Episode 126: A Craft Discussion About Horace’s Ars Poetica, with Vanessa Blakeslee!
Episode 126 of The Drunken Odyssey, your favorite podcast about creative writing and literature is available on iTunes, or right click here to download. In this week’s episode, I talk about Horace’s Ars Poetica with Vanessa Blakeslee, plus Sam Slaughter talks about the ignominious beginning of Two Drunken Writers Brewery. NOTES At 3 P.M., on Tuesday, November 18, the… Continue reading
Gutter Space #1: Why Focus on Comics-That-Aren’t-Superhero-Comics?
Gutter Space #1 by Leslie Salas Why Focus on Comics-That-Aren’t-Superhero-Comics? Comics as a medium has a richer and more involved history than many people recognize or remember. Comics analyst Douglas Wolk explains in Reading Comics “the argument about the between relationship between painting and poetry, the generic classical terms for image-making and word-assembling, has been… Continue readingbandes dessinés, comic books, Douglas Wolk, gag strips, graphic narrative, gutter space, horace, independent comics, indie comics, Justin R. Hall, leslie salas, propaganda, Reading Comics, rene magritte, Scott McCloud, Sequential art, Simonides of Ceos, the new yorker, The Treachery of Images, Tijuana Bibles, Understanding Comics, visual literacy, webcomics
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