Friday, November 18, 2016

Fundraiser: all Ninth Art Press online sales to Southern Poverty Law Center.

Through the end of 2016, all proceeds from sales of Ninth Art Press books made from this website will be donated to the Southern Poverty Law Center, to help in their mission of monitoring and combating hate groups.

So stock up on some fine comics and support a never-been-more-important cause!

I'll post the amount of the donation early in 2017.

For more information on SPLC, please see their site:  https://www.splcenter.org/

(100% of the sale price of each book - excluding shipping fees -- will go to SPLC. One exception: proceeds from sales of Muqtatafat .  These are already being donated to help Samandal, the Lebanese comics journal, besieged by government lawsuits.)


Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Daryl Seitchik's SubCultures story in Best American Comics 2016

Congratulations to Daryl Seitchik, for having her story "Color War" (aka "Flag Day") from Ninth Art's SubCultures anthology, chosen as a "Notable Comic" in this year's "Best American Comics!"  See the full contents and list of Notables here:  http://on-panel.com/BAC2016/index.html 

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

The Shirley Jackson Project

PLEASE NOTE: THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2016, ALL PROCEEDS FROM YOUR PURCHASE OF ANY NINTH ART PRESS BOOK WILL BE DONATED TO THE SOUTHERN POVERTY LAW CENTER, TO AID THEIR MISSION OF MONITORING AND COMBATTING HATE CRIMES AND SPEECH. 


128 pages
Black and white
$16.95 + shipping








Sample pages:

Robert Triptow, "The Haunting of Fernwood Drive"


Rob Kirby, "Cabinet of Blood"

Jen Camper, "The Guest Bathroom"

Maggie Umber, "The Tooth"

Jon Macy, "Words of Fire"




W. Woods, "Merricat"



Friday, July 8, 2016

The Shirley Jackson Project: Preview



Here's another peek at  Ninth Art's upcoming The Shirley Jackson Project: Comics Inspired by Her Life and Work.  This feature, a little primer on some of Jackson's recurring archetypes, written by the book's editor, Rob Kirby, and drawn by cover artist Michael Fahy.  More soon... and in September, the book itself!

Monday, May 23, 2016

Shirley Jackson Project Preview: Asher and Lillie Craw


Here's a peek at one of the stories featured in Ninth Art's upcoming The Shirley Jackson Project: Comics Inspired by Her Life and Work.  This one by Asher and Lillie Craw.  More soon... and in September, the book itself!

Thursday, May 19, 2016

The Shirley Jackson Project: Cover Art



Fantastic cover art by Michael Fahy for the upcoming anthology, "The Shirley Jackson Project: Comics Inspired by her Work and Life."  I'm very excited about this book (the brainchild of editor Robert Kirby): if you haven't read a lot of Jackson's stories and novels, get to it: you'll want to be up to speed when the book comes out this fall....!!

Contributors to the book:  
Colleen FrakesRobert TriptowJennifer CamperEric OrnerJosh Simmons,Annie MurphyPinc RoqDan MazurGabrielle GamboaIvan Velez Jr.,Hannah Blumenreich, Maggie Umber, Asher & Lillie Craw, Jon Macy, W. Woods, Rob Kirby. 

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Coming Soon - The Shirley Jackson Project

The next anthology from Ninth Art Press will be this tribute to the great Shirley Jackson, edited by Rob "What's Your Sign Girl" Kirby. 



Friday, January 15, 2016

MUQTATAFAT RELEASE EVENT!

Celebrate the publication of Muqtatafat, the first anthology of independent comics from the Arab world published in the U.S. 

Edited by Boston and Cambridge-based team of Anna Mudd, A. David Lewis and Paul Beran, and published by local Ninth Art Press, Muqtatafat presents to North American readers a glimpse of the vibrant and diverse world of Arab comics, featuring 15 artists from Lebanon, Egypt, Jordan and elsewhere. Political, personal, satirical and whimsical, these comics present unusual insights into the creativity and culture of the Middle East. 

At this event, the editors and publisher will discuss and disiplay the contents of the book, describe the process of its publication, and give an introduction to the world of Arab comics in general, including the legal and censorship problems facing Samandal, the groundbreaking Lebanese comics journal, for which all sales of Muqtatafat are a benefit.

THURSDAY FEB 4, 6:30 PM AT THE CAMBRIDGE PUBLIC LIBRARY, 449 BROADWAY, CAMBRIDGE.

FACEBOOK EVENT: https://www.facebook.com/events/678183148988279/