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LONGFORM Podcast Interview – Chip Kidd at the 2015 Miami Book Fair

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  • December 6, 2015

 

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Chip Kidd was a recent guest at the 2015 Miami Book Fair and while he was there he was interviewed by a reporter from the LONGFORM Podcast. They are sponsored by the Writing Program at the University of Pittsburgh and always have really great content. You can listen to the full interview down below. Please do, as they did a great job on it, thanks guys!

 

 

Here are a few of the Books they talked about in this interview:


 

#WTF Podcast: Marc Maron Interviews Graphic Designer Aaron Draplin

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  • November 11, 2015

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It’s likely that Aaron Draplin has more passion about graphic design than you have about anything. In a recent WTF Podcast interview (episode 649) Marc Maron visits Aaron at the seat of the empire he created in Portland and finds out how a skater kid from the Midwest worked his way up through Snowboarder Magazine to build his own independent graphic design business from scratch and how he become the go-to guy for some of the country’s most prominent brands.

Here is the complete interview down below and we want to warn everyone that the content contains adult language and might not be safe for work, enjoy:

 

 

OK, this is totally unrelated to the WTF event but, once upon a time, Aaron Draplin met Chip Kidd, ha!

 

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ON POINT PODCAST – Tom Ashcraft Talks with Chip Kidd / New #PEANUTS Art Book

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  • October 25, 2015

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Over at the ON POINT WITH TOM ASHCRAFT Podcast at the NPR website they recently interviewed the Book Designer and Author Chip Kidd about his involvement with the publication of “ONLY WHAT’S NECESSARY: Charles M. Schulz and the Art of the Peanuts” (Abrams). They really went very in-depth about the process and you can listen to it down below. Also, the book is in stores now and on your next visit to your local bookstore please be sure to check it out.

 

 


 

VIRTUAL MEMORIES Podcast Interview with J. D. McClatchy

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  • October 1, 2015

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Gil Roth, over at the VIRTUAL MEMORIES podcast, recently interviewed the Author, Essayist and Poet, J. D. McClatchy at his home in Connecticut. Their conversation not only revolves around his amazing career but also covers a ton of interesting literary ground as well.

Stuff like: Adapting a novel (The Leopard) to opera, having his life changed by a course with Harold Bloom, collecting letters from the likes of Proust and Housman, and marrying Chip Kidd! We also get into his friendship with James Merrill, pop culture’s triumph over high culture, his genetic inability to read comics, why he loathed Ezra Pound as a person and as an artist, how sexual politics has replaced social politics, the experience of teaching the first gay literature course at Yale in 1978 (and getting dropped from the university because of it), how a serious poet writes for the dead, not the living, and more!

 

 

 


 

NEIL GAIMAN Bonus Episode INTERVIEW at the CBLDF Podcast!

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  • June 25, 2015

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Here is a very special episode of the CBLDF Podcast uploaded just for you! In this episode, they speak to author and CBLDF Advisory Board Co-Chair (as well as CBLDF Board of Directors Alumnus) Neil Gaiman!

Neil is one of the most popular authors working today, a ground-breaking graphic novelist, a humanitarian deeply involved in multiple charitable projects, and winner of the Hugo, Nebula, and Bram Stoker awards, as well as the Newbery and Carnegie medals. He has been a tireless voice for free expression over the years, and is one of the most passionate voices in the literary world when it comes to fighting censorship.

The Interview contains such topics as: Charlie Hebdo, British censorship, libraries, icky speech, and much more!

In support of their ongoing educational work, the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund is now part of the audio-sphere! A mix of interviews, discussions about current Free Speech events, convention panels recordings, and archival materials, the CBLDF Podcast will be a monthly event, from our keyboards to your ears. The CBLDF podcast is made possible in part by a donation from The Gaiman Foundation and member support.

Listen to Radio Free Comix with the CBLDF Podcast, just CLICK HERE!

 


 

DESIGN MATTERS Debbie Millman’s Podcast Interview with Isaac Mizrahi

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  • April 2, 2015

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To launch the 10th season of Design Matters, Debbie Millman talks to Isaac Mizrahi about why he loves fashion and why he does so many things outside of fashion.

 


 

DESIGN MATTERS Debbie Millman’s Podcast Interview with Barbara Kruger

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  • January 31, 2015

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Debbie Millman is a designer, author, educator, strategist, and host of the DESIGN MATTERS podcast.

Barbara Kruger is an artist whose work has been exhibited in major museums throughout the world.

 


 

NPR BOOKS: Interview with “The Secret History of Wonder Woman” Author, Jill Lepore

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  • January 17, 2015

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Are you a fan of comic book history? Well, if you are, then you need to check out the latest book written by Jill Lepore titled, “The Secret History of Wonder Woman” (Knopf, in stores now). It not only covers the story of this iconic American comic book character but it also chronicles the life of her creator, William Moulton Marston. This guy was pretty amazing. Besides creating this enduring female superhero he is also responsible for inventing the Lie Detector. Yes, the “torture device” used by the FBI.

Oh yeah, did we mention that he also had a wife… and a mistress. He fathered children with both of them, and they all secretly lived together in Rye, N.Y. This was in a time when this sort of thing was unheard of. Jill Lepore does an excellent job covering his life in all it’s glorious details. I also guess that we should mention that the book cover was designed by Chip Kidd, ha!

The NPR BOOKS PODCAST recently interviewed Jill Lepore about this book and you can hear it, in it’s entirety, right here:

 

Also, maybe after you listen to the podcast, you might wanna check out their website for the actual book review, it’s pretty good too, just CLICK HERE!

 

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