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Gutter Talk 95 Presents: Comic Fuel Episode 1

I was staring angrily at my computer screen. My final in my advanced composition class was due, and I was hours later in the process than I thought I would be at the time. My phone rang. On the other end was the excited voice of my younger sister who had just graduated from high school and was making her way slowly through her freshman year. I was starting my second year as a graphic design major and was struggling to take care of myself.

“Patrick! You’ll never guess what I discovered today!” I was annoyed at the sound of her voice. Mostly I was agitated at being behind on my assignment and was only thinking about how quickly I could get off of the phone with her.

“Yeah, what exactly did you discover?” I grumbled into my bulky Nokia cell phone (it was 2004).

“I’m an artist! I just took an elective art class and I absolutely loved it! I’m an artist like you!” I choked at the sound of this. How could she think that she was an artist after taking just one class? I had been trying to become an artist since I was ten and here was my 19 year old sister claiming that she was an artist after only one day.

“Well, that’s great sis. You know though, you aren’t a real artist.”



Making Comics Gutter Talk Episode 53 – Adam Greenfield

Welcome to 2015, everyone! Last year’s first podcast, also our inaugural Gutter Talk podcast, was a conversation with Adam, the host, and Patrick Yurick, the CEO of Making Comics Worldwide. This time around, however, the tables are turned. In this episode, the host becomes the guest. In this extended podcast, Patrick talks to Adam about just what makes up Adam and his experience with the recent NaNoWriMo challenge. Also included are a couple tunes by Adam’s dear friend, Andrew Havey.