18 Nisan 2014 Cuma

The Eisner Award'a aday olan eserler

2014 The Eisner Ödülüne aday olan eserler henüz ilan edildi, ve bu listeye temsilcisi bulunduğum First Second Press yayınevinden tam dört kitabın girdiğini sizlerle paylaşmaktan heyecanlıyım. Bilindiği üzere Eisner Ödülleri çizgi roman sektöründe en prestijli ödül olup, kazananlar Temmuz ayında San Diego Comic-Con'da ilan edilecektir..  
​Eisner ödülleri hakkında daha detaylı bilgi edinmek isteyen yayıncılarımız 
sizler için 
​hazırladığım notu
 bloğumdan okumak için vereceğim linke tıklayabilirler;

İlgilendiğiniz eserleri bana yazmanızı rica ederim.

Best Publication for Early Readers:
Erken Okuyucular için En İyi Yayın
​ Dalında)​

ODD DUCK by Cecil Castellucci and Sara Varon

Foreign Sales:
​Eserin uluslarası satışları​

French / Rue de Sèvres

Best Publication for Teens:
Gençler için en iyi Yayın
​ Dalında)​


New York Times Graphic Novel Bestseller
Over 40,000 copies sold!
New York Times Bestseller Çizgi Roman
40.000 'den fazla kopya sattı!

​Eserin Uluslarası Stışları
French/Editions Dargaud
Italian/Bao Publishing
Polish/Kultura Gniewu
Portuguese (Brazil)/Cia das Letras
Spanish/Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial

BOXERS & SAINTS by Gene Luen Yang

National Book Award Finalists
New York Times Graphic Novel Bestsellers
Over 40,000 copies sold per title!

Ulusal Kitap Ödülü Finalistleri
New York Times 
​Çizgi Roman Kategorisinde ​
En Çok Satanlar
​ listesinde

Hem Boxers hem de Saints ayrı ayrı olarak da 40.000 'den fazla kopya satıldı!

TEMPLAR, by Jordan Mechner, LeUyen Pham, And Alex Puvilland

New York Times Graphic Novel Bestseller
New York Times Bestseller
​larında ​
 Çizgi Roman
​ kategorisinde​

​Eserin Uluslarası Satışları
Portuguese (Brazil)/Galera Record

16 Nisan 2014 Çarşamba


Damian Fowler'ın (yetişkin romanı )  FALLING THROUGH CLOUDS Vanity Fair Dergisinin Hot type sütununda daha kitap piyasaya sürülmeden çok  güzel sinyaller aldı. Merak edenler benden isteyebilirler.

Damian Fowler Bulutlar A non-fiction Çalışma, Falling Sayesinde

Garth Stein: A Sudden Light

Garth Stein
Simon & Schuster, October 2014.  World English.                                        Manuscript available.
Brazil: Companhia das Letras. Complex Chinese: Eurasian. Danish: Ordenes. Italian: Piemme.

The new novel by the author of international bestselling phenomenon THE ART OF RACING IN THE RAIN is a coming-of-age ghost story set against the epic backdrop of the Northwest timber industry.

In the summer of 1990, 14-year-old Trevor Riddell gets his first glimpse of Riddell House. Built from the spoils of a massive timber fortune, the legendary family mansion is set on a huge estate overlooking Puget Sound. Trevor’s bankrupt parents have begun a trial separation, and his father, Jones Riddell, has brought Trevor to Riddell House for the summer with a goal:  he will join forces with his sister, Serena, to dispatch Grandpa Samuel—who is flickering in and out of dementia—to a graduated living facility, and sell off the house and property. But Trevor soon discovers there’s someone else living in Riddell House: a ghost with an agenda of his own. Masterfully intertwining the story of a family’s epic past with its present-day problems, A SUDDEN LIGHT explores the magisterial beauty of the Pacific Northwest as well as the realm beyond our senses.

“Wow!  I devoured A SUDDEN LIGHT, a grand, gorgeous, mulit-generational epic of the Pacific Northwest.  Garth Stein has given us another singular, soulful, and wise narrator for the ages, who tells us a story full of mystery and yearning.  I adored this book.”
—Maria Semple, bestselling author of Where’d You Go, Bernadette? 

HarperCollins, 2008.  World English.  Audio: Harper.                                            Books available.
Brazil: Companhia das Letras. Brazil Condensation: Reader’s Digest. Bulgarian: Prozoretz.Complex Chinese: Eurasian. Croatian: Ljevak naklada. Czech Condensation: Reader’s Digest. Czech:  Jota. Dutch: Mouria. Finnish: WSOY. Finnish Condensation: Reader’s Digest. French: First. German: Droemer. Greek: Compupress. Hungarian: Tericum.Hungarian Condensation: Reader’s Digest. Iceland: Tindur. Indonesian: Serambi Ilmu Semesta. Israel: Keter/Aryeh Nir. Italian: Piemme. Italian (book club): Piemme. Japanese: Villagebooks. Korean: Balgunsesang. Latvian: Lietusdarzs. Lithuanian:Musu Knyga. Norwegian: Schibsted. Polish: Galaktyka. Polish Audio: Galaktyka. Polish Condensation: Reader’s Digest. Portugal:  Difel 82. Portugal Condensation: Reader’s Digest. Romanian: Editura Corint. Romanian Condensation: Reader’s Digest. Russian: AST.Russian Condensation: Reader’s Digest. Serbian: Carobna Knjiga. Simplified Chinese: Thinkingdom Media. Slovak: Vydavatelstvo TATRAN. Slovak Condensation:Reader’s Digest. Slovene: Primus. Spanish (world): Suma de Letras. Spanish Condensation: Reader’s Digest. Swedish: Damm Forlag. Swedish Condensation: Reader’s Digest. Thai: Nanmeebooks. Turkish: Epsilon Yayinevi. Vietnamese: Nha Nam Publishing.

* International bestseller; over a million copies sold in the US.
* Universal Film deal.

Enzo is different from other dogs: he is a philosopher with a nearly human soul. On the eve of his death, Enzo relates all that he and his family have been through:  the sacrifices his master Denny has made to pursue success as a car racer; the loss of Denny's wife Eve; the three-year battle for their daughter, whose maternal grandparents fight dirty for custody. In the end, Enzo heroically preserves the Swift family with humor, sharp observation, and a courageous heart.

Pocket Books, 1998.  HarperCollins, March 2010.                                                Books available.
German: Goldmann. Italian: Piemme. Polish: Nasza Ksiegarnia. Serbian: Carobna Knjiga. Simplified Chinese: ThinKingdom. Spanish (world): Suma de Letras.

Two years after the death of her five-year-old son, Jenna is sleepwalking through life. She flees her upscale Seattle lifestyle to return to Alaska, the scene of Bobby’s drowning. When a local shaman gives her a figurine of a kushtaka, a native soul-stealing spirit, Jenna begins to believe that Bobby’s soul is being held captive as punishment for her husband’s greed. Her obsession leads her to move in with the shaman and abandon thoughts of her previous life—until her husband hires an investigator to
find her. Only when the shaman risks his life to save Jenna can the couple put aside their grief.

“An amazing debut… deeply moving, superbly crafted and highly unconventional.”
The Washington Times

“Stein's richly textured first novel….is layered with vivid descriptions and characters. Recommended for all fiction collections.”—Library Journal
“RAVEN is just as winning as RACING, in a completely different way… This is a worthy reissue, but it also left me hoping the author has something new for us soon.”—Dallas Morning News

Garth Stein has been published in 30 territories and was a bestseller in nine. In the U.S., he is aNew York Times bestseller and a Starbucks Pick, and film rights to his books have been sold to Universal. His website is www.garthstein.com.

Simmone Howell;Girl Dedective

Kız Kusurlu


Skylark Martin lives above her family’s vintage vinyl shop that—like its merchandise—is an endangered species in their re-gentrified, forward-looking Melbourne suburb.
In the five years since Mum left to “follow her art” in Japan, Dad’s kept the shop going, drinking homebrew and mourning the past (musical and otherwise). Sky, 15, and Gully, 10, aka Agent Seagull Martin, who wears a pig-snout mask 24/7 and views the world as a crime scene waiting to be investigated, hold down the fort. Sky harbors no illusions about their dreary status quo—Dad’s drinking, Gully’s issues, her own social stasis—but she does have dreams, recently ignited by a new friend, the beautiful, wild and fearless Nancy. Other agents of change include Eve, Dad’s old flame, and Luke, the shop’s attractive, moody new hire. Drawn, mothlike, to Nancy’s flame, Sky’s dreams are haunted by Luke’s sister, whose similarly wild lifestyle led to tragedy. The family business grounds Sky. Its used records and cassettes, like time capsules, store music that evokes the past’s rich emotional complexity for the Martins and their quirky customers, while the eternal present and frantic quest for the next big thing hold no appeal. Funny, observant, a relentless critic of the world’s (and her own) flaws, Sky is original, thoroughly authentic and great company, decorating her astute, irreverent commentary with vivid Aussie references; chasing these down should provide foreign readers with hours of online fun. (Fiction. 14 & up)