Skip to main content

Hyphenated


I was interviewed by Ching-In Chen for an article about Indian-themed comics, which is out now in the new issue of Hyphen Magazine. I haven't seen it yet, but hopefully they were able to edit down my rambling answers into something a little more pithy. I don't think they included any illustrations from me (I couldn't really decide what to send them in time), but it's a thought-provoking topic and there are some other interviews with excellent artists, so I can't wait to see. According to their website:

Hyphen is a magazine about Asian America for the culturally and politically savvy. Built around a clarity of image, word and social awareness, Hyphen takes form from the artists, thinkers and creators who are shaping a new multiethnic generation.

Yes! I think they have an excellent blog as well.

I won't be able to make it to the "Who Is Mr. Brown" show (They'll be exhibiting the piece I showed you in my last post), but here is the info for anyone who would like to attend:

Who is Mr. Brown?

A fundraiser for New Global Citizens, featuring art and music inspired by the song "Mr. Brown" by Bob Marley and the Wailers

111 Minna Gallery

111 Minna Street
San Francisco, CA
94105

Friday, August 10, 2007
9pm-2am
$5 (gets you a raffle ticket and a free copy of issue #27 of ALARM Magazine; all proceeds go to New Global Citizens)
21 and up

Featuring: Art and Music Inspired by the song "Mr. Brown" by Bob Marley and
the Wailers; Politically and Socially Conscious DJ Sets; Free Copies of
Issue #27 of ALARM Magazine; Raffle Prizes from ALARM, Intersection,
Fabric8, Goorin Brothers Hats, Romanowksi and more!

There's more info about artists and music here.