Process Party – Episode 23 – Eleanor Davis!

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This episode: Eleanor Davis!

We welcome the author of How To Be Happy, Libby’s Dad, the upcoming You & A Bike & A Road, and the children’s books Stinky, Flop On Top, and The Secret Science Alliance, Eleanor Davis! (website/tumblr)

Eleanor’s TCAF poster design


Part of an extended sequence from You & A Bike & A Road



A 2016 New Yorker illustration



Episode 23 – Eleanor Davis! The renowned illustrator and cartoonist Eleanor Davis joins us to talk about her new books You & A Bike & A Road, and Libby’s Dad! Illustration work, bike tours across the country, politics, keeping in contact with art directors, short story vs graphic novel writing, politics and more are all discussed in this great conversation with one of the best current comics creators around. PLUS! The return of Shanna! She and Zack talk the end of ISLAND, her new job, PULP magazine, LOGAN, and James Stanton’s new comic. AND! Mike and Zack are absolutely RUINED by Daylight Savings Time, and we chat about Mike’s new comic over at the Nib.

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  1. […] Cartoonists Mike Dawson and Zack Soto the fine folks who run the Process Party podcast sit down with Eleanor Davis to discuss her new book You & A Bike & A Road, as well as illustration work, short vs. long form comics, politics, and more. Check out the whole discussion here! […]

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