Q&A: Who was your biggest influence when getting into the comic industry?

When I was starting in the industry, Kelly Sue DeConnick was one of the first people stepping up for women (that I saw) and taking the time to really encourage them to tell the stories that they wanted to see in the world. She would frequently give out her personal email and information to any woman […]  Read the Rest »

Q&A: What would you recommend to a creative person who has lost meaning and motive to continue doing art?

Ask yourself why you created art in the first place and try to find that passion again. My friend’s frequently remind me that even though I’m starting to find some success with my projects, that ultimately I need to be writing and editing, first and foremost, for myself. Try playing around with different mediums and […]  Read the Rest »

Q&A: How many projects do you have on the go at the moment?

The short answer is this: both too many and not enough because of imposter syndrome, and also anxiety. But the slightly longer answer is that I have: Three longform OGNs Five comic editing projects (two ongoing series) Two web sites (Creator Resource and Creator Advisor) Two volunteer organization projects (TCAF and The Canada Comics Open […]  Read the Rest »

Q&A: What’s the best movie that you’ve seen this year (so far)?

I’ve admittedly not seen a lot of movies this year (I’ve spent a lot of my downtime bingeing TV shows) BUT with that being said, Captain Marvel has probably been my favourite. As a writer, I want to tell stories that have an impact, and Captain Marvel was not only a wonderful film, but it showed me […]  Read the Rest »

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