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The publishing Conundrum

Andy Brown celebrates 20 years of acclaimed comics with a new anthology

THERE COMES a time over the course of nearly every small publisher's career when they question whether they can, or should, continue doing what they do. For Andy Brown, founding editor and publisher of Conundrum Press, that moment came in 2005, as his business was approaching the end of its first decade. “When my first son was born, I realized I was not making a living,” he says. Brown toyed briefly with the idea of selling the company and looking for work as the editor of a graphic novel imprint at a larger house, but in the end decided he’d be happiest working for himself, and forged ahead.

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