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So this just in. In addition to everything else I’ve been doing, I began a radio show. The focus is on comic book creators. Artists, writers, and other creatives. You can stream it live from WHCSradio.org. You can tune in every Friday from 1-2pm until further notice.

The show started on September 27th, with comic book artist, illustrator and musician (he has the Punk band Dead On A Friday) Dave Fox as the first guest. The second episode was aired on Oct. 4th with up and coming comic artist and illustration Squiddy Sprinkle. Today I interviewed Justin Melkmann, another comic artist and musician, who is the co-founder of the NYC Punk band WWIX, and also current member of Recreational Outrage.

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I’ll be your host, interviewing all comic book pros. The next interview scheduled on October 26th is Danielle Draik, comic book artist, zine maker, painter and sculptor. On Nov. 8th we have comic book artist and illustrator Mindy Indy, who is having a successful Kickstarter.

The list of guest will be updated as the radio program continues. Eventually these interviews will be archived and posted online. So tune in again starting Oct. 26th.

Remember: Support your local cartoonist!

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Back in June, I traveled to the Nassau County section of Long Island, NY to do a podcast interview for It Came From The Radio. The host was Mark Torres, who’s been doing the show on and off for about ten years. Currently the podcast is recorded at local station Grindhouse Radio, GHR for short. Both It Came From The Radio and Grindhouse Radio focus on all aspects of pop culture. Guests range is from indie to the well established.

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This wasn’t my first time being interviewed on the radio. Back in 2010 I was on WVOX in Westchester, NY. For this recent broadcast, I show up on time, despite a snafu with my GPS. Have to say, I was very impressed with the vibe and decor of Grindhouse Radio. The staff was professional, yet warm and friendly.

As we were recording the program, the show was on Facebook Live. We discussed a range of subjects, ranging from recent film releases, The Avengers (comic & film, not the Punk band), Spice Girls and of course, my own work. My cat Squeaky, the basis of my latest comic had just passed away back in June, so we briefly discussed that. Mark was an awesome host. In all I had a really good time. Probably a better experience than when I was in Westchester nine years ago.

It Came From The Radio can be heard in multiple formats, such as iTunes, I Heart Radio, Overcast, Pocket Cast, Breaker, Google Podcast, Radio Public, Podbean, Spotify, PlayerFM, Soundcloud, Acast, Castbox, TuneIn, Stitcher, Podmust, Luminary, Blubrry, Mixcloud, or Google Play pages. There’s also an embedded player on the It Came From The Radio blog itself. You can also check out Beyond The Dawn Studios.

Thanks to both Mark from It Came From The Radio and GHR for having me.

 

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Yesterday while at CradleCon I was interviewed briefly for a podcast, listed under WitchesBrewPress. It’s available on iTunes under Android’s Amazing Podcast.

You can check out the interview here.

 

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Craft fairs are common now, but the first one put together by the new NYC collective Rock Paper Scissors was a success. The collective, based in Queens, NY  was formed recently to promote local work of artists, artisans and writers in the Queens and Brooklyn boroughs through group exhibitions & pop-ups.

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It even received some local press such as QNS.com.

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The pop-up Krampus Holiday Fair went fairly well. It took place at The Cobra Club, located in Bushwick, Brooklyn, NYC.

The vendors were:

A Limitless Win

House of Mars

Jackie Hates You

Lulu’s Homemade Gourmet Dog Treats

Munch Art Studio

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Flower Crowns by Sparkly Churl

Rue 78 Vintage

UltraFresca

Whimsical Art Shop

Witches Brew Press

Rumor has it that there might be a pop-up fair just in time for Valentine’s Day. So check with the Facebook page for future events.

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Just a quick reminder. If you’re in the NYC area, particularly Bushwick and Ridgewood, then don’t miss out on the Krampus Holiday Fair happening tomorrow, Saturday Dec. 17th, free admission, from 4 – 8 pm. It’s happening at The Cobra Club, located at 6 Wyckoff Avenue. You can take the L train to Jefferson Street. The event is for 21+.

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The event is being put together by the newly formed Paper Rock Scissors Collective. You can check out the FB invite here, and check out the FB page for future PRS events there.

This fair got a bit of press from QNC.com

I’ve created some one of a kind tree ornaments exclusively for this fair.

These other ornaments I’ve created will also be available for purchase. Not many of the Krampus ornaments left, so grab them while you can. The same goes for the David Bowie ornament. My comics and greeting cards will also be available for purchase, in particular, my  popular Krampus card.

My comics and greeting cards will also be available for purchase, in particular, my  popular Krampus card.

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Two of my greeting card designs. Photo Dec. 2016.

Don’t forget to check out the other vendors as well.

See you tomorrow.

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There was a mention about the upcoming Krampus Holiday Fair this Saturday, happening over at The Cobra Club in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Free admission. You can read about the write-up over at qns.com. You can also check out the Facebook invite here.

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There will be talented vendors selling various crafts and artisan goods. Check out the Facebook invite for details. I’ll be there selling my handmade tree ornaments, greeting cards and comics. See you there this Saturday.

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It won’t be long now, until the 2016 presidential election will be finally over with. Just like the year 2016 itself, this entire election has been deplorable.

With that, here’s the Psycho Bunny Pic of The Week.

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Even Psycho Bunny can’t handle the presidential election anymore. Based on the comic written and drawn by Michele Witchipoo. Oct. 2016.

End of this month, I will be at MICE Expo, selling my comics at table C99. So come on down if you’re in the area. Also click ‘like’ on the two Facebook pages. One for Psycho Bunny, and one for WitchesBrewPress.

One final plug. I’ve set up a Patreon account (which no-one contributed to yet, but hey). Haven’t really promoted the site until today. Oh, and this will be my third Inktober sketch for this month. Till next time…

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