Brooklyn Book Festival a rousing success!

We did more in one day at this fair than we do at just about any other convention and that was gratifying indeed! In fact, we did more here on one table than in some shows over two days with 2 tables! Margreet de Heer did especially well selling out of her books and proving quite popular.

And it figures: her books are general interest and that’s the audience that comes to this street fair. Much of NBM’s catalog is about that and always has been: reaching out to a wide audience of readers and making converts of skeptics!

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About the Author

Publisher at NBM. Founder back in 1976 when graphic novels were unknown even to fans. Caricature here is by our newest star Brooke Allen! (A Home for Mr.Easter)

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