For book/ebook authors, publishers, & self-publishers
The publishing house Editions Dedicaces LLC will participate in the next Expozine, the annual small press, comic and zine fair, which will take place on November 15 and 16 this year in Montreal.
Expozine is Canada’s largest zine fair and one of North America’s largest small press fairs! Over the course of one weekend each fall, some 270+ different vendors and creators of all kinds of printed matter (in both English and French) present and sell their works to nearly 15 000 visitors.
Several authors of the publishing house Editions Dedicaces will present their books at this unique literary event, including: Andreas F. Von Recum (Motorcycle Dreams), Carlos Rubio (Forgotten Objects), Carol Margaret Tetlow (Out of Practice), Edward J. George (Secrets of Craps and Other Casino Games), Eugene Landon Hobgood (Country Roads), Gerald W. Grantham (Redemption for a lonely man), Justin Wilson (The Boy in the Skull Mask), Harry Swiers (Tall Storeys), Aleksandar Krzavac (Media Guy. God Blesses Media, but not Media Professionals), Marie Laure de Shazer (L’Odyssée Intérieure de Pénélope), Dimitri Chiabaut (L’Épée d’Alknohr), Jean-Pierre Makosso (Human Works), Caroline Côté (Les chroniques de Karîse Dondelle, T.1 – Au secours!), Jean-Louis Riguet (Aristide, la butte meurtrie – Vauquois 1914-1918), Bernadette Cornette (Le Loup des stups), Colline Hoarau (L’adieu à Lila), Pierre Etienne (Une année ordinaire), Juliette Mouquet (Fracas identitaires), Jean-François Capelle (Randonnées avec Atropos), Roger Gratton (La 43e prophétie. Les prophéties ancestrales), Georges Botet Pradeilles (Pourquoi encore la psychanalyse), Paul-Gabriel Dulac (Roméo et Juliette sur le piton érotique, turlure) and Francine Minville (Platon le Suricate).
Expozine was born in 2002 with the goal of helping the public discover the multitude of local publications that fall outside the mainstream. It’s also become a place where the small press community and local writers and artists make new connections and plan future collaborations. The event attracts thousands of visitors eager to purchase material they might not find elsewhere, and each year more exhibitors come from across Canada, the United States and Europe to be part of one of the premier showcases of alternative publishing on the continent.