- Artist: Alex C. Telander
- Length: 30:12 minutes (8 MB)
- Format: MP3 Mono 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
It’s September 15th and time for another new episode of BookBanter. On this episode I’ll be talking with bestselling author and award-winning graphic novel writer Mike Carey. Carey has worked on a number of graphic novel projects, including the long-running Lucifer series, as well as a number of X-Men comics. He is currently working on his latest comic book series, The Unwritten. He is also the author of a popular book series featuring the exorcist Felix Castor. The first two books — The Devil You Know and Vicious Circle — are now available in paperback, with the third — Dead Men’s Boots — recently released in hardcover.
So sit back and relax — unless you’re going to be listening to the latest episode in the car and you’re driving! — and find out from Mike Carey what he uses to write with, how he got into comics, what he thinks of “punting,” and everything else going on his life.
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For now: keep turning those pages!
Alex C. Telander.