In part 2, I continue my fun conversation with the Lost Mountain Mechanicals, a trio of collaborative comic creators who write the Jekyll Island Chronicles series.
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Interview with the Lost Mountain Mechanicals (Part 2)
Our conversation naturally shifted toward collaboration in Part 2, which is no surprise with this creative trio.
They have some wonderful insights about collaborating, as well as more background about how they found inspiration from a local historical site, how they turned their comic into educational content, and much more.
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