Steven Andrews is the lead editor of the Toronto Comics Anthology. He reached out to me and told me all about what they were doing and loved it.
The Toronto Comics Anthology team has taken the city of Toronto and pulled together a group of passionate creators.
The thing that I found especially interesting about this anthology is how transparent they are about the financial aspect of creating a comic. Where money comes from, how it is spent; it’s a great resource for those who are interested in starting their own anthology project.
During this conversation we talk building anthologies, Kickstarter success, and what it takes to start an anthology of your own.
So get excited for this one! Comics Manifest episode 088 with Steven Andrews.
Comics Manifest Podcast
- Personal Habit: Work Ethic
- Book and Comic Recommendations: Save The Cat, Delicious in Dungeon
- Creator to pay attention to: B C Holmes
- What would Steven say to his past self: Fix everything
Just do it.
Links and Resources
- Toronto Comics Anthology Kickstarter
- Toronto Comics Anthology Website
- Toronto Comics Anthology Financial Stats
- Save the Cat!
- Delicious in Dungeon
Connect with Steven
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