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Penguin/Random House/Jonathan Cape Drops Neil Bradford After 32 Years
Bleeding Cool gets the word that British publisher Jonathan Cape has let go of their head of book design, Neil Bradford Bradford had worked at the publisher through various different incarnations, now Divisional Production Director at Penguin Random House, for over 32 years Details or the departure are sketchy, but I am told it all[...]
Paul B Rainey Wins Observer Jonathan Cape Prize About Meeting Madonna
In 2013, Paul B Rainey wrote in response to a Guardian newspaper feature profiling a number of cartoonists, saying "There are British cartoonists, you know." Seven years later, its sister Sunday newspaper The Observer seems to have noticed, as he has won this year's 13th Observer Jonathan Cape Comica Graphic Short Story Prize, retelling a[...]
Bleeding Cool's 11 Best Graphic Novels Of 2014
Grandville: Noel  from Jonathan Cape, by Bryan Talbot One that sneaked in at the end of the year, but how wonderfully so, and perfectly pitched for the time of the year This sumptuous telling of an anthropomorphic Victoriana steampunk world dominated by French culture, and an alternate history of our own world took on great resonance[...]
Sally Heathcote: Suffragette – The Making Of A Twentieth Century Terrorist
Sally Heathcote never existed. The product of the mind of Mary Talbot, brought to life by Kate Charlesworth and Bryan Talbot in their new graphic novel published by Jonathan Cape and launching at the British Library tonight is a Forest Gump of a figure, a fictional figure surrounded by very real people, at the right place[...]
Following A Beam Of Light – 3" By Marc-Antoine Matheiu
Jonathan Cape are translating the French graphic novel 3" by Marc-Antoine Matheiu into an English edition, and are bringing the web along with them. Originally published in 2011 by Delcourt, the graphic novel is silent, following a beam of light that bounces around a city (and an airplane, and a satellite) but focusing on a shooting,[...]