Quill Creative Living
About This Show
On Quill, you will hear interviews with all sorts of people that think creativity and making things is important to them. You'll find out how they make it work - everything from medium, inspiration, and ritual, to hardship, money, and relationship challenges. Quill is made by and for feminist queer people, and although not all guests will fit this particular profile, we strive to make a safer space for your ears, mind and heart.
Most Recent Episode
Episode 6 | Lateef Martin
Lateef Martin is a graduate from the Illustration & Design program at Dawson College. He is a multi-disciplinary artist, from music production and cosplaying to graphic design. At the core of it, he is an illustrator with a taste for video games, comics, sci-fi and 80s Saturday morning cartoons. He founded his company Miscellaneum Studios in 2013. Its goal is to deliver great entertainment while representing people of color, women, the LGBTQ community, and other marginalized communities in a non-stereotypical manner. The first project is called Z’Isle, a comic book series set in Montreal 7 years after a zombie apocalypse. Presently on issue #5, a video game and soundtrack is under development.
Z’Isle Kickstarter Campaign
About the Podcast
Every month, I interview someone about their creative work and process. The podcast is available on Stitcher and iTunes.
Thank-you to Emily Campbell for teaching me some basic sound recording and interviewing skills, and to Athena Holmes for composing and recording the music you hear before and after each episode.
Do you know someone who would be a perfect guest for the Quill podcast? Email me!
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