A show about the people who make the things we love
A chat with a poet, an artist, a cartoonist and an illustrator about creativity during Covid.
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This weeks guests are: Poet Emily S. Cooper in Donegal. Twitter: https://twitter.com/Emily_S_Cooper
Illustrator, designer and book author Charlot Kristensen's graphic novel What We Don't Talk About is available for pre-order at Avery Hill Publishing: https://averyhillpublishing.bigcartel.com/product/what-we-don-t-talk-about-by-charlot-kristensen
Charlot's website is: https://charlotkristensen.com/
Artist Mick Minogue's website is https://www.mickminoguemadethis.com/ and you can order SWP (Suprise - Woodcut - Post) from his Instagram: www.instagram.com/mickminogue
Cartoonist Chelsea Akpan's website is https://thankscocoa.com/ and is @thankscocoa on Twitter & Instagram
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