Barnes & Noble Blog “Unabashedly Bookish”

Writer and writing teacher Jill Dearman (Bang the Keys), who just happens to live in my building (and who went to college with

!), just interviewed me for the Barnes & Noble blog "Unabashedly Bookish." I like the title of the piece, "He is a Camera; Josh Neufeld’s Cinematic Take on Hurricane Katrina." The interview is half A.D. and half just me: Jill asked some unusual questions, which I enjoyed answering, including my writing/drawing process, my personal obsessions, and what artists, writers, and teachers have influenced me the most. Check it out here.


About joshcomix
Brooklyn-based cartoonist specializing in nonfiction comics about topics like Hurricane Katrina, the media, travel, and finance.

2 Responses to Barnes & Noble Blog “Unabashedly Bookish”

  1. Anonymous says:

    mystery western
    Was it “Kid Blue” with Dennis Hopper?

  2. Anonymous says:

    How about this one?
    I love 70’s westerns, but your description is not really ringing a bell for me. So I did some googling… Was it “Dirty Little Billy”?

    I’ve never seen it, but it seems to match your description. MUDDY!
    In my searching I also learned that there is a term for countercultural Westerns: Acid-Western. But it was only coined in the mid-90’s to describe “Dead Man” starring Johnny Depp. I think before Acid-Western, they were simply called Political Westerns.

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