Exhibitors, Fans Keep Growing at MoCCA Arts Fest 2018

Attendance continues to grow at the MoCCA Arts Fest 2018, an annual celebration of indie, small press, and self-published graphic novels, held at the Metropolitan Event Space on the Westside of Manhattan. Continue reading at 'Publishers Weekly'

[ Publishers Weekly | 2018-04-11 00:00:00 UTC ]
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MoCCA Arts Fest 2019 Attracts Big Crowd of Indie Fans

The MoCCA Arts Festival, an annual indie and self-published comics and graphic novels show organized by the Society of Illustrators, attracted another big crowd to the Metropolitan West Event space in Manhattan April 6-7. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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MoCCA Arts Fest Rescheduled Over Virus Concerns

The MoCCA Arts Festival, an annual festival of indie and self-published comics and graphic novels organized by the Society of Illustrators, has been postponed due to the continuing spread of the new coronavirus. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Photo Mania: MoCCA Arts Festival 2018

The MoCCA Arts Festival, an annual gathering of Indie and self-published comics and graphic novels organized by the Society of Illustrators, attracted one of its biggest crowds in recent memory. 'Publishers Weekly' was there to bring back images of the artists and events during the weekend show,... Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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2017 MoCCA Art Fest Draws Largest Crowd Ever

The annual festival, focused on indie comics and graphic novels, attracted more than 4,000 fans on Saturday. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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MoCCA Arts Fest Successfully Relocates (Again)

NBA nominee Noelle Stevenson, animator Rebecca Sugar, and programming featuring classic women’s underground cartoonists drew big crowds to the MoCCA Arts Festival’s new venue. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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A Week of Comics Events Kicks off MoCCA Arts Fest 2014

This year Comic and Cartoon Art Week, a series of comics-related events starting April 1 in New York City, will serve as an introduction to the MoCCA Arts Fest, an annual festival of small press comics, held April 5 and 6 at the Lexington Avenue Amory. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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BookCon 2019: Mixed Reviews for This Year's Literary Fan Fest

This year's BookCon literary fan fest drew mixed reviews from attendees, some of whom felt that publishers focused more on merchandising rather than on providing booklovers with an experience or giving them free swag. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Photo Mania: MoCCA Arts Festival 2019

The MoCCA Arts Festival, an annual show of Indie and self-published comics and graphic novels organized by the Society of Illustrators, attracted another impressive crowd to the Metropolitan West event space on West 46th Street where the event was held this past weekend April 6-7. 'Publishers... Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Anime NYC 2018 Attracts 36,000 Fans to Javits Center

More than 36,000 fans attended Anime NYC 2018, an annual convention focused on anime, manga and Asian pop culture held at the Javits Convention Center, launched last year by Leftfield Media. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Photo Mania: Comic Arts Brooklyn 2018

Comic Arts Brooklyn, the annual Brookyn indie and self-published comics and graphic novel festival, returned the campus of Pratt Institute with a new schedule (this year's show is on a Sunday), and a boost in the number of exhibitors. PW was on hand to bring back images of artists and fans at... Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Comic Arts Brooklyn 2018 Returns to Pratt Campus

Comic Arts Brooklyn 2018 returned to the Pratt Institute campus with a lineup of indie and self-published cartoonists that included such artists as Julie Doucette, Hartley Lin, Jane Mai, Al Columbia, Olivier Schrauwen, Ariel Schrag, and Mark Newgarden. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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A Record 250,000 Fans Mob New York Comic Con 2018

The return of the Harvey Awards to New York and more made big splashes at this year's New York Comic Con, which once again set a record for tickets sold. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Beijing Book Fair 2018: Market Observations from Exhibitors

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New Fans, New Books: Change Comes to San Diego Comic-Con 2018

Comic-Con featured the usual mobs of fans searching for movie and TV stars but the show also reflects ongoing change in the fan community, and publishers are presenting a broader selection of titles aimed at women, people of color, and the LGBTQ community. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Russia’s Growing Ebook and Audiobook Sales in First Half of 2018

The Russian ebook distributor LitRes reports 45-percent growth year-over-year in ebook sales for the first half of this year. And Storytel, which ended its first year in May in the market, cites digital access over vast distances as a driver. The post Russia’s Growing Ebook and Audiobook Sales... Continue reading at Publishing Perspectives

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BookCon 2018: YA Authors and a Former President Draw Fans to Javits

BookCon 2018 drew about 20,000 booklovers to the Javits Center this past weekend. While many attendees were there to see their favorite bestselling YA authors, others wanted to meet a debut novelist named Bill Clinton. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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BookExpo 2018: The Audiobook Market Grows Globally

The audiobook boom is most prominent in North America, and it is spreading across the world, as discussed in a panel on Wednesday at the New York Rights Fair entitled “The Audiobook Heard ‘Round the World.” Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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NYRF 2018: The Audiobook Market Grows Globally

A panel at the New York Rights Fair featuring Storytel, audiobooks.com, and Kobo saw discussions about how the audiobook market is evolving around the world. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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New England Society Names Five 2018 Book Awards: Fiction, Nonfiction, Art, and Travel

In categories of art, photography, fiction, nonfiction, and speciality books, the 213-year-old New England Society announces winners of its award for trade books of regional interest and significance. The post New England Society Names Five 2018 Book Awards: Fiction, Nonfiction, Art, and Travel... Continue reading at Publishing Perspectives

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