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Veronica Casson Auctions Her Webcomic, Grind Like a Girl, For Print
Senior Graphic Designer at 1985 Games in Portland, Oregon, Veronica Casson was also a storyboard artist and an Art Director and Graphic Designer for Viz Media, as well as Central Park Media before that. And now, Camille Kellogg at Bloomsbury has bought world rights at auction to Grind Like A Girl, and publication will be in the[...]
Alan Moore Promoting Illuminations With Online Talks And A Free Badge
In April last year, Bleeding Cool got the scoop that Alan Moore was to publish a collection of short stories, out next month, which will include what is anticipated as a takedown on the comic book industry, with "What We Can Know About Thunderman" which is described as a "monumental novella" that "charts the surreal[...]
Alan Moore Asks London to Take to the Streets - Extinction Rebellion
They do quote editor-in-chief Paul Baggaley of Bloomsbury, as being rather excited "Alan Moore is simply a legend and it has been such a pleasure to listen to him talk about his ambitious Long London series as well as discovering the range of his shorter fiction These projects have set Bloomsbury alight." And quoting Alan[...]
Bloomsbury Wins Alan Moore's Short Stories & Long London Novels At Auction
Bleeding Cool noted last month that Alan Moore had, for the first time, retained the services of a literary book agent, Watson, Little, who was to be auctioning a collection of Alan Moore's short stories and novel series called Long London. It appears they were successful in that endeavour, and Bloomsbury is to publish those works[...]
Bleeding Cool's 11 Best Graphic Novels Of 2014
The risks that The Woods takes, all quite confidently handled, will continue to impact the kinds of comics we see making their way into shops in the coming year. 2. Can't We Talk about Something More Pleasant?: A Memoir from Bloomsbury, by Roz Chast   I thought I might have had my fill with such narratives after the wonderful[...]