Compared to the eloquent tone of illustrator/publisher/comics artist François Vigneault, I write like a stampeding rhino. I’m pretty sure I was asked to interview him because my name is French and I don’t intimidate easy. François told me he usually feels pummeled with questions about organizing/editing/publishing so I tried to steer conversation towards fighting and plush ladies instead. If you are my friend you will pretend that’s not what I always write about.
François, I’m making up some questions to ask you for your super personal deeeeeeep Gridlords interview. What if I just ask you for advice the whole time? Financial advice.
We can talk about anything. Usually when I am interviewed it is about my role in organizing/editing/publishing, so I’d be delighted to talk about art for a change? I am reading from my sci-fi comic Titan, so I’d be happy to talk about that. Themes that will be involved with that comic someday: Sexual chemistry, worker/management issues, genetic fate, music and culture, economics, getting caught up in the tide of history, science fiction stuff. You know.
I am re-reading this old interview I did withFrançois Vigneault and it is bolstering my self esteem. I am petting past-Suzette’s baby bangs. Why did you give yourself baby bangs? No, but this was pretty good.