Poet Kimberly Burwick and her ten-year-old son, Levi Goodan (illustrator), discuss their collaboration The Rainbow Balloon, created during the first wave of lockdowns. A story of hope and resilience, the book offers a springboard toward a “new normal”.
Cartoonist and illustrator Emily Zea shares how she brought the rich origins of two Vermont towns to life through comic drawings.
Cartoonist Jarad Greene (Scullion: A Dishwasher's Guide to Mistaken Identity and A-Okay) and Tillie Walden (author of the Eisner award-winning memoir Spinning!) share how they make comics from early sketches to final finished artwork.
Historian and former national park superintendent Rolf Diamant explains how anti-slavery activism, civil war, and the remaking of government gave rise to the American public park and concept of national parks.
Author and activist Toufah Jallow and Steerforth Press publisher Chip Fleischer in conversation about Jallow’s powerful and inspiring memoir.