Barnes & Noble Discover Program & MEATY

By Victor David Giron

A few weeks ago, we announced that MEATY: ESSAYS BY SAMANTHA IRBY was selected by Barnes & Noble for its Discover New Great Writers program, which launched this week! From now through February, when you walk into your local Barnes & Noble bookstore, you're going to see MEATY displayed front and center. Just look for the chicken.

Check out Samantha's feature on the Barnes & Noble Discover Blog, where she talks blogging, self-censorship, and the writers that inspire her. "I like people who are fearless in their honesty," Samantha says. "Especially if they make me laugh." That's exactly why we like you too, Sam. 

 

MEATY cover

 

Come celebrate with us this FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4th, at Barnes & Noble in Chicago (1441 W. Webster) at 7 pm. Samantha will be reading and signing books. (She always writes something dirty, so you won't want to miss out.)

MEATY has been available in bookstores for a few days now, but if you haven't yet picked up a copy, you can do so here

 
Wannabe - 26

By Chris Prunckle

Wannabe 26

Wannabe is a blog series by Chicago area artist Chris Prunckle, author of our serial graphic story Asylum Doors, documenting his trials and tribulations as a wannabe artist. Check back next week for a new posting.

 

See the previous installment of Asylum Doors here.  Stay tuned for the next installment coming soon, but now on a monthly basis with fuller stories.

 

Chris Prunckle is a graphic designer, illustrator and comic book artist banished to the suburbs of Chicago. Though an advertising industry minion by day, he slaves his nights away creating a mad little world.  He’s previously worked on the comics Fisted, Bonesetter, and The Scarab.  Follow him at @midjipress.

 
Wannabe - 25

By Chris Prunckle

Wannabe 25

Wannabe is a blog series by Chicago area artist Chris Prunckle, author of our serial graphic story Asylum Doors, documenting his trials and tribulations as a wannabe artist. Check back next week for a new posting.

 

See the previous installment of Asylum Doors here.  Stay tuned for the next installment coming soon, but now on a monthly basis with fuller stories.

 

Chris Prunckle is a graphic designer, illustrator and comic book artist banished to the suburbs of Chicago. Though an advertising industry minion by day, he slaves his nights away creating a mad little world.  He’s previously worked on the comics Fisted, Bonesetter, and The Scarab.  Follow him at @midjipress.

 
Chicago Tribune on Meaty

By Victor David Giron

The Chicago Tribune profiles Samantha Irby author of Meaty, her debut essay collection now out by us.  She's described as being 'as bad as she wants to be' and we totally agree.  See why by Barnes & Noble has selected her book as one of the ten best by a new writer coming out this year.  Read the Triib article here.

 

 

sam irby on trib

 
Wannabe - 24

By Chris Prunckle

Wannabe 24

Wannabe is a blog series by Chicago area artist Chris Prunckle, author of our serial graphic story Asylum Doors, documenting his trials and tribulations as a wannabe artist. Check back next week for a new posting.

 

See the previous installment of Asylum Doors here.  Stay tuned for the next installment coming soon, but now on a monthly basis with fuller stories.

 

Chris Prunckle is a graphic designer, illustrator and comic book artist banished to the suburbs of Chicago. Though an advertising industry minion by day, he slaves his nights away creating a mad little world.  He’s previously worked on the comics Fisted, Bonesetter, and The Scarab.  Follow him at @midjipress.

 


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