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Mike Russell of CulturePulp interviewed me for my guest panel at the Stumptown Comics Fest. We talked about Family Man, Bite Me, Outfoxed, sources of inspiration, and why history is so cool!

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Hi! This is Katie from Work Made For Hire.  Dylan's lending me her podcast hosting space to share this year's Freelancer Roundtable with you.  Friday I sat down with Bill MudronErika Moen and Dylan to talk about freelancing. We've been hosting these podcasts for four years now. It's been a nice way to reflect on the scramble that freelancing can be and talk about we've learned in the last year.

In this second part of the podcast we talk about figuring out hourly vs. flat rates, knowing when to move for work and what our goals are for the coming year.

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Hi! This is Katie from Work Made For Hire.  Dylan's lending me her podcast hosting space to share this year's Freelancer Roundtable with you.  Friday I sat down with Bill Mudron, Erika Moen and Dylan to talk about freelancing. We've been hosting these podcasts for four years now. It's been a nice way to reflect on the scramble that freelancing can be and talk about we've learned in the last year.

In this first part of the podcast we talk about portfolios, when to pass on work, and Bill tells a horrifying story of how not to make sure you get paid for a freelancing job.

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Bite Me! Part Two

Part Two of a special hourlong podcast, with special guest topic Bite Me! and special guest Bill Mudron.  Part one at quirkybird.podbean.com!

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Bite Me! Part One

Part 1 of special topic Bite Me! and special guest Bill Mudron!  Enjoy an extra-long podcast in which I answer questions about the upcoming print edition of Bite Me!, connections to Family Man, and fend off longtime collaborator Bill Mudron's attempts to investigate the sex lives of religion lecturers.  Then enjoy part two.

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Autumnal Offering

A quick but punchy autumnal podcast!  In which we discuss Sherlock Holmes, religious upbringing, dolphin impressions, and Luther's nose.  I probably ended up re-answering a lot of previous questions - sorry about that, but it's been so long since the last one that you don't remember them from the first time, right?  Right.

This just about finishes off the original round of questions (geez), and I'm collecting new ones, so feel free to submit!  Given recent events in the comic, I can only imagine what new frustrations I've bred in you.

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Atonement

Hey folks! I blew myself out painting a bedroom and moving in a new housemate this past weekend, so instead of this week's page (which is, I promise, half finished), you get twenty minutes of me yammering in response to your insightfully phrased questions!

Don't make that face. You all brought it upon yourselves. Click to listen, and feel free to add more questions in the comments!

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Page 103 of Family Man now online! (permalink)
Whew. Just under the line, there. Well, it's on time for West Coast time anyway. Sorry East Coast and Europe, your academic intrigue is slightly late!Anyway, that's about it for the scholastic yakkity yak. Soon there will be more girls and foreshadowing!--

As previously mentioned, I'll be at the Stumptown Comics Fest in Portland, OR this weekend! Oh, how I will be there.

Not only will I be tabling, I'll also be moderating the Periscope Studio panel and participating in the Comic Art Battle. Also giving away Family Man postcards, selling some pendants (if I can scrape up the time to make some!), t-shirts, sketches, minicomics, and just generally running around like a crazy person. Come say hi!

Check it out, kids! Family Man finally has its own damn URL: LutherLevy.com! (familymancomic.com will also be up and running in a couple of months.)

It's insane that it took me this long, but printing 1000 free giveaway promo postcards for Stumptown is a good motivation to get a nice short address.

That's the URL for the homepage, not the straight-up WCN archive; call me old-fashioned, but I do like having a formal front door, and having that URL be the easier one seems like a better way to make sure that people come in gracefully.

Meanwhile, there are now probably two or three nice black dudes named Luther Levy who will now be very confused when they ego-surf on Google. Sorry, guys! Feel free to pay me thousands of dollars to give up the domain name.

Page 101 now online!

A few new things - a bit of overdue tidying and convenience-adding on the comic's WCN home.

And Rector Nolte is up in the cast room; and, for those of you who missed it last week, the first episode of the podcast is online.

Next week:  notes!  And oh what notes there will be!

Aaaaand, for those of you in the Portland area, some of my art will be up for First Thursday at City Hall, courtesy Commissioner Sam Adams.  Thursday, 5-7pm, City Hall on SW 4th Ave!  Free beer, free music, free roaming around a seat of government, and lotsa cartoons on the walls.

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