Friends

Author:

Jan Soeken

180 x 255 mm
40 pages
soft cover
Translation from German by Nikki Martin
Proofread by Ewa Lipińska

ISBN: 978-0-9929082-8-7

Friends

Two friends are on their way to Ku Klux Klan meeting taking place deep in the forest. It’s just a shame that the instructions in the e-mail were so unclear…

"Friends" Jan Seoken

Friends

Two friends are on their way to Ku Klux Klan meeting taking place deep in the forest. It’s just a shame that the instructions in the e-mail were so unclear…

Wage Slaves

Author:

Daria Bogdańska

180 x 255 mm
200 pages
B&W
Soft cover
ISBN: 978-1-912278-07-7

Wage Slaves

Wage Slaves is a story about union struggle when you are somebody marginalized by society.

Wage Slaves

Wage Slaves is a story about union struggle when you are somebody marginalized by society.

Do you miss your country?

The subject of emigration affects every Polish person. If not directly, then through family and friends. Now anyone can be an emigrant, from a mechanic to a violinist. They can keep in touch with relatives on Skype, shop in a Polish shop, wait for their first payment in pounds or euros. These things have become a generational experience.

Dog Days

Norwegian Comic of the Year award in 2016

Dog Days

Author:

Anja Dahle Øverbye

Translation: Agnes S.D. Langeland
185 x 255 mm
Soft cover
72 pages, b&w
Originally published in Norway as Hundedagar by Jippi Forlag
ISBN: 978-0-9933951-9-2

Recommended Age: 12+

Dog Days

Relase November 2017

Staring from the Hill

“A delightfully bizarre celebration of friendship and the bonds of music. Engagingly chaotic and pulsing with energy.” – Andy Oliver, Broken Frontier

Staring from the Hill

Author:

Norbert Rybarczyk

148 x 200
Hard cover
56 pages
ISBN: 978-0-9933951-5-4

Staring from the Hill

“A delightfully bizarre celebration of friendship and the bonds of music. Engagingly chaotic and pulsing with energy.” – Andy Oliver, Broken Frontier

Do you miss your country?

Author:

Monika Szydłowska

148x148mm
176 pages
soft cover
ISBN: 978-0-9933951-0-9

Do you miss your country?

The subject of emigration affects every Polish person. If not directly, then through family and friends. Now anyone can be an emigrant, from a mechanic to a violinist. They can keep in touch with relatives on Skype, shop in a Polish shop, wait for their first payment in pounds or euros. These things have become a generational experience.

Moscow

«Ida draws Putin, but it doesn’t really look like him»

– Person

Moscow

Author:

Øystein Runde, Ida Neverdahl

Translation: Agnes S.D. Langeland
170 x 245 mm
Hardcover
96 pages
Colour
Originally published in Norway as "Moskva" by Jippi Forlag
ISBN: 978-0-9929082-4-9

Suggested for Adults only 18+

Moscow

«Ida draws Putin, but it doesn’t really look like him»
– Person
Ida and Øystein live in different towns. They’re best friends. They just don’t know about it yet. A travelogue about radical Russians, handsome Kazakhs, moving moles… and unexpected love.

Double Portrait. Polish Female Comics.

“Polish Female Comics: Double Portrait” jams together the autobiographical work of twenty women whose approaches are all rather different.

Swear Jar

Avery Hill Publishing