The third episode of our #podcast about children’s books and graphic novels comes to you with the title THREE FOR VENDETTA.
It’s Eoin’s turn to pick a book that has influenced him and that he has found himself returning to over the years. His pick for this Me, My Shelf, and I this episode is the classic graphic novel by Uncle Alan Moore and artist David Lloyd, V FOR VENDETTA. We discuss the book’s history, appeal and amazing storytelling. We also give a deserved plug to the excellent exhibition about V on at London’s Cartoon Museum until 31st October 2021.
Our Weird Science segment features a tale of mysterious power outages in the Scottish highlands and what turned out to be causing them.
Our author guest this episode is the multi-award-winning, hugely talented Jenny Valentine. She discusses her hit new series A GIRL CALLED JOY as well as her writing process and tricks she uses to get scribbling in the mornings.
For my It Was Rubbish But I Loved It, I’ve chosen the immortal, often repeated 1967 Spider-Man cartoons, as a fond but frustrating memory from my past.
Lastly, we dip into our digital mail bag for your writing questions to Agony Uncles Andy and Eoin. Please send your questions for future #podcasts to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please give us a listen – you know it makes sense! (Note – the podcast is monthly. I’m just late posting it here!)