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  • This week in publicity: it’s been a good month for comics; Stars Wars returns to Marvel and is set to be the biggest seller of 2015, while Opus and Massive are chosen as top two Manga of 2014. Plus, Ferrante fandom shows no sign of slowing, and World Edition’s new title Craving is att...
  • Usagi Yojimbo may not quite be a household name over here, but the sabre-swinging series featuring the rabbit ronin (or ‘samurai bodyguard’) is hugely popular worldwide; considered key in the world of comics, and an important link between the manga comics of Japan and the superhero co...
  • Our February newsletter has the highly acclaimed Man Who Loved Dogs as the Book of the Month and includes January's bestsellers, a blog on our favourite books about China and much more. To read click here.
  • July's book of the month is the excellent Francis Plug from Galley Beggar Press, and the graphic novel of the month is The Complete Chi's Sweet Home (featuring everyone's favourite cat). Plus: read our latest blog on Ferrante (#FerranteFever), check out June's bestsellers, and see what we'll be g...
  • Up this week in publicity: so much love for fiction! Not only is Ferrante still a top choice, we also have praise for Isabel Ashdown's Flight as well as titles from World Editions and Orenda. Manga has been in the headlines too this week, as has Les McCann's jazz photogrpahy and a heady doese of ...
  • This week's publicity bulletin rounds up coverage for Yé-Ye Girls, The Man Who Loved Dogs and Gilroy was Good for Guinness. To read more click here.
  • This was my second London Comic-Con (my first was this year’s May event) and it was just as hectic; a non-stop parade of bright costumes, over-excited whooping and serious bargain hunting. My own quest for the most reasonably priced Pokémon plushie resulted in me buying precisely not...
  • This week's bulletin features Raphael Jerusalmy's Saving Mozart (Europa Editions), David Waltner-Toews' Diagram Prize-shortlisted The Origin of Feces (ECW Press) and Leonardo Padura's The Man Who Loved Dogs (Bitter Lemon Press). To read the full bulletin, click here.
  • Up this week in publicity: Ferrante graces the cover of the Sunday Times, Victoria Hislop praises The Secret Sister, fiction titles The Helios Disaster and In Certain Circles are wonderfully reviewed, and Attack on Titan wins manga of the year! Read more here…
  • Up this week in publicity; Philippa Gregory is 'hooked' on Ferrante, there is intimacy and subversion in Peaches's awesome book, and Melville's The Next Next Level is a Guardian favourite. Plus Saatchi, hunting dogs and more! Read on here.

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