Thursday, 16 February 2012


"While we're at it, do we have to use the word “live” twice in the first two sentences like we just cracked the technology?" - CJ Cregg, The West Wing

Here's a fun/terrifying thing: Stacey and Lee will be broadcasting a special LIVE SMALL PRESS BIG MOUTH on 18th February - that's this coming Saturday evening! It will be part of a marathon live Geek News Radio podcast that includes Book Club, Next Level, Comic Book Outsiders, Sidekickcast, Speak Easy & SF Signal starting at 4pm and finishing around 11.30. SPBM's slot is 6pm-7pm.

The broadcast will be via Ustream and the full line-up looks like this (subject to changes)

To listen in on Saturday just click this 'ere link HERE or go to ustream and search for Geek News Radio.

Stay tuned to Lee and Stace's Twitter feeds for updates.

Tuesday, 14 February 2012

Episode 35.5 - a Canny panel!

Here's a special episode of Small Press Big Mouth which was recorded at The Canny Comic Con on the 10th December 2011...
The Information Superhighway to your audience! Digital distribution for self-published comics.
How can you use the web to get your comic to its readers? Stacey Whittle chairs a panel with Daniel CliffordLeonie O’MooreGordon Robertson and Terry Wiley that will discuss the potential benefits and hurdles to using digital comic distribution. In a constantly evolving field, what new models, tactics and opportunities are out there for a comic creator who wants their work to be read?
Direct Download: Episode 35.5

Tuesday, 7 February 2012

Episode 35 is online!

Welcome to the ever so slightly late episode 35 of Small Press Big Mouth! This episode has a splattering of Indie related news but is seriously review heavy as Stace and Lee wade through a myriad of comics including: Hitsville, Hark! A Vagrant, Stiffs, Hilda and the Midnight Giant, Verity Fair, Seeds, Colin's Godson, The Holy Terror, Elemental Micah, Windfall Melons and What's The Time Mrs Woolf?. We hope you enjoy the comeback show!

Direct download: Episode 35


Another Whittle work of art: Owl-Lee