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Papercutz Weekly News Roundup

April 9th, 2014 // by Beth // No Comments

Hey there Papercutzians! (Still not right… one day I’ll figure it out.)

You’ll be seeing a lot more content here soon, starting with this here weekly news roundup! Usually it will be published on Mondays, but I’m a little behind this week. You’ll forgive me right? Our readers are the best!

I’ll be curating the best news and reviews of Papercutz books from around the web and print media and serving them up for you right here each week.

Papercutz Spring Editorial/Marketing Internship

January 13th, 2014 // by Beth // No Comments

Papercutz Graphic Novels is looking for a Spring Editorial & Marketing Intern. Candidates should have an interest in comic book publishing with a strong background in writing and proofreading. This is a dual department internship. Duties would include assisting the editorial department with production and proofing tasks on new books as well as working with the Marketing Director to develop and execute marketing campaigns.

Click through for requirements and deadlines.

Papercutz at Free Comic Book Day 2014: Gold Book

December 17th, 2013 // by Beth // 1 Comment

FCBD_GOLD_2014 Is it too early to be excited about Free Comic Book Day? Nope! Never.

And we are very excited to share our GOLD (oooo! ahhh!) offering with you for FCBD, coming May 3, 2014: MIGHTY MORPHIN’ POWER RANGERS!

Marc Boutavant is coming to visit!

November 11th, 2013 // by Beth // No Comments

Marc-Boutavant-WEBARIOL artist, Marc Boutavant, is coming to the U.S. on a limited two-week tour! He’ll be stopping in New York, New Jersey, Ohio, Washington DC, and Florida for talks, workshops and signings. Check out his tour schedule to see if he’ll be at an event near you. While you’re there, be sure to snag an early copy of ARIOL #3: Happy as a Pig…!

SURVEY: Leveling and Cataloging Kids’ Comics

September 17th, 2013 // by Beth // No Comments

We’re looking for the opinions of librarians, teachers and parents. What kind of leveling “system” do you find most helpful when deciding on books for your readers? Would you take moment to take our survey and let us know?

Papercutz Fall Editorial & Marketing Internship

September 9th, 2013 // by Beth // No Comments

Papercutz Graphic Novels is looking for a Fall Editorial & Marketing Intern. Candidates should have an interest in comic book publishing with a strong background in writing and proofreading. This is a dual department internship. Duties would include assisting the editorial department with production and proofing tasks on new books as well as working with the Marketing Director to develop and execute marketing campaigns.

Click through for more details.

San Diego Comic-Con Here We Come!

July 16th, 2013 // by Beth // 3 Comments

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! No, it’s not Christmas in July—it’s San Diego Comic Con! (Though as as far as we’re concerned they’re kind of the same thing.)

Editor-in-Chief Jim Salicrup, Publisher Terry Nantier, Marketing Director Jesse Post and I will be headed to California tomorrow for 5 full days of sharing Papercutz goodness with the masses! Here’s what we’ve got in store…

Why We Love Libraries

June 27th, 2013 // by JesseG // No Comments

America’s librarians are streaming into Chicago at this very moment, adding a bibliophilic gust to the already windy city. Not too many people outside of the secret magical world of libraries, book publishers, and BISAC categorizers knows about the American Library Association’s Annual Conference (affectionately known as ALA), but it’s a sight to behold.

Do you love books? Do you love reading them, talking about them, getting angry at them, falling in love with them, shelving them, sharing them, and piling them up on your bedside table so you can’t see your alarm clock anymore? If so, ALA is your Disney World; not just a celebration of all things book-related, but a theme park of books, a volcanic surge of creativity applied to the question of how we can get more people reading, all in one gigantic room. Why is that exactly? Because libraries, and the librarians who run them, are awesome. Here are some reasons why: