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January 7, 2015
Posted by: Mark Siegel
Categories: Uncategorized

We are in shock. How to respond to the murder of our colleagues at Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris? The obscene, monstrous attack of extremists only confirms that Charlie Hebdo’s unapologetically offensive humor served a vital purpose, if as a society we all intend to protect freedom of speech. Our deepest condolences to the families of Read the Rest…

October 15, 2014
Posted by: Mark Siegel
Categories: Uncategorized

  One of the freshest, loveliest children’s comics I’ve come across this year is from Oni Press. In a format akin to Luke Pearson’s HILDA books—also beloved of my own children—COSTUME QUEST is pure reading pleasure. There’s a joy and clarity to the storytelling in every aspect that makes this little universe a rare treat. Read the Rest…

May 14, 2014
Posted by: Calista Brill
Categories: Uncategorized

I’m so happy to have a chance to contribute to this awesome bloggy festival of love for Zita the Spacegirl, in honor of the publication of the third book in the series! See below for more info on the official blog tour. You might notice that my particular contribution is two shameful days late, but Read the Rest…

May 13, 2014
Posted by: Mark Siegel
Categories: Uncategorized

The trilogy is complete! Of all our books, Zita the Spacegirl has earned the most fan photos and cosplay. Ben Hatke’s joyful, unbridled universe keeps growing richer with creatures and space-operatic adventure. Now a complete trilogy, the Zita story is a gem and a treat and fantastical delight for everyone, starting in their pre-Star Wars Read the Rest…

May 6, 2014
Posted by: Calista Brill
Categories: Uncategorized

  It’s a sign of a really, really good biography that you come away from it feeling like you KNOW the subject, like you have a personal relationship, like this person has earned a place in your heart the way a good friend does. You guys. Get your hearts ready.

May 5, 2014
Posted by: Mark Siegel
Categories: Uncategorized

Publishing is not a science. Like any house, we have our hits, we have our misses, we have the odd clunker. But every so often, there’s a book that redefines us, and might just change the landscape we operate in. Here’s one of those. I’ve wanted to work with Jillian Tamaki ever since I saw Read the Rest…

April 30, 2014
Posted by: Mark Siegel
Categories: Uncategorized

Today begins a blog tour that should be loads of fun: “My Favorite Thing About Zita the Spacegirl”! See the program of upcoming guests here! So what is my favorite thing? I think it’s the way Ben Hatke has these whimsical notions that he pulls off and makes me believe in—like a “heart attack” that Read the Rest…

April 1, 2014
Posted by: Calista Brill
Categories: Uncategorized

Today is publication day for a really special book. I first read Hidden in its original French. My French is okay but not good. But because L’enfant cachée is a book for young children, it was written at about my reading level. This means I had an experience I don’t often have: reading a truly Read the Rest…

March 25, 2014
Posted by: Calista Brill
Categories: Uncategorized

Guys, I’m so excited — it’s finally time for PIZZA! I mean, it’s finally time for THE GLORKIAN WARRIOR! Because it comes out today. You will find betwixt the covers of this brand spankin’ new work from James Kochalka: Clam and peanut butter pizza Baby aliens Talking backpacks Incompetency Laughs! As the wise man said, Read the Rest…

March 24, 2014
Posted by: Mark Siegel
Categories: Adventures in Publishing, Books, Uncategorized

  This is a crown-jewel in Danica Novgorodoff’s body of work—you can be sure you’ve never read or seen anything like this. We’re immensely proud to release this one—and how about that Sergio Leone cover, to boot?   “A vast, dangerous tale… Novgorodoff has created a world filled with ghosts, regrets, dreams, and love.” —Brian Read the Rest…