Tag: Black experience

  • Nadine Kennedy, Artist | Tales from the 2.9 #13

    Nadine Kennedy, Artist | Tales from the 2.9 #13

    Last updated on February 13th, 2024 at 12:08 amNadine knows me from a life before I’d ever realized what I’d get up to as a writer—Casey Palmer the comic book artist, manning booths at local comic and anime conventions with my creator-owned series Fish & Chimps and several other projects I was always working on.…

  • Jon Crowley, Writer | Tales from the 2.9 #12

    Jon Crowley, Writer | Tales from the 2.9 #12

    Last updated on February 13th, 2024 at 12:06 amI first crossed paths with Jon in ye olde days of Twitter, long before it became the “it” place to be and we still partied at people’s houses, never dreaming of earning a paycheque from this digital hustle. He was the guy I’d often see at birthday…

  • Black Sebath, BS7 | Tales from the 2.9 #11

    Black Sebath, BS7 | Tales from the 2.9 #11

    Last updated on February 13th, 2024 at 12:02 amI first met Black Sebath at a joint 3SHAHs x Black Sebath event uptown, and from our conversation then I knew I’d met someone strong in her conviction, unafraid to live life through her own principles and paradigms. When I asked her to submit to Tales from…

  • Kevin Kelly | Tales from the 2.9 #10

    Kevin Kelly | Tales from the 2.9 #10

    Last updated on February 15th, 2024 at 11:08 pmKevin’s one of the few people in my digital life who knew me well before my journey into a full-fledged blogger ever really began. Introduced through mutual friends, he’s actually one of the people who got me to go to my first tweetup in 2010, and I haven’t…

  • Natalie Preddie, Blogger | Tales from the 2.9 #9

    Natalie Preddie, Blogger | Tales from the 2.9 #9

    Last updated on February 12th, 2024 at 11:55 pmIn my journey through blogging so far, I can tell you one thing with absolute certainty—it’s hard to find bloggers who are genuinely nice people, not coming at every interaction with some ulterior motive, ready to take advantage at the slightest whiff of an opening. Natalie Preddie…