Continuing Panel Borders month of shows on international creators, Alex Fitch talks to Swiss graphic novelist Frederik Peeters about his latest comic Sandcastle, published by SelfMadeHero and based on a script by filmmaker Pierre-Oscar Lévy. Sandcastle is a Twilight Zone style narrative about a group of strangers trapped on a beach where time moves at different rates; Alex and Frederik talk about the influence of science fiction on his work and his interest in autobiography which led to his award winning graphic novel Blue Pills - A Positive Love Story.
(The interview was recorded at Gosh! Comics, London in October 2011)
• Panel Borders: Blue Pills and Sandcastles is being streamed at www.resonancefm.com / podcast after broadcast at www.panelborders.wordpress.com
There will be no broadcast episode of Panel Borders on Sunday 27th May as Resonance is devoting the day's programming to a celebration of the 59th birthday of KLF co-founder and musician Bill Drummond.
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