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    KM Bezner

    KM is a queer Nashvillian who reads a lot of books and watches too much TV. She hopes to one day retire as a recluse book printer with a farm of pigs.

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  • Incredible Indie Tuesday: Oni Announces New Imprint Limerence Press

    Incredible Indie Tuesday: Oni Announces New Imprint Limerence Press0

    Yesterday, Portland-based indie publisher Oni Press announced the launch of Limerence Press, an adult imprint that will publish erotica and sex education comics. This imprint will be “focused on positive, diverse, and approachable stories that reflect a wide variety of emotional and intimate experiences.” Oni Press Managing Editor Ari Yarwood, who will be heading Limerence, also stated that

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  • Incredible Indie Tuesday: We Have This Conversation Every Year

    Incredible Indie Tuesday: We Have This Conversation Every Year0

    Sorry about the disappearance last week! I know I missed a biggie: the announcement of the Eisner nominations. The up side of my absence is that it gave me a lot of time to think about how webcomics fit into the Eisners as a whole. And plenty of time for me to have the same argument I

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  • Incredible Indie Tuesday: Let’s Talk About Zines

    Incredible Indie Tuesday: Let’s Talk About Zines0

    I’ve been thinking a lot about zines lately. For centuries people have published and distributed their writings to tell stories, share ideas, and build relationships. And as far as independent comics go, these self-published booklets are about as indie as you can get. But one of the drawbacks of underground communities is that they can

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  • Incredible Indie Tuesday: Exciting News from Image Expo!

    Incredible Indie Tuesday: Exciting News from Image Expo!1

    Last Wednesday in Seattle, Image Comics held the 6th Image Expo, an all-day event for creators to meet with press, retailers and fans. But it’s not your typical convention: there are no vendors and panels focus primarily on discussing upcoming releases with writers, artists and other team members. The convention began with publisher Eric Stephenson’s inspiring

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