T Publications Literary Initiative starts at ALA Annual Conference

tpubT Pub announced today the beginning of an ambitious initiative to get more people reading comics. CEO Neil Gibson says that comics changed his life and believes the benefits of of the medium are enormous. Libraries in the UK are closing at an alarming rate and Neil decided it was time for action. He recently gave a workshop and talk to school pupils at the Deptford Lounge Library in South London.

From a pop up stall outside one of the highest trafficked London stations to headlining Leamington Comic Con to a booth at the American Library Association annual conference this June, T Pub is taking no prisoners in spreading awareness. Librarians attending ALA should email will@neilgibsoncomics.com to receive a free digital copies of our back-catalogue before the show or stop by booth #1950 to get access to free digital copies as well.

CEO Neil Gibson explains, “Comics are flat out the most efficient medium there is to tell a story. I am a firm believer that comics can make you smarter, help you communicate better, and I have used comics to help companies make more money as well.”

T Pub titles will be in the June issue of Diamond Previews in the US and in the UK. Digital copies of their books are available via Amazon and Comixology. Tortured Life and Tabatha are suggested for mature readers only,Twisted Dark and Twisted Light are rated 13+ and The World of Chub Chub is suggested for all ages 

T Pub is a new publisher from London. The first issue of Twisted Dark was the #1 book on Amazon Kindle in the UK and they released volume 5 in May. Looking for horror that will make you laugh as well as gasp? Check out their miniseries Tabatha! And for those looking for light-hearted reading, make sure and pick up Twisted Light!

Recent photos of their pop up stall in Old Street Station:



Lee Lightfoot
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Lee Lightfoot (President & Publisher) is an artist from East Yorkshire, UK, working predominantly in narrative art. He studied a BA in Fine Art before a three-year part-time MA in Popular Culture, the last two years a specialism in cinema, and a dissertation on body horror cinema. In 2011 he founded Black Ship Books to pursue his interest in narrative. Lee has also worked on concept art for small film production companies, and has provided art for numerous sketch card series, including Cryptozoic’s The Walking Dead series and Upper Deck’s Marvel Premier cards.

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