Book Expo America arcs

One of the most overwhelming things about Book Expo America, for confirmed book-hoarders like me, is the sheer volume of free books available. Often, you need to attend a signing or event in order to get a copy, or stalk a publisher’s booth until a fresh stack is set out, but it’s mind-blowing just how many advance reader copies (ARCs) can be accumulated at the show, if you put your…

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ShiftyLook Podcast Interview

I’m just back from a glorious five-day writing retreat and doubling down on busy, as usual. We’re less than two weeks from San Diego Comic Con and I’m scrambling to keep on top of all the press relations, organization and general juggling required to to make sure the show goes smoothly. I’m also doing rewrites on season two of my webcomic, Rocket Fox, pulling together some pitch materials for my…

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Comic industry tidbits, June 6-13, 2012

Lsat week I was in New York for Book Expo America, a great experience I need to blog about as soon as I dig out from under the workload that accumulated during my trip! The best comics-related programming at the show was definitely the Hottest Graphic Novels of 2012 buzz panel, moderated by John Hogan from Graphicnovelreporter.com. Linda Yau has a good write-up at the Lincoln Heights Literary Society, and…

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