Thin wallet, fat bookshelves: A publishing news round-up

Ryan Sands reveals that Drawn and Quarterly will be publishing another book by Drifting Life author Yoshihiro Tatsumi in Spring of next year. The book, Black Blizzaard, is one of Tatsumi's earlier works and is indeed referenced in Drifting Life. Here's the plot:

The book will cost $20 and be out in April.

Ken Parile notes that the University Press of Mississippi is coming out with Daniel Clowes: Conversations, the latest book in their ongoing collection of interviews with prominent cartoonists.

• I knew that Jules Feiffer was working on his memoirs. Apparently he's finished, as Random House plans on publishing the book in March.

Kazu Kibushi drops some details on his upcoming Copper book and the third volume of Amulet.

Mike Dawson (Freddie and Me) is apparently working on a comic about scouting.

• Austin English apparently has a new publishing venture titled Sweetheart Books. You now know as much as I do.

• In case you missed the news, naughty manga publisher Icarus Comics is canceling their Comics AG anthology.

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