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Best Space Cowboy Books podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Space Cowboy Books podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Radio Free Krypton is a podcast about comics and the people who make them. Hosts Justin Chandler and Jacob Dubé interview comic creators from around the world with a focus on Canadian stories. RFK is broadcast throughout the multiverse and airs first on CJRU 1280 AM in Toronto. Follow RFK on Twitter and Instagram @rfkrypton
 
Interested in France? Let us be your ears and eyes on the ground. Hosts Sarah Elzas and Alison Hird take you beyond the baguette, to hear from the people who make France what it is, and who want to change it - to give you a fuller picture of this country at the heart of Europe. Spotlight on France is a weekly podcast, in English, from Radio France International, out Thursdays.
 
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Derek Jessome and Jeff Knott, two animators turned comic creators from Dartmouth, N.S., tell Justin about Grandway Comics, their line of Silver Age inspired titles. With the second issue of "Space Cowboy and the Triumphanteers" out now, Derek and Jeff share why they loved the era of comics when heroes were good, bad guys were bad and books were mor…
 
For the coveted 150th episode of RFK, hosts Justin and Jacob talk to Dave Howlett, manager of the Strange Adventures comics shop in Halifax, and creator of the new comic series The Makers. We talk about running a comics store during a pandemic, and creating a tribute to the buff, edgy, but exciting era of '90s comics. RFK airs first on CJRU 1280 AM…
 
Stories featured in this episode:The Ebb Somatic by Susan Rukeyser - http://susanrukeyser.com/music by Phog Masheeen - http://phogmasheeen.comread by the author, Zara Kand, & Jean-Paul GarnierA Sound, From the Universe by Robin Rose Graves - https://robinrosegraves.wordpress.com/music by RedBlueBlackSilver - https://redblueblacksilver.com/read by Z…
 
American author J.B. Lion's upcoming Seventh Spark series spins a fantasy yarn about good, evil and humanity's flaws. He tells host Jacob Dubé about his unique multimedia approach to storytelling. J.B. also shares how events like the police killing of George Floyd and the subsequent protests against anti-Black racism inform his work. RFK airs first…
 
Hosts Justin and Jacob speak with Francis Desharnais, author of a graphic novel recollecting the story of Guyenne, a small Quebec town that operates entirely as a collective, where every villager shares what they have with the rest, which gave the village the nickname 'Little Russia'. Desharnais talks about speaking to family members who lived in t…
 
Stories and poetry featured in this episode:Mysteries by Bryan Thao Worra - http://thaoworra.blogspot.com/read by the authormusic by loopoolThe Runner by Dain Luscomberead by the authormusic by Field CollapseHigh Place Phenomenon by Patti Jeane Pangbornread by Jean-Paul Garniermusic by loopooltheme music by Dain Luscombe Simultaneous Times is a mon…
 
Canadian-born cartoonist and animator Graham Annable tells Justin and Jacob about the book he would have released at TCAF, and what he's learned throughout his varied career. Graham's latest work is the third in his Peter and Ernesto early reader series called Sloths in the Night. He's also the Oscar-nominated co-director of The Boxtrolls movie and…
 
Hosts Jacob Dubé and Justin Chandler speak with fan-favourite comic creator Andrew MacLean, creator of Head Lopper and Apocalyptigirl, about staying afloat in a shaky comic industry, as well as taking Head Lopper in a more emotional direction in the latest volume. Originally broadcast on CJRU 1280 AM in Toronto. Produced by Jacob Dubé. You can supp…
 
Stories and poetry featured in this episode:Stinger by Jean-Paul L. Garnier - http://jplgarnier.blogspot.com/music by Phog Masheeen - http://phogmasheeen.comMessage Logs from Curio by Robin Rose Graves - https://robinrosegraves.wordpress.com/music by loopoolYour Defending Grace by Aiden Kinsella - https://twitter.com/kinsellaaidenmusic by RedBlueBl…
 
Sean Jordan — AKA the rapper Wordburglar — tells Jacob and Justin about a comics project he's bringing back and shares how he's staying creative during the pandemic. He also digs into some reading recommendations in case your comics pile is getting a little low. RFK airs first on CJRU 1280 AM in Toronto. You can support the station and our show on …
 
Simultaneous Times Supplementary Log: Interviews with the authors and musicians of the podcast.Interview with Kim Martin - https://www.facebook.com/kim.photosmusic by Phog Masheeen & RedBlueBlackSilverhttp://phogmasheeen.com - https://redblueblacksilver.com/theme music by Dain Luscombehttp://spacecowboybooks.com…
 
What does a filmmaker do when confined to a small Paris apartment? Film, of course. A personal look at the lockdown in Paris. Plus, sociologists check in on how the French are faring and discover a philosophical approach. And the labour history of May Day in France. With the end of the coronavirus lockdown in sight in France, people are starting to…
 
Making comics is a solitary business. Making comics in the pandemic? Even more so. Toronto cartoonist Eric Kostiuk Williams joins RFK to talk about his new pandemic comics for Now, which have covered quarantine dance parties and lonely walks through Ontario Place. He also shares how a Grant Morrison book club got him a gig designing an album cover …
 
Where has all the flour gone? The French appear to have taken to baking during the Covid-19 lockdown, upsetting supply chains. Also, how the pandemic has highlighted inequalities in French healthcare. And reflecting on Notre Dame, a year after the fire. French people are starting to bake, a lot - unheard of in a country which counts a boulangerie i…
 
Stories and poetry featured in this episode:Tainted Love by Julie Carpenter - https://lessbells.bandcamp.com/music by the authorread by Robin Hercia, Rachael Buettell, Sabrina Fox, Dain Luscombe & Jean-Paul GarnierUncolored by Kim Martin - https://www.facebook.com/kim.photosmusic by loopoolread by Jean-Paul GarnierSpunkee Doo! by Michael Butterwort…
 
Mississauga, Ont. artist Megan Huang tells Justin and Jacob what it's been like for her to navigate the comics world. They discuss her newest project "Jia and the Nian Monster" and her love of crossovers. Megan also shares what she's been up to since the pandemic threw a wrench into what would have been a month of celebrating new releases. Radio Fr…
 
It's possible that most coronavirus cases in France are not counted. We hear from one person who was diagnosed over the phone, and who waited out the quarantine at home, alone, with little official intervention. Also, an asparagus farmer is forced to find new ways to distribute after restaurants and markets are shuttered. And the French physicists …
 
Simultaneous Times Supplementary Log: Interviews with the authors and musicians of the podcast.On the Bookstore an essay by Jean-Paul L. Garnier - http://jplgarnier.blogspot.com/recorded live at Space Cowboy Bookswith music by RedBlueBlackSilver & Phog Masheeenhttps://redblueblacksilver.com/ - http://phogmasheeen.comtheme music by Dain Luscombehttp…
 
From a safe social distance, Toronto comic artist Shane Heron tells Justin and Jacob what the cancellation of upcoming comic conventions means for the launch of his newest project: the latest issue of Cauldron Magazine. March's Toronto Comicon was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic and so was May's Toronto Comics Art Festival (TCAF). On top of …
 
Two Year Anniversary Bonus EpisodeStory Featured in this Episode:Electrosmooth by Frank Slatermusic by RedBlueBlackSilver & Dain Luscomberead by Jean-Paul Garnierrecorded live at Joshua Tree Art & Musicco-produced by RedBlueBlackSilver - redblueblacksilver.comtheme music by Dain Luscombe Simultaneous Times is a monthly science fiction podcast produ…
 
France is on lockdown to try and stop the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus, but there have been contradictory explanations about what is and is not allowed. The woman who went on a road trip across France to restore her faith in love. And when France's colonies became departments. In the first of a two-week (possibly longer) confinement to try to…
 
Stories featured in this episode:Black Pit Blues by Gabriel Hart - http://mrgabrielhart.blogspot.comread by the author and Jean-Paul Garniermusic by RedBlueBlackSilver - https://redblueblacksilver.comSETI Girls by Jean-Paul L. Garnier - jplgarnier.blogspot.comread by the Heather Morganmusic by Phog Masheeen - http://phogmasheeen.comThe Skin Thing b…
 
This week on RFK, hear Halifax artist Alexander Forbes, who—along with Kris Bertin—made the Hobtown Mystery books "The Cursed Hermit" and "The Case of the Missing Men." Alex tells Justin and Jacob what went into designing the spooky but nostalgic setting of Hobtown. He also digs into how he and Kris take inspiration from every-day weirdness. Radio …
 
Stories featured in this episode:An Ever Reddening Glow by David Brin - http://davidbrin.com/read by Jean-Paul Garniermusic by RedBlueBlackSilver - https://redblueblacksilver.comCome Back Earlier by Jean-Paul L. Garnier - http://jplgarnier.blogspot.com/read by the authormusic by Phog Masheeen - http://phogmasheeen.comtheme music by Dain LuscombeSim…
 
The RFK Star Wars panel holds court to talk about new storytelling potential now that the Skywalkers have left the building. As books and TV series explore new corners of the galaxy, comics editor and writer Allison O'Toole (Wayward Kindred) and writer/artist Jason Loo (Afterlift) tell Justin and Jacob what stories they're excited for. Includes maj…
 
When artists move to a neighbourhood and open up shops and studios, property prices can increase and force people out. Hamilton writer and artist Sylvia Nickerson's comic "Creation" grapples with the role art plays in gentrification. Sylvia sits down with Justin and Jacob for a self-aware interview exploring her book's unique visual style and the t…
 
January 15, 2020.Repost of an enjoyable podcast by Space Cowboy Books in Joushua Tree, near the Mohave Desert, performing my story “Fat Stream.” Cast: Jean-Paul Garnier, Zara Kand, Patricia Thomson, Tamara Good, RedBlueBlackSilver, and music by Phog Masheeen. Great show. Thanks to all. Here’s the Space Cowboy “Simultaneous Times” podcast site. And …
 
Stories featured in this episode:Fat Stream by Rudy Rucker from the collection Complete Stories - http://www.rudyrucker.com/read by Jean-Paul Garnier, Zara Kand, Patricia Thomson, Tamara Good & RedBlueBlackSilvermusic by Phog Masheeen - http://phogmasheeen.comMandela by Brent A. Harris - https://brentaharris.com/music by RedBlueBlackSilver - https:…
 
November 13, 2019. Julia Grillmayr of Vienna interviewed me for her podcast show, Superscience Me, and her episode is on her site, lightly edited, with an intro, and with some nice electronic background music. Here I repost my raw version of the interview as a Rudy Rucker Podcasts episode. The sound quality is great; Julia […]…
 
Toronto creator Kat Verhoeven joins Jacob to discuss Meat and Bone, her web-comic-turned book in which an ensemble cast deals with problems including body-image issues and eating disorders. Kat tells Jacob about the process of publishing a web-comic in print and about the personal toll of telling such a sensitive story. RFK airs first on CJRU 1280 …
 
Sometimes writers don't love what they've written. Sometimes comics get misinterpreted. Sometimes one's feelings on what they wrote change with time. In clips from two of our favourite shows this year, comic creators Dennis O'Neil and Kelsey Wroten candidly reflect on their work. Dennis O'Neil is an iconic writer famous for his work on Batman and G…
 
Story and poem featured in this episode:The Duelist by Christopher Ruocchio - https://sollanempire.com/read by Jean-Paul Garnier & Gabriel Hartmusic by RedBlueBlackSilver - https://redblueblacksilver.com/Communication by Francene Kaplanread by the authormusic by Phog Masheeen - http://phogmasheeen.com/theme music by Dain Luscombe Simultaneous Times…
 
Montreal-based but Toronto-born artist and writer Sherwin Tija channeled a sense of hopelessness when making "Plummet," a new comic in which a woman wakes up to find herself falling, with no end in sight. Sherwin tells Jacob about the emotions behind the story, which was inspired in part by the September 11 attacks. They also discuss the technical …
 
Why the pension reform in France has everyone on edge and is blocking train travel through the holidays. Also, why keeping English out of the French language is more than a matter of words. And the search to unravel a mysterious inscription on a rock in Brittany. The Academie Française, founded in 1635 to protect the French language, is the butt of…
 
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