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2 Apr 2018
I want my art to have the same sense of mystery and wonder that a great story does.
19 Mar 2018
I want to invite the viewer to my work through feelings of coziness, relaxation, and comfort.
27 Feb 2018
I hope to intrigue the viewer enough to think about the story. I hope to excite their interest and give them a little rush.
27 Feb 2018
Catastrophes, especially ones that are made infinitely worse by racism and disaster capitalism, resist metaphor, even if those metaphors are initially beneficial.
29 Jan 2018
Asking cis readers to bend themselves just a little to read our works can be a form of education in itself: recognizing how much they've been centered when suddenly they're not.
By: Tory Hoke
Art by: Sam Guay
15 Jan 2018
I knew I wanted to continue with my art, but I hadn’t found the place where my art belonged.
1 Jan 2018
I'm always chasing tensions in the stories I tell, and media that articulates that beautiful tension proves a profound and reliable guide.
27 Nov 2017
I can’t think of a more fertile environment to ground the questions of our future in, and to ‘experiment’ with alternatives.
30 Oct 2017
These novels narrate the sense of an ending while resisting closure; they are not warnings about the future, but rather a narration of the present, offering a critique but stopping short of envisioning an alternative.
23 Oct 2017
The 'Blade Runner' story in its various iterations has always been so much more than Screenwriter 101 tricks to generate sympathy. Going right back to 'Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep', the story is about—or in fact, the story entirely is—empathy.
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