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Salt and Honey is a podcast by two friends and full-time cartoonists, Sloane (From Under Mountains, A Map to the Sun) and Leslie (Snotgirl) who want to delve deeper into why they like what they like and hate what they hate. Each week, we explore different aspects of different comics (popular and obscure), as well as other popular media, including but not limited to movies and television.
 
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This week, Sloane and Leslie are discussing whether or not immoral art can harm people. We talk more about the importance of art and the way it affects people, and the broader implications of something being viewed or read as being actively harmful. Discussed in this episode "Why Immoral Art Cannot Morally Harm Us" by Maria Caruso: https://scholarw…
 
This week, Leslie is interviewing Sloane about her new book, A Map to the Sun. We discuss some spoilers of the book, childhood and teen memories of friendship, and talk about how to address difficult and sensitive topics in fiction. A Map to the Sun (First Second) is available anywhere you can get books. Twitter: http://twitter.com/saltandhoneypod…
 
TRIGGER WARNING: we discuss sexual abuse and misconduct in this episode. This week, we talk about what has been going on on comics twitter in the past week, with many prominent figures in comics, art, and many other industries, being outed as having abused their power and acting inappropriately towards marginalized genders. We also discuss the pled…
 
This week, we're talking about narrative promises, what we try to keep in mind as creators, and what we expect as readers. We discuss works of fiction that we feel fulfill a promise, drawing a line from beginning to end. For the full quote in question, visit Sloane's newsletter: https://sloaneleong.substack.com/p/lets-talk-story/comments Twitter: h…
 
This week, we are talking to the inimitable Junko Mizuno about her work, process, and inspiration. We discuss her comics Pure Trance and Little Fluffy Gigolo Pelu (Last Gasp,) as well as the importance of staying true to one's self when creating stories and characters. This episode was for VanCAF, and for more digital programming, check out #CANCAF…
 
This week, we're joined by comics writer Matt Fraction, probably best known for his run on Marvel's Hawkeye, as well as Sex Criminals and Casanova (Image Comics.) In this episode, we talked to him about what went into the planning and process of his new book with Elsa Charretier, November (Image.) November also features colors by Matt Hollingsworth…
 
This week, Sloane and Leslie discuss the novel, On Earth We're Briefly Gorgeous, by Ocean Vuong. Vuong, a poet who was recently named one of this year's MacArthur fellows, writes about the story of Little Dog. On Earth We're Briefly gorgeous centers around family, first love, and the ripple effect of war and violence. Twitter: http://twitter.com/sa…
 
This is a recording from our live panel that took place at VanCAF 2019. We talked with Hwei Lim, Emma Rios, and Marian Churchland about their processes for developing stories and comics, as well as what inspires them. Thanks, VanCAF! Twitter: http://twitter.com/saltandhoneypod Hwei Lim: http://twitter.com/madaoba Emma Rios: http://twitter.com/emmar…
 
This week, Sloane and Leslie wax poetic about PEN15, a comedy web series created by Maya Erskine, Anna Konkle, and Sam Zvibleman. Includes spoilers for the entire series. The show itself tackles the minutiae of being a hormonal teen in ways that haven't really been talked about in popular media. Talking points: AIM chat rooms, navigating growing up…
 
Sloane and Leslie talk about the comics related art festivals and exhibits that they've been going to in both Angoulême, France, and in Los Angeles. Artists mentioned: James Corbin, Jeremie Moreau, Moebius, Manara, Naoki Urasawa, and many more. Twitter: http://twitter.com/saltandhoneypod Angoulême Festival information: https://www.bdangouleme.com/ …
 
This week, Sloane and Leslie have a conversation with comic artist and writer, Hwei Lim, probably best known for her Image series (with Emma Rios,) Mirror, and her webcomic, Hero. We talk about Hwei's influences, fantasy novels and games as inspiration, doujinshi, and traveling. Find Hwei: http://lalage.tumblr.com http://twitter.com/madaoba The pod…
 
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