Rosen Publishing launches "Talking with Graphic Novelists" line of books with Neil Gaiman, Mike Oeming and George Pérez

Thu, September 13th, 2007 at 12:00am PDT

Comic Books
CBR News Team, Editor

Official Press Release

Rosen Publishing's first three volumes in their new "Talking with Graphic Novelists" line of books hit the shelves of comic shops across the United States on Wednesday, September 12, 2007. Each installment in this initial wave of the series, Neil Gaiman on His Work and Career, Michael Avon Oeming on His Work and Career and George Prez on His Work and Career, features a book-length interview with a creator of note conducted by veteran comics journalist Bill Baker. The fourth installment in the series, Alan Moore on His Work and Career, which reprints Baker's previously released and long sold out Alan Moore Spells It Out, will join its fellows in the very near future.

Every volume in the series also contains informative backmatter compiled and prepared by the author especially for these editions, and includes detailed lists of each creator's published works and major awards received, sources for further information and suggested reading on the topic of the creator and the comics medium, as well as a glossary and an index. Each of these handsomely designed hardcover books has a suggested retail price of $ 22.95 US, and sturdy library binding to assure years of reading pleasure.

All of the entries in Rosen Publishing's "Talking with Graphic Novelists" line are available now from Diamond Comics Distribution and comic shops across the United States and, soon, the United Kingdom. The Diamond reorder numbers for the individual volumes are:

Neil Gaiman on His Work and Career -- JUL073789

Michael Avon Oeming on His Work and Career -- JUL073788

George Prez on His Work and Career -- JUL073787

Alan Moore on His Work and Career -- JUL073786

These and all of Rosen's other fine books can also be purchased directly from the publisher via their website, www.RosenPublishing.com, as well as numerous other online booksellers, including www.Amazon.com and www.BarnesAndNoble.com.

 
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