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A slightly delayed Halloween special.

A slightly delayed Halloween special.

Good news, y’all! The Gigantic Beard That Was Evil has been shortlisted for the Waterstones Book of the Year.
Stephen Collins is up against some heavyweight literary authors but at Cape we’re all pretty excited that Gigantic Beard has been shortlisted.
The shortlisted books were picked by Waterstones booksellers, so we’re very happy that there’s a lot of Gigantic Beard love throughout the country. The winner is announced on 3rd December.
Read more here.

Good news, y’all! The Gigantic Beard That Was Evil has been shortlisted for the Waterstones Book of the Year.

Stephen Collins is up against some heavyweight literary authors but at Cape we’re all pretty excited that Gigantic Beard has been shortlisted.

The shortlisted books were picked by Waterstones booksellers, so we’re very happy that there’s a lot of Gigantic Beard love throughout the country. The winner is announced on 3rd December.

Read more here.

Big news! The winner (and runner up) of the Jonathan Cape / Observer / Comica Graphic Short Story Prize has just been announced. Aww yeah. 
Thank you to every one who entered and make sure you enter next year’s competiton - it might be your year!
Check out the rest of the winning comic and the runner up entry over at the Guardian website.

Big news! The winner (and runner up) of the Jonathan Cape / Observer / Comica Graphic Short Story Prize has just been announced. Aww yeah.

Thank you to every one who entered and make sure you enter next year’s competiton - it might be your year!

Check out the rest of the winning comic and the runner up entry over at the Guardian website.

Amazing poster designs ahead of tonight’s Comic Creations Jonathan Cape Evening with Bristol Festival of Ideas.

A graphic novel is like a film.

There are close-ups and long-shots.

You choose the location and the props.

You do the make-up and the lighting and you get the characters to act.

—Posy Simmonds

(Source: theguardian.com)

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