On this episode we have the pleasure of chatting with the creators of the recently published graphic novel Gringo Love: Stories of Sex Tourism in Brazil.  Written by Marie-Eve Carrier-Moisan, adapted by William Flynn, and illustrated by Débora Santos. We discuss the graphic novel, what it was like working collaboratively on the project, and some of the particularities of turning an ethnography into a graphic novel.

[0:50] The Intro

[08:07] The Conversation: Part 1

[33:34] The Interlude: On technology, time & space.

[42:44] The Conversation: Part 2

[55:44] The wrap up

 

Grab your copy of Gringo Love, available from University of Toronto Press as part of the ethnoGraphic series.

 

And hey, thanks for listening!

-Billy & Phil

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