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Borb release party at Bergen Street Comics

Bergen Street Comics will host a launch party to celebrate Jason Little and his new book, Borb. The event happens on Friday, April 24th. If you’re within any reasonable distance of Brooklyn, we encourage you to attend. Hang out with Jason, check out the book and have a good time.

There’s further info about the event here. Borb is still available for pre-order on our website.

Uncivilized Books at MoCCA 2015

We’ll debut two books at this year’s MoCCA Arts Festival: Borb from Jason Little and David B.’s Incidents in the Night: Book 2. Jason will be in attendance, as well, to meet readers and sign copies of the book. We’re super excited about the show and the new space! Find us at Table 317 on the third floor. Further information at the official MoCCA site.

Preview Caitlin Skaalrud’s Houses of the Holy

We’ve run a short preview of Caitlin Skaalrud’s Houses of the Holy in our latest newsletter. The final book will expand upon the original version by 100 new pages. Check out the preview here, and pre-order the book to receive an early-bird discount.

Also, if you haven’t subscribed to our newsletter, now is the time.

Uncivilized Books announces its Fall 2015 Season

We’re thrilled to announce our Fall 2015 line-up today. We’ll publish two new Graphic Novels: the second collection from rising star Sam Alden (It Never Happened Again), and an amazing debut from Minneapolis’ best kept secret, Caitlin Skaalrud. We’re also trying something new: a book of fiction. The Deaths of Henry King is a collaboration between award winning authors Brian Evenson and Jesse Ball that features macabre illustrations from cartoonist Lilli Carré.

The subscription offer for this season is now available, as well. Grab it from our website!

Publishers Weekly reviews Borb

The first review of Jason Little’s Borb is out, and it’s a nice one. Publishers Weekly says “Little’s elegant linework, minimal dialogue, and unwavering focus on the man’s day-to-day struggles are powerful, giving us a gruesome, slapstick view of society’s underbelly.”

Read the review here. Borb will debut at MoCCA in just a few weeks. Pre-order your copy now!

Truth is Fragmentary, An Iranian Metamorphosis finalists for Cartoonist Studio Prize

Uncivilized Books is excited to announce Gabrielle Bell and Mana Neyestani’s nominations for Truth is Fragmentary and An Iranian Metamorphosis as finalists for the Cartoonist Studio Prize, presented by The Slate Book Review and the Center for Cartoon Studies.

The full list of finalists is published here. Congratulations to Gabrielle, Mana and all the other nominees!

New comic from Sophie Yanow at The Nib

Over at The Nib, Sophie Yanow has a new comic called “Sex Positive”, asking whether or not hiding one’s HIV status is a crime. It’s free to read, so check it out here.

Grimalkin Press raises over 7k for Simon Moreton’s new book, still time left

Simon Moreton’s new book, Plans We Made, has seen a successful run on Kickstarter. With a day left to fund, the book is beyond its initial funding goal, sitting beautifully just above seven thousand dollars. While the book will be nationally distributed this Fall, there’s still time to support the Kickstarter and pre-order a copy now.

Check out the campaign here. Congrats to Grimalkin Press and Simon!

Spring 2015, this weekend only!


This is it (really). This weekend if your LAST chance to subscribe to our Spring 2015 season. You’ll get Borb, True Swamp: Book 2 and Robot Investigator from Jason Little, Jon Lewis and Vincent Stall (plus, 3 mini comics!). The subscription is only $55.

View the deal on our website.

James Romberger interviews Tonci Zonjic

James (Post York) Romberger conducted a great interview with artist Tonci Zonjic. Zonjic is fairly well-known for his work on Dark Horse Comics’ Lobster Johnson and his Image book, Who is Jake Ellis?. It’s an excuse for two artists obviously influenced by Alex Toth to chat about Toth, and Zonjic has some smart things to say about developing one’s voice.

Read the interview here. Check out James’ work with Post York.