In case you missed it, I'm Editor-in Chief of GraphicallyChristian.com. We're happy to announce, after a much needed site redesign and some less needed procrastination, we've started reposting "No Apologies Allowed", a satirical apologetics comic by Joshua Warren, onto our website. Check out the first few comics originally posted back in 2010: http://www.graphicallychristian.com/no-apologies-allowed/archives/12-2010
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Thanks Jonathan - was sorry to hear the site was down, but look forward to seeing what you come up with in the future! Yes, it can be tough finding that niche. I've run some other blogs in the past, and currently run another blog that I'm working to grow along with Axiom. All of them communicate truth in different ways. Sometimes it seems like those that aren't quite so up front about a message are a little more accessible to a wider audience. Or sometimes working in a community that one normally wouldn't think of as specifically Christian is a good way to share too. However, through starting Axiom, I was really aiming for something that was more for a Christian audience, simply as a means to encourage, share artwork and hopefully be a unique voice in the Christian Art community.
Anyway, if you'd like to do an interview, just drop me a note at axiomillustration (at) outlook (dot) com!
I actually opted to close Graphically Christian, but Joshua Warren is still posting on NoApologiesAllowed.Wordpress.com. It is one of the best comics, and probably the best Christian satirical work I've seen online.
As far as my work, I'm focusing on finding the right output to build my brand. Like you, I do some interviews and reviews, but I'm trying to really find a niche, and I'm experimenting to find out what that is. When I do, I'll definitely reach out, and I'd love to do an interview. Thanks so much for the offer!
Is the site still up? I just tried to take a look, and couldn't get through...
Awesome! I'll be sure to add the link on Axiom!