Home Turf Interviews

I left a couple of interviews in my wake while I was in Birmingham last week. One appeared in print; the other was broadcast on Birmingham’s NPR station, WBHM.

The newsprint interview was conducted by rising writer Glenny Brock for the January 18 issue of the weekly alternative paper she edits in my home town, that paper being aptly named Birmingham Weekly. Any of you who are interested in getting a fresh recounting of my illustrious career history can click the following link to go directly to Glenny’s now-archived piece, which is called "Comix Timing: The big breaks and small wonders of art guy Howard Cruse."

And if you’d like to hear my mellifluous voice in conversation with that of Greg Bass, host of WBHM’s local arts-focused program Tapestry, just head for the Tapestry web page and Greg and I will stream our exchanges right at you. Until next Thursday (that would be February 1) you’ll be able to find the link to my interview by scrolling down Tapestry‘s home page until you see my photograph; thereafter my interview will be lurking in Tapestry‘s online archives.

About Howard

I'm a cartoonist and writer, best known for my graphic novel, Stuck Rubber Baby, and my comic strip from the 1980s, Wendel.
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