Head’s up FYIC, tomorrow Telegraph Gallery is going to putting up a curated selection of small press comics and zines on their website. Already known for working with illustrators like Michael DeForge, Jane Mai, Anthony Clark, Jublin, and Caldwell Tanner to produce affordable limited edition poster series, Telegraph’s Kate & David have decided to start offering a selection of the best stuff in contemporary small press.
“We’re stoked to be offering great books from talents like Jim Rugg, Dustin Harbin, Nathan Bulmer, Box Brown, John Martz, Phillipa Rice, and of course Michael DeForge. Being able to work with great artists every month is awesome to begin with - combining that with all the new books coming out this year, it’s like small press nerd heaven for us,” says Kate.
Telegraph is also actively looking for a comic review contributing bloggers for their website. Contact email@example.com for the hook up.
Hey everyone! I’m working with a few of my friends on a comic book-related project for iOS. Without going into too much detail, we’re hoping to build and launch an independent comic book publication later this year.
We were wondering if there are any authors or illustrators interesting in having their work published or in helping us build this community. Authors, illustrators, and advisors to this project will be compensated for thier work and input.
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Hello, I am the writer of the following independent comic:
Here is a mirror site:
and the actual website is still being worked on at:
The artist is:
And I would like to share this comic with more people (we just launched everything this month). It is a silent comic, so there is no language barrier to enjoyment.
Thank you for your time!
Four pages comic by Kostja Ribnik. You can read more stories about obsessions, freedom and romance on www.kostjaribnik.com/
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Indie comics news from Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, East Europe:
“Glimpses of Comfort”, Collection of comics about obsessions, freedom and romance by Ella Gall and Kostja Ribnik is out now!
Printed and free online edition.
Published by Stripnjak comics, Sarajevo, May 2013.
58 page, A5, B&W (color cover), staple bound.
Hard copy is limited to edition of 50.
You can download DRM free PDF version here
Or order hard copy/read online comics on http://www.kostjaribnik.com/
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“…this comic book does not, as it might seem, glorify the autistic
sensibility or the ultimate adequacy of the cognitive interiority, but
it offers a critique of the dominant forms of emancipation in
modern liberal democracy.” - Excerpt from afterword by Šefik Tatlić
“Haunting tales from the depths of the foggy Sarajevo underground.
Lonely bottle collectors, noiselife, winther, weltschmerz and strangely
familiar weirdness.” - Andreas Brandal, Stripnjak editor