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Going to Print: Dakwäkãda Warriors by Cole Pauls

Posted by on Jan 17, 2019 in Going to Print | 0 comments

Going to Print: Dakwäkãda Warriors by Cole Pauls

In November 2019, we’ll be publishing Cole Pauls’ debut graphic novel, Dakwäkãda Warriors.

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Dakwäkãda Warriors

Posted by on Jan 17, 2019 in Forthcoming | 0 comments

Dakwäkãda Warriors

Driven by a desire to help revitalize the language of Southern Tutchone, Pauls created Dakwäkãda Warriors, a bilingual comic about two earth protectors saving the world from evil pioneers and cyborg sasquatches.

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Going to Print: Taxi by Aimée de Jongh

Posted by on Jan 16, 2019 in Going to Print | 0 comments

Going to Print: Taxi by Aimée de Jongh

Aimée de Jongh, one of the brightest new talents in Europe, creates her first autobiographical work, focusing on taxi rides from four cities: Los Angeles, Paris, Jakarta, and Washington, DC.

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Taxi: Stories from the Back Seat

Posted by on Jan 16, 2019 in Forthcoming | 0 comments

Taxi: Stories from the Back Seat

Aimée de Jongh, one of the brightest new talents in Europe, creates her first autobiographic work, focusing on taxi rides from four cities: Los Angeles, Paris, Jakarta, and Washington, DC.

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Time Travelling With Cartoonists (Holiday Edition)

Posted by on Dec 11, 2018 in Time Travelling with Cartoonists | 0 comments

Time Travelling With Cartoonists (Holiday Edition)

Welcome to the first edition of Time Travelling with Cartoonists! In this new series, we'll talk to Conundrum artists about their younger years.

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Under the Surface with Ariane Dénommé

Posted by on Nov 7, 2018 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Under the Surface with Ariane Dénommé

In a recent review, Maisonneuve described Ariane Dénommé’s 100 Days in Uranium City as, “A colourless world laden with the miners’ unvoiced desires. But the chiaroscuro also creates a luminous beauty: a lamppost shining on snow on a barren street, or a starry night sky.” If you haven’t already read 100 Days in Uranium City, you’re missing out on an important piece of work. The graphic novel shines a light on the kind of life that remains invisible to many Canadians–the quiet isolation of...

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All Set for Expozine!

Posted by on Nov 5, 2018 in Events | 0 comments

All Set for Expozine!

Expozine 2018 is coming up in just three weeks! Join us as more than 300 publishers and self-publishing authors and artists gather together for a celebration of "the thriving new culture of the printed page."

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Announcing… The Conundrum Press Spring 2019 Line-Up!

Posted by on Oct 17, 2018 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Announcing… The Conundrum Press Spring 2019 Line-Up!

At Conundrum, every year is a great year, and 2019 is shaping up to be just like all the others. We’re pleased to announce that this spring, we’ll be publishing five new titles!

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Wage Slaves

Posted by on Oct 5, 2018 in Forthcoming | 0 comments

Wage Slaves

Wage Slaves is the autobiographical story of Daria Bogdanska’s determined struggle to build a life in Malmö, and how she found a way to succeed, against all odds.

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Aurora Borealice

Posted by on Sep 20, 2018 in Forthcoming | 0 comments

Aurora Borealice

Aurora Borealice by Joan Steacy ISBN: 978-1-77262-037-5 250 pages, 6.5×9, b/w, trade paperback $20 April 2019   A memoir of triumph over the education system   When Joan Steacy graduated from High School in 1974, she left her small town behind to embark on a lifelong quest for education. In Aurora Borealice, Steacy explores her personal journey through alter-ego Alice, a functional illiterate with a creative mind and an astonishing amount of artistic skill. The book is a lesson in perseverance and ultimately believing in...

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