- 00:00:25 – Introduction
- 00:02:18 – Setup of interview
- 00:04:43 – Interview with Gabby Schulz
- 01:11:55 – Wrap up
- 01:14:04 – Contact us
“The sewage of negativity I bring to comics”
In an interview that is a long time in coming, Gwen and Derek have the pleasure of talking with Gabby Schulz. His new collection of diary comics, The Process of Drastically Reducing One’s Expectations, was recently released from Alec Longstreth’s Phase Eight Publishing, and in their conversation, Gabby shares his views on the uses and misuses of autobiographical comics. And the three spend a lot of time discussing several of Gabby’s earlier works, especially Sick and Monsters (both published through Secret Acres), and how the personal necessarily becomes political when exploring individual shortcomings and predilections. Gwen and Derek also ask Gabby about “Ken Dahl,” his recent travels, and the experiences of living on the road.
Be sure to visit the artist’s Ignatz Award-nominated website Gabby’s Playhouse.
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