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Meet the Artist – Ofelia Ocha

When did you start drawing?20190405_125619_HDR

I’ve doodled my whole life, started taking it seriously in 2017.

What are your favorite things to draw?

Aquatic animals, I’m not sure why.

Who are some of your artistic inspirations?

I’m a big fan of Frannerd, Rachel Dean, Iraville and Jake Parker.

Any projects you’re working on or looking forward to working on?

Currently working on my first graphic novel!

What’s a good way for fans to check out your work?

Facebook and Instagram @thelastgnomad

 

Meet the Writer – Charles Martin

When did you start writing?charles

My first written and completed story was a new mythology heavily cribbed from the Greeks and featuring copious references to Sunday morning comics. I hearted Garfield so freaking hard. That was fifth grade, and, by seventh grade, I declared I would live as nothing else but a tortured and underappreciated writer.

What are your favorite things to write?

I bought in early on the idea that to be a good writer of anything,
you needed to first be a bad writer of everything. I’ve written poems (badly), drama (passably), nonfiction (indulgently), literary fiction (pretentiously), and genre fiction (gleefully). I’m currently listing toward comics and screenplays, but have and idea percolating that will hopefully be my eighth published novel.

Who are some of your artistic inspirations?

Neil Gaiman, Tom King, Brian K. Vaughn, Will Eisner, John Steinbeck. The humanists are my people. I specifically like writers with complex voices that thread comedy into tragedies and tragedy into comedies.

Any projects you’re working on or looking forward to working on?

I’m collaborating with Jerry Bennett on Glamorella’s Daughter, which will debut this summer with an art show and preview release at the Skirvin Hotel. It’s a middle grade graphic novel of the brilliant-but-so-over-it daughter of a celebrity-obsessed superhero. I’m also writing and lettering on John Eric Osborn’s Enigma Machine comic series. I’ve discovered I adore lettering. Finally, Don Rosencrans is doing the art for my own comic, Bastard Children of Route 66, which is a progressive take on Smokey and the Bandit where humans are outlawed from driving cars.

What’s a good way for fans to check out your work?

Literatipressok.com and @literatipress. All our titles are also at the Literati Press Book Shop in the Paseo Arts District, where we also do an Ink & Draw live art event for comic book creators on Sundays at 4pm.

 

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