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Keeping it Real

It’s December, and here in the northeastern U.S., that means it’s winter, whether we like it or not. (I don’t do winter. My summer soul can’t handle the cold.) But at least it’s Christmas season and that’s pretty rad. 327 more words

Writing

Deadly Class Brings the World of Teenage Assassins to Heart-Wrenching Life

This week sees the release of Deadly Class #24, a continuation of Rick Remender and Wes Craig’s look into the trials and tribulations of students at an underground school dedicated to training them to be assassins. 1,091 more words

Independent Publishers

After Death Sees Snyder and Lemire Tell a Unique Story with Style

The end of Scott Snyder’s author bio, published at the end of all of the books he’s written, says that Snyder is a “dedicated and un-ironic fan of Elvis Presley.” Well, consider me a dedicated an un-ironic fan of Scott Snyder. 1,067 more words

Independent Publishers

bricks and indies

“Why Indie Presses Are Opening Bookstores” was published in LitHub back in June, but we’re big fans of independent bookstores, so we thought we’d give it a mention. 87 more words

Poetry

LLA presents PUBCOOP at Frankfurt Book Fair

International Frankfurt Book Fair 2016 took place from October 19th to 23d. It is the most important trade, meetings and discussions place for publishers, authors and copyright agents in the world. 282 more words

Creative Europe

PUBCOOP coordinator participates in Creative Europe Kick Off meeting

The last 11th October AEPV has taken part on the European Creative Europe 2016 Kick Off Meeting at Brussels.

There, participants had the opportunity to present PUBCOOP project to the Creative Europe Community, knowing other participants and projects, and knowing management, coordination and dissemination Creative Europe rules.

Creative Europe