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Tag Archives: Small Press Expo
A great thing about SPX is that there are lots of book launches at the con. And this year’s no different. Peep what’s coming your way, and get a jump on your friends! Hey, comic book bragging rights are definitely … Continue reading
It’s the Wednesday after last weekend’s amazing Small Press Expo, and I had an absolute blast! I also caught a mean case of the Con Crud, which has had me flatbacked ever since Saturday night. So, to make sure y’all … Continue reading
Can’t wait for the DC area’s Small Press Expo, so you can get your comic creator fix? Well you don’t have to – SPX is sponsoring three creators at this Saturday’s National Book Festival! I could … Continue reading
Schedule’s up y’all! Small Press Expo has just released the programming it’s getting ready for you, and it looks great. The political cartoonist panel sounds amazing, as does Tillie Walden talking about her years of competitive skating (and her new … Continue reading
Can’t wait to see what SPX has in store on the show floor? Well, they know…and they’re giving you a small peek. But with over 170 new titles hitting the ground running (er, lying there on the tables for you … Continue reading
Award season y’all! Small Press Expo leaves the gate with their Ignatz Award nominees, and they’re gonna have their work cut out for ’em picking out the best ones… As always, it’s a bumper crop of amazing small press comics … Continue reading
Okay, remember how I said that Keith Knight’s panel at last year’s SPX was incredible? Well y’all – he’s BAAAACK! Along with even more incredible talent: Gilbert Hernandex (Love and Rockets), Nate Powell (March), Ignatz award winner Sloane Leong (A … Continue reading