Random page from a random book: The Wrong Place, Brecht Evens, p. 41
Fatherland by Nina Bunjevac is out today. Get it now!
It’s Q&A time again! In the second half of 2014, we’ve got an incredible line-up of books by new & classic Jonathan Cape illustrators. Nina Bunjevac’s Fatherland, is an autobiographical graphic novel about terrorism, family and Serbia’s dark history.
What was the first comic you wrote?
Opportunity Presents Itself, a 24-page novella based on Kafka’s America, which follows the adventures of Selma, a beauty-school graduate from the Balkans who travels to North America in pursuit of the American dream.
Cometting isn’t what it used to be.
Comiket - aka the Independent Comics Market - will be taking place at The British Library this Saturday. Of course, us Jonathan Cape-rs will be there so make sure you come along, browse our wares and say hello.
There’ll also be a Cavalcade of Crazy Cartoonists drawing live throughout the afternoon in The Fabulous Drawing Parade, and a special appearance from radiomaru. On the Cape front, S. J. Harris, author of the wonderful Eustace, will be signing books too.
It’s on at The British Library, from 10:30 am until 4:30pm. Entry is free so there’s no excuse not to come.
23 Female Cartoonists On Drawing Their Bodies -