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Tuesday, October 31, 2006
 

New Classics


Penguin Graphic Classics has just published the new edition of Akutagawa's Rashomon, with a cover by Yoshihiro Tatsumi, it joins covers of classics by other cartoonists including Voltaire's Candide by Chris Ware, The Portable Dorothy Parker by Seth, Upton Sinclair's The Jungle by Charles Burns and Hans Christian Andersson's Fairy Tales by Anders Nilsen. Chester Brown also provides cover art to D.H. Lawrence's Lady Chatterly's Lover, though I don't think it's for sale yet.

Posted by Peggy Burns at 1:26 PM
 

King Cat Classix

Did you know that we're publishing a 384-page "best of" collection from the first 50 issues of John Porcellino's King-Cat minicomic? Well, we are and it'll be hitting stores April 2007(-ish.) Until that time, we'll occasionally be running a strip from those fifty issues, some of which were cut and some that'll be in the book.


Posted by Tom Devlin at 10:33 AM
Monday, October 30, 2006
 

D&B talked and talked and talked...


and then signed some books.


Posted by Tom Devlin at 9:17 PM
Friday, October 27, 2006
 

Paul Moves Out Nominated for a Golden Oak Award




We are pleased to share that Michel Rabagliati's Paul Moves Out has been shortlisted for the Golden Oak Award sponsored by the Ontario Library Association, the award "provides a unique opportunity for new readers in adult literacy programs to read books chosen specifically for them. They can read the books by themselves, with their tutors, or as part of a reading group. In this, the first year of the Golden Oak Book Club, ten outstanding Canadian titles are recommended."

Posted by Peggy Burns at 12:19 PM
 

Steve Mumford in Boston...

Steve Mumford, the artist behind our book Baghdad Journal currently has an exhibit up through November 19th at the Tufts University Art Gallery. A Boston native, Mumford is profiled in the Globe today and in the Phoenix here and here.

Posted by Peggy Burns at 11:23 AM
Wednesday, October 25, 2006
 

Tomine, Bell and Others in NYC 10/26!

On Thursday, October 26th at 7PM, Adrian Tomine and Gabrielle Bell will be on a panel along with editor and cartoonist Ivan Brunetti and contributors to the Yale University Press book An Anthology of Graphic Fiction, Cartoons and True Stories. The panel takes places at the 92 St Y, 35 West 67th St in NYC.

Posted by Peggy Burns at 10:04 AM
Monday, October 23, 2006
 

All Hail Kevin Huizenga!

Nathalie Atkinson of the Globe & Mail praises Kevin Huizenga in a round-up of this season's graphic novels and anthologies:

"Huizenga's inventive use of the graphic medium's language is the quintessential example of a sequence possible only in comics."

Posted by Peggy Burns at 9:58 AM
Friday, October 20, 2006
 

Reminder! Dupuy & Berberian in Toronto and Montreal!


With generous support from the French Consulate here in Canada, Dupuy & Berberian will be making rare english-speaking appearances in Toronto and Montreal. (Well, Charles will be speaking english, Philippe will have a translator.) In Toronto on Saturday, October 21st at 3PM, D&B are special guests of the grand literary event IFOA where they will be interviewed by Seth. In Montreal, on Tuesday, October 24th from 6-8:00 PM, D+B will be at Casa Del Popolo (4873 St Laurent) and will interviewed by Dimitri Katadotis of the CBC.

Don't miss these events, as D&B may not make it back our way for some time!

Be sure to chek out the press:
spotlight in the National Post
a review in the Globe & Mail
review and event spotlight in the Montreal Hour

Posted by Peggy Burns at 11:23 AM
Sunday, October 15, 2006
 

Early Sunday Morning News

The always comics-astute Los Angeles Times features the medium in the Book Review with three reviews today. Critic Richard Raynor smartly juxtaposes two of our seemingly opposite books Moomin: The Complete Tove Jansson Comic Strip and Yoshihiro Tatsumi's Abandon the Old In Tokyo and remarks:

Jansson and Tatsumi: two masters, one from the far north, one from the east; the first joyously focused on life's defiant radiance, the other spelling out the bad luck and grinding cruelty with which that machine otherwise known as the world so often seems to operate. They are, really, flip sides of the same sensibility, point-of-view yin and yang. I like to think that they would have passed each other with a thrilled shock of recognition in the street in Helsinki or Osaka...The comic book is a genre whose trendy merits are sometimes acclaimed a little too strenuously these days. But not here. Jansson and Tatsumi are the real deal.

Also, David Ulin, Book Editor of the LA Times, reviews Ivan Brunetti's Anthology of Graphic Fiction... from Yale University Press here.

Moomin will be shipping to stores this week.

Posted by Peggy Burns at 11:22 AM
Friday, October 13, 2006
 

Guy Delisle on NPR's Morning Edition



Journalist Steve Inskeep interviews Guy Delisle about Pyongyang. Audio and bonus audio, and images from the book can be found here.

Also Chris Mautner reviews Guy's new book Shenzhen and Yoshihiro Tatsumi's book Abandon The Old In Tokyo in the Harrisburg Patriot News.

Posted by Peggy Burns at 9:34 AM
Wednesday, October 11, 2006
 

Guy Delisle on the BBC's The World & in the Boston Phoenix

Not surprisingly, after our Canadian Thanksgiving this past Monday, we came into the office to find several interview requests for Guy Delisle to speak about his book Pyongyang: A Journey In North Korea.

You can hear Guy on the BBC here. And you can read an interview with Guy and the Boston Phoenix here.

Guy also has a new book in stores now, Shenzhen: A Travelogue From China and in November Aline And The Others.

Posted by Peggy Burns at 4:57 PM
Tuesday, October 10, 2006
 

D+Q cartoonists at SPX

This year's SPX will have an excellent bunch of brand-new books debuting, including Lucky by Gabrielle Bell, Curses by Kevin Huizenga, Big Questions #9 and Don't Go Where I Can't Follow by Anders Nilsen, and all of them will be in attendance and signing. Here's the schedule:

Friday, October 13th:

3:00 - 5:00 Kevin Huizenga & Dan Zettwoch

5:00 - 7:00 Gabrielle Bell & Anders Nilsen

Saturday, October 14th:

12:00 - 1:00 Dan Zettwoch

1:00 - 3:00 Gabrielle Bell & Anders Nilsen

4:45 - 6:45 Kevin Huizenga

Also, Anders, Gabrielle and Kevin will be doing a panel discussion "How to Draw Thinking" from 3:30 to 4:30 on Saturday, in Brookside A... so check that out as well. Some say that because comics is a visual medium, it's better suited for action and spectacle than for rumination or the internal life of the mind. Comics by Gabrielle Bell, Kevin Huizenga, and Anders Nilsen consistently prove this notion wrong. With moderator Isaac Cates, they will discuss the pleasures and problems of making pictures that think.

AND, we will have a big stack of the new Moomin Book One by Tove Jansson! And great deals as always on new stuff. Yup, the D+Q table will be awesome, so come say hi to Rebecca and Morgan, and pick up some comics this weekend.

Posted by Jamie Q at 5:10 PM
Wednesday, October 04, 2006
 

D+Q at Puces Pop

Puces Pop is the arts & crafts section of the POP Montreal festival, now in its second year. D+Q will be there: October 7th & 8th at the Canadian Grenadier Guards Armory, 4171 Ave. de l'Esplanade. 12h - 19h.

Broadening the scope of its DIY culture series by incorporating art & film, a fashion show, its first ever artist-run workshops as well as a science fair, PUCES POP has become a full-on arts extravaganza. Also featuring live musical performances by indie artists from all over North America. Bringing together cultural entrepreneurs, performers, and exclusive industry movers and shakers, this marketplace-bazaar will set the scene for a cultural experience like no other. The independent artists taking part in Puces POP will run the gamut from craft makers to cake makers; fashion designers to fanzine editors and comic creators (that's us!); screenprinters to poster artists and indie record labels.

We'll be selling everything at US prices, so come make the most of those Montreal dollars. See you there!


Posted by Jamie Q at 3:53 PM
 

Chester Brown Tours Canada!



The dates and times have been finalized for Chester's tour which kicks off a week from today in Winnipeg, this may be the last time he will do his slide show for LOUIS RIEL, don't miss it!

Wednesday, October 11th - Winnipeg, MB
8:00pm Event at McNally-Robinson. Location: 1120 Grant Ave, Winnipeg

Thursday, October 12th - Brandon, MB
3pm - 5pm: Signing at Pennywise Books. Location: 1031 Rosser Ave, Brandon
7pm - 9pm: Event at the Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba. Location:
710 Rosser Ave, Brandon

Friday, October 13 - Saskatoon, SK
7:00pm: Event at McNally-Robinson. Location: 3130 8th Street East (at
Circle Drive), Saskatoon

Saturday, October 14 - Calgary, AB
2:00pm - 3:00pm: Event with Calgary Wordfest

Monday, October 16 - Edmonton, AB
7:30pm: Event at Greenwoods' Bookshoppe. Location: 7925 - 104 Street,
Edmonton

Wednesday, Oct 18 - Vancouver, BC
1:00pm: Event with Vancouver International Writers festival. Location:
Revue Theatre, Granville Island. Tix $13.50

Friday, Oct 20 - Vancouver, BC
1:00pm: Event with Vancouver International Writers festival. Location: PTC
Studio, Granville Island. Tix 12.00

Sunday, October 22 - Victoria, BC
7:00pm: Event at Bolen Books. Location: 111-1644 Hillside Ave, Victoria

Posted by Peggy Burns at 11:07 AM
Tuesday, October 03, 2006
 

Gabrielle Bell in NYC!


Gabrielle Bell will be reading from her forthcoming graphic novel Lucky, (which will debut at SPX,and is shipping to stores this month) Wednesday, October 4th at 7Pm at Mo Pitkins as part of the Grace Reading Series. We will be adding more Gabrielle events, both in Canada and the US, over the next few months. So check back.

Posted by Peggy Burns at 11:30 AM
 

Gary Panter in St. Louis!

Todd Hignite of the distinguished Comic Art, alerted me to the following Gary Panter events in St. Louis, MO next week:

October 12, 7pm: Lecture at Washington University Rebstock Hall, Room #215

October 13, 6-9pm: Opening reception for Gary's painting exhibition "Swamp Weeds"
Philip Slein Gallery Exhibition runs from October 13 through November 11, 2006

October 14, 2-4pm: Signing at Star Clipper with Todd Hignite for In the Studio: Visits with Contemporary Cartoonists

Posted by Peggy Burns at 10:42 AM
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