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  • Bedside Press Closure

    Bedside Press Closure

    We regret to announce we are closing Bedside Press.
    This doesn’t mean our titles will not be available! I am in the process of assigning books still in production to new publishers, there may be a delay in release dates while I organize this.
    Previous Bedside Press titles are still available to order via this site, your local comic or book store, or online outlets such as amazon. Read More…

  • What Does a Publisher Do?

    What Does a Publisher Do?

    Publishers do a lot more than just help make books! In addition to working with authors, printers, marketing, and distribution, we also do a lot of work behind the scenes campaigning for copyright fairness, increased governmental funding, and share knowledge with each other.
    Below is a chart created to showcase the wide breadth of work the average publisher does. Read More…

  • Gothic Tales of Haunted FUTURES is now live on Kickstarter!

    Gothic Tales of Haunted FUTURES is now live on Kickstarter!

    First announced as part of our new mentorship initiative by The Hollywood Reporter, Gothic Tales of Haunted Futures by S.M. Beiko is now live on Kickstarter, to coincide with their Small Press, Big Ideas initiative.
    Featuring a bevy of comic creators merging gothic romance stories with sci-fi settings, it will be fully created by S.M. Read More…

  • Bedside Press in The Hollywood Reporter

    Bedside Press in The Hollywood Reporter

    At San Diego Comic-con 2019, we were pleased to present our new publishing initiative:
    https://www.hollywoodreporter. Read More…

  • Will there be more WWII Canadian Comic Reprints?

    Will there be more WWII Canadian Comic Reprints?

    A question I receive quite often is “What is the next Canadian WWII comic that you’ll reprint”? For those who don’t know, I started off my press publishing Canadian comics lost in time from the 1940s. These included Nelvana of the Northern Lights, Brok Windsor, Polka Dot Pirate, and Wow Comics #01. Read More…

  • A day in the life of a small press publisher

    A day in the life of a small press publisher

    Hello all! I thought it might be interesting if I recorded and detailed the duties of the day, to give an indepth look at what exactly a publisher does! In all, the below timeline is an example of a typical day. Some may be slower, while others might be more focused on a specific emergency, but today was just about maintenance with a bit of growth. Read More…

  • How to be a comics historian in 2 easy steps – Tim Hanley

    How to be a comics historian in 2 easy steps – Tim Hanley

    I’ve spent the past
    several years of my life immersed in the histories of characters like Wonder
    Woman, Lois Lane, and Catwoman, along with the fascinating creators behind
    their many adventures, and I’ll be honest with you, it’s a pretty fun gig. Read More…

  • Spotlight on: Amanda Deibert

    Spotlight on: Amanda Deibert

    Amanda Deibert is a respected scriptwriter and comics writer, and will be adapting the Work for a Million graphic novel with Selena Goulding, to be published in January 2020, currently now on Kickstarter. Below, she discusses her thoughts on the adaptation. Read More…

  • Work for a Million Kickstarter on The Hollywood Reporter!

    Work for a Million Kickstarter on The Hollywood Reporter!

    We are pleased to announce that Work for a Million, our new original graphic novel by Amanda Deibert, Selena Goulding and Ed Dukeshire, is now live on Kickstarter until February 15, 2019!
    The Hollywood Reporter ran a feature that discusses the genesis of the project, and its importance to crime fiction history, LGBT fiction history, and the feminist movement in Canada. Read More…

  • Hit Reblog named Best Digital Comic of 2018!

    Hit Reblog named Best Digital Comic of 2018!

    Bedside Press is honoured to announce that comicon.com has named Hit Reblog as the best digital comic of 2018! Many thanks to the book’s creator Megan Kearney, and all of the cartoonists who worked hard to provide information on this book.

    The full article can be read here:

    http://www.comicon. Read More…