San Francisco Jewish Weekly Interview, Part 1

Hey, I was interviewed this past week for the San Francisco Jewish Weekly’s Comix Friday column and the first part went live HERE. Next week, we expand on THE BIG KAHN in detail.

“If you do know what you’re doing, art can be a little more tedious than writing. I can write a 200-page graphic novel in three months. That same graphic novel will take an artist three years to draw. Plus, as an artist, working with a writer, you’re really trying to get the writer’s vision out there. And I know for myself, I’m the worst writer to work with, because I know exactly what I want on the page.”

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About the Author

Neil Kleid
Neil Kleid
Neil Kleid authored "Ninety Candles", a Xeric-winning graphic novella about life, death, legacy and comics, and "Brownsville", a graphic novel about the Jewish mafia for NBM Publishing. He has written for Marvel, Image, Shadowline, IDW, NBM, Slave Labor Graphics, Random House/Villard and Puffin Graphics. His next book for NBM, "The Big Kahn", arrives Summer 2009.

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