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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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Going to Print: Chicken Rising by D. Boyd

Posted by on Sep 20, 2018 in Going to Print | 0 comments

Going to Print: Chicken Rising by D. Boyd

Hey comic fans! We’re thrilled to announce that in April 2019, we’re publishing the graphic novel you never knew you wanted. Packed with fried chicken, Maritime landscapes, and childhood angst, Chicken Rising, is a a debut graphic memoir by an exciting new comic artist, D. Boyd. Read on for details about the book, and for more information about this incredibly talented artist. About Chicken Rising  A bittersweet, darkly funny graphic memoir of a social misfit In Chicken Rising, D. Boyd takes an unflinching look back at a...

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Chicken Rising

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

Chicken Rising

D. Boyd takes an unflinching look back at a 1970s childhood plagued by insecurity, bullying, and family dysfunction.

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Under the Surface with Lorenz Peter

Posted by on Sep 12, 2018 in Under the Surface | 0 comments

Under the Surface with Lorenz Peter

"I simply will not rest until I have a copy of Transylvania 500. I could just buy it online, but that is so boring! I am waiting for it to pop up in front of me."

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Under the Surface with Rebecca Rosen

Posted by on Aug 30, 2018 in Under the Surface | 0 comments

Under the Surface with Rebecca Rosen

In this instalment of Under the Surface, we talk to Rebecca Rosen about cartooning, silkscreening, character creation, and so much more.

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Meat and Bone

Posted by on Aug 14, 2018 in Forthcoming | 0 comments

Meat and Bone

In Meat and Bone, Kat Verhoeven winds these threads into an unflinching, beautifully illustrated exploration of how three Toronto women define themselves.

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