by Karl Fischer
We of the 2015-2016 NBAS hope to interview every single past member, not just because the veterans can offer us valuable insights, but because the series has become an institution, one with a substantial, growing body of work behind its name. There's a history here and we want to learn about it. In just three more years, the NBAS will be a decade old, and as the bizarro genre continues to expand, people will have questions about these titles. If they're at all like us, they'll want to know where the new authors have come from, where they've gone to, and how the intersection between them and this series has affected their careers. We will not rest until the last New Bizarro Author has either spilled their guts or threatened us with a restraining order.
In case you've missed out, here's a list of all the interviews we've done so far:
We will probably change up the format as things progress. As you can see in Tamara's interview with Betty Rocksteady, the use of watercolor paintings has served as an innovative substitution for standard Q and A dialogue. There's no telling what we might or might not do next.