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Thomas Campi p1

READERSVOICE.COM aims to collect a few interesting reading tips. This issue features some creative artists from the recent OZ Comic Con in Brisbane. Thomas Campi is an artist and illustrator of comics. And some of the creators behind the new slasher movie The Furies also mention some favorite books.

Thomas Campi p2

Artist Thomas Campi, who illustrated The Joe Shuster Story, mentions some of his favorite books...

The Furies

The director and prosthetic effects artist from the new slasher movie The Furies talk about making the slasher film and mention some favorite books...

Olivia Kemp p1

READERSVOICE.COM aims to collect a few interesting reading tips. This issue features Olivia Kemp, who creates highly detailed pen drawings of landscapes, both real and imagined. Ms Kemp has also read a lot of poetry and prose about landscape, and she mentions some titles. She also mentions a couple of favorite biographies of artists.

Olivia Kemp p2

Artist Olivia Kemp mentions some favorite works of poetry and talks about how literature affects her art work ...

Olivia Kemp p3

Landscape artist Olivia Kemp mentions a couple of books on artists Andrew Wyeth and Samuel Palmer...

Derrick Chew p1

READERSVOICE.COM aims to collect a few interesting reading tips. This issue features Derrick Chew, from Singapore, who creates amazing pictures. Before reading this interview, have a look at his picture Harley Quinn in Japan. He also has other dynamic pictures, featuring Darth Vader, Vampirella and his own characters. Mr Chew appears frequently at pop culture events in the US where he talks about his artwork.

Derrick Chew p2

Illustrator and concept artist for numerous gaming and entertainment companies Derrick Chew mentions a favorite manga, and talks about concept art...

Lifeline Bookfest book reviews

Norman Wallis continues his project: he aims to review every book at the Lifeline Bookfest, including the regional Bookfests, and not just the main one in Brisbane which is held twice a year. There are more than a million second hand books for sale at each Brisbane Bookfest. The last one made the charity Lifeline a bit more than a million dollars, which will be used for phone counselling and other services. The Lifeline Bookfest has a website where you can volunteer to sort and price books at the many tables at each Bookfest.

Iron Cthulhu Apocalypse p1

READERSVOICE.COM aims to collect some interesting reading tips. Iron Cthulhu Apocalypse’s music has been called uncanny, atmospheric and chilling. But a lot of people listen to it to chill out. He creates dark ambient pieces, many of which are influenced by his reading. He especially likes the work of H.P. Lovecraft, but ICA gives a lot of good reading recommendations and leads in this interview.