Fantagraphics Books: Forecasting the Future of Misfit Lit

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Aired : March 29th, 2014 at 1:00 PM


Seattle's Fantagraphics Books recently suffered the tragic loss of co-publisher Kim Thompson. Gary Groth, Eric Reynolds, Michael Catron and Kristy Valenti examine the future of the legendary publisher. Moderated by the Stranger's Paul Constant.

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