Igor Goldkind Interview
"The distinction of the San Diego Comic Convention, certainly in the early days...is [that] it brought together a lot of different types of fans."
Igor Goldkind has been hooked on reading science fiction since elementary school. In 1974, while he was a student at Patrick Henry High School and at just 15 years old, Igor became the science fiction programming coordinator for Comic-Con. He has worked as a marketing consultant and PR spokesman for comics publishers in the United Kingdom.
Igor's marketing genius helped to shape the term "graphic novel" as we know it today as a way to help sell the comics. Igor is currently the creative producer at SUBVERSIONfactory, which explores the intersection ideas about image, language, sound, movement and computation.
Interviewed by Mark Habegger
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This project was made possible with support from Cal Humanities, an independent non-profit state partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities. For more information, visit calhum.org.