrenfeltz: I try to do a wide variety of work, [...]

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with Rand Arrington

Rand Arrington is another local contributor to the Trickster anthology, for which he illustrated "When Coyote Decided to Get Married." He recently answered our usual interview questions.
Washington City Paper: What type of comic work or cartooning do you do?
Rand Arrington: I'm both a writer and a illustrator. I do mostly independent work much like the [...]

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with Trickster Illustrator Michael Auger

Freelance illustrator Michael Auger may be the most local cartoonist we've interviewed so far: He was born in D.C., grew up in Rockville, and lives now in Gaithersburg. Auger illustrated "Waynoabozhoo and the Geese" for the Trickster anthology.
Washington City Paper: What [...]

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with Trickster Writer Joseph Stands With Many

Joseph Stands With Many is a Cherokee storyteller from Baltimore who wrote "How Wildcat Caught a Turkey" in the Trickster anthology, which features work by a number of area creators. He's performed at the Smithsonian and other D.C. sites, but this is the first comic-book story he's written. While one can't really call him a [...]

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with Trickster Artist Chris Piers

Chris Piers is the illustrator of "Moshup's Bridge" in Trickster, the new anthology of Native American tales featuring work by a number local cartoonists. He's the third cartoonist in the book to answer our standard questions.
Washington City Paper: What type of comic work or cartooning do you do?
Chris Piers: I am both a writer and [...]

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with Illustrator Paul Zdepski

The Trickster anthology that Matt Dembicki put together has a lot of local cartoonists in it. We'll be running interviews with them over the next few weeks. First up is illustrator Paul Zdepski.
Washington City Paper: What type of comic work or cartooning do you do?
Paul Zdepski: I'm currently working on my first children's book with [...]

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