We talked to LK Ingino, writer of “Never Say Boo” in the Destinations Anthology, about dark comedy, poetry collections, and more! … Continue readingLK Ingino on Gallows Humor, “Never Say Boo,” and Creating All the Things
We talked with James Wayne Johnson, writer of the continuing comic “Bloom Squad,” about telepaths, Van Halen, and finding time to write! … Continue readingJames Wayne Johnson on Good Guys, Van Halen, and “Bloom Squad”
We talked to Kaytee Brown about coloring comics, female representations in video games, Arthurian legend, and her short comic, “Nimue.” … Continue readingKaytee Brown on Arthurian Legend, Getting Slapped by Inspiration, and “Nimue”
We talked with Ukranian writer Andrii Ostapenko about war, magic, and his short comic, “Shortcut,” in the Destinations Anthology. … Continue readingAndrii Ostapenko on War, Travel, Magic, and “Shortcut”
We talked to the voice of YOUR generation, Charley Macorn, on putting your creative work out there, gentrification, and ghost museums. … Continue readingCharley Macorn on Weirdness, Gentrification, and “Lynda Linda: Unlicensed Detective”
We talked to writer Chris Lackie about his short comic, “The Bottom,” his mild-mannered alter ego, his influences, and more! … Continue readingChris Lackie on “The Bottom,” Horror Writing, and Canadian Baking
We spoke to webcomics legend Erin Ptah about her past, present, and future, as well as her new short comic, “The Traveler”! … Continue readingErin Ptah on “The Traveler,” Inspiration, and Keeping Going
We talked to Oriana Leckert, Kickstarter’s Director of Publishing & Comics Outreach, about community, creation, and Kickstarter! … Continue readingCommunity, Creation, and Kickstarter—An Interview with Oriana Leckert
Cthulhu wants you asleep. TarMucks keeps you awake. Our newest campaign saves the world—from Cthulhu, plastic pollution & climate change! … Continue readingCthulhu Wants You Asleep. TarMucks™ Keeps You Awake.
Tell us about your DESTINATIONS in an eight-page comic for Oneshi Press’s 12th comics anthology! Here’s everything you need to know… … Continue readingAnthology #12: Destinations – Call for Submissions
“I look at art as a sort of hand extended out in kindness…Art is like a way for people to say ‘Hey, I’m feeling this too. You don’t have to do this alone.'” —Angela Oddling, illustrator of “I Can’t Wait” … Continue readingAngela Oddling on “I Can’t Wait”
The interesting thing about a visual medium like comics is you can squeeze the passage of time into a few panels, like they’re windows into the most poignant parts.”—Kyle Lawrence, writer, “The Chixculub Impact” … Continue readingKyle Lawrence on “The Chicxulub Impact”
We weren’t sure if we could continue with the 6 stray dogs and 1 stray man of the PACK. Here’s the story of why we decided to keep going. … Continue readingWe Hit a Low Point, but PACK Is Coming Back!
The day has come…and it’s a double whammy! Mr. Guy: Zombie Hunter: Act 1 and the Origins Anthology are out today from the Oneshi Press store! … Continue readingDouble Whammy! Mr. Guy: Zombie Hunter & the Origins Anthology Out Now!
Hold on to your zombie-smashing baseball bat covered in nails, folks! You can preorder the first act of “Mr. Guy: Zombie Hunter” today! … Continue readingHeckin’ Preorder “Mr. Guy: Zombie Hunter: Act 1” Now!
With a streamlined new look, greater functionality on desktop and mobile, light and dark modes, updated team credits, and more, this website redesign looks as spiffy as our books! … Continue readingThe Oneshi Press Website Is All Spiffed Up!
The campaign to fund Mr. Guy and the Origins Anthology is back from the dead! Smarter, sleeker, and with the strength of a reanimated corpse! … Continue readingIt’s Alive! Or Undead. Reanimated? You Get the Idea…
Sophia Murphy is the artist behind the cover of the Origins Anthology, and has created guest art for Mr. Guy: Zombie Hunter, Act 1 (Kickstarting now!). We talked to Sophia about trans representation in media, why escapism through entertainment is essential, and her favorite horror films! … Continue readingAn Interview with Artist Sophia Murphy
Adam Rose is the writer of “Corollary,” a short comic in the Origins Anthology (Kickstarting now!). We talked with him writing comics and his inspirations. … Continue readingAn Interview with Comics Writer Adam Rose
The Kickstarter to fund Mr. Guy: Zombie Hunter and the Origins Anthology is ALIVE! Here’s how you can help it succeed—with or without pledging. … Continue readingMr. Guy & the Origins Anthology Are ALIVE!
We’re counting down to the launch of our Kickstarter on July 1! Without any further ado, here are the AMAZING creators in Act of Mr. Guy: Zombie Hunter. … Continue readingAnnouncing the “Mr. Guy: Zombie Hunter, Act 1” Creator Lineup!
All proceeds from sales of this image of Tracy Queen at a protest will support the cause of justice for black lives—from now until forever. … Continue readingArt for the Cause—Tracy Queen Supports Black Lives Matter
Oneshi Press may be a small indie publisher, but we’re doing what we can to support the cause of racial justice. So can you, as a comics fan! Here’s how… … Continue readingComics Readers Can Support Black Lives. Here’s How.
The second installment of the epic, sex-positive, sci-fi graphic novel Tracy Queen is finally here! Launching today in both trade paperback and digital formats, Tracy Queen, V2: Dangerous Experiments brings back indie comics’ favorite mob-enforcer-turned-camgirl-turned-porn-star-turned-warlord with new friends, worse enemies, deeper backstories, more fabulous fights, and even sexier sex scenes. … Continue readingTracy’s Back! “Dangerous Experiments” Out Now in Print & Digital!
Jayel Draco, the co-founder of Oneshi Press and the creator of “Mr. Guy: Zombie Hunter,” got weird about his wild creation at the Mr. Guy website. There are a lot of butts in here for some reason. … Continue readingA Q&A with Jayel Draco—Barrels of Butts, Zombie Tropes, & Turtle Soup
Preorder your copy of “Tracy Queen, V2: Dangerous Experiments” now! We have a limited number of trade paperback copies to go around! Release date: May 27. … Continue readingPreorders Open for “Tracy Queen, V2: Dangerous Experiments”!
Are you ready for a huge announcement? Good. Because we’ve got one. This summer, we’re combining two big projects into one giant crowdfunding campaign—the Origins Kickstarter! … Continue readingHeads Up! The Origins Kickstarter Is On Its Way!
For World Book Day, we’re giving you a peek inside Oneshi Press HQ and our gigantic wall of books, inspiration, props, toys, and more! What’s on your shelf? … Continue readingIt’s World Book Day! What’s On Your Shelf?
“Trinkets,” written by Lynsey G and illustrated by Eldkrind, is out now as a standalone digital download from the Oneshi Press store! … Continue readingIntroducing “Trinkets”—An 8-Page Children of Gaia Comic
We’ve got just over a week left in the campaign to fund Tracy Queen, V2, and things are heating up! Here are a few of the headlines this campaign has made. … Continue readingThe “Tracy Queen” Kickstarter Is Making Headlines
Don’t lie awake wondering anymore! Now you can find out what Tracy Queen character you are with this amazing personality quiz! … Continue readingWhich Tracy Queen Character Are You? Find Out with this Quiz!
Socks are an important part of adult life, but most of as are afraid to talk about them. Oneshi Press wants to change that. Let’s talk about socks, baby! (And how you can help us change the world!) … Continue readingLet’s Talk About Socks, Baby! (And Changing the World!)
“I’ve always believed little things matter, and if a story and/or artwork can lift someone’s spirits and bring them joy even just a little, or make them feel less alone, and inspire them, I think it can have a chain reaction that goes beyond what we can even begin to perceive.” — Shadowind … Continue readingAn Interview with OPCA #09 Cover Artist, Shadowind
For the first time, every single Oneshi Press publication is available as a digital download from the Oneshi Press store! Come on, let’s get digital! … Continue readingEvery Oneshi Press Publication Is Now Digital!
“[I relate to] Wolverine. Not because I see myself as a mysterious, dangerous loner but because we are both short and hairy.” — James Wayne Johnson, writer of “Bloom Squad” … Continue readingAn Interview with Comics Writer James Wayne Johnson
“Like the Dark Knight Detective, I too spend my nights patrolling the wretched underbelly of my cursed city, protecting innocents from criminals who would do them harm for nothing more than the sick joy it brings—I’m just kidding. The thought of leaving the house after the sun goes down makes my tum-tum hurt.” — Chris Lackie … Continue readingAn Interview with Comics Writer Chris Lackie
These gorgeous pages invite you to ask what justice means to these characters, to these stories, and to you. They’re out now at the Oneshi Press store! … Continue readingOneshi Press Anthology #9—The Justice Anthology—Has Landed!
We think of ourselves as an indie publisher that gives a sh!t. So, this week, we’re donating 50% of all our profits from digital book sales to wildfire relief in Australia. … Continue readingDigital Comics to Help Fight Wildfires? Let’s Do This.
If you’re shopping for someone who loves comics, art, indie publishing, or progressive values…we’ve got an Oneshi Press gift guide for you! … Continue readingYour 2019 Geeky Gift Guide from Oneshi Press
Comics industry stalwart and professional letterer Cardinal Rae gives a few important tips on how to write your comic with your letterer in mind. … Continue readingHow to Write Comics: 7 Tips on Writing for a Letterer from Cardinal Rae
Writing comic panels is a finely tuned communication from a writer to an artist. Here are some tips on panel descriptions from writer Lynsey G and artist Jayel Draco. … Continue readingHow to Write Comics: Panel Descriptions
The second post in the How to Write Comics series by Lynsey G covers The Big Stuff: Structuring your comic, breaking it into pages, and planning panel breakdowns on those pages. … Continue readingHow to Write Comics: Planning Pages and Panels
We’re looking for your thoughts on our books, ranging from long-form reviews to short-form blurbs…and everything in between! Here’s how you can help. … Continue readingWe Need Reviews! Will You Write One?
We spoke with Oneshi alum Charley Macorn about their upcoming standup comedy show in an empty theater at the Old Montana Prison: Jokes for Ghosts! … Continue readingOneshi Alum Charley Macorn on Jokes for Ghosts
We talked to legendary comics artist Vicente Alcázar about highlights of his long career in comics, eschatology, and his work on “Ziegler Box”—part of the Oneshi Press Comics Anthology. … Continue readingAn Interview with Legendary Comics Artist Vicente Alcazar
After a month of fund-raising, “War & Horses”—our second full-length Children of Gaia illustrated novel—is fully funded! Thank you for your support! … Continue readingWe Did It! “War & Horses” Is Fully Funded!
“Much like our world, Terra is a place where the wealthy and powerful act to further their own interests, and most ordinary people feel powerless to do anything but go along with it.”—Chris Covelli, “War & Horses” co-illustrator and Children of Gaia co-creator … Continue readingAn Interview with Children of Gaia Co-Illustrator, Chris Covelli!
Peter Lampasona is the author of “Children of Gaia: War and Horses” and “Carrying Iron.” We sat down with him to talk about his character the Triggerman, fight choreography, and why he’s a Hermione. … Continue readingAn Interview with “War & Horses” Author Peter Lampasona
In our 8th anthology, Kevin Sheely teamed up with writer Desiree King on “Finn: Guardian of the Five Gates.” We caught up with Kevin to chat about 80s horror, Batman, and more! … Continue readingAn Interview with “Finn” Co-Creator, Kevin Sheely!
Oneshi Press is thrilled to announce the launch of its eighth indie comics collection—the Healing Anthology! Our first semiannual anthology examines themes of trauma, healing, and redemption. Featuring the work of two dozen indie creators, these 120 pages will make readers think, possibly cry, and definitely smile. … Continue readingIntroducing the Healing Anthology—Out Now!
“A Tale of Good Intentions” is a short comic written by Patricia Loupee and illustrated by Amy Hay. We talked to Patricia and Amy about this story, their character Nightmist, and their inspirations. … Continue readingAn Interview With “A Tale of Good Intentions” Creators Patricia Loupee and Amy Hay
For our next anthology of comics and art, We want to know what you have to say about justice. Send us your short comics, art, and poetry by August 15! … Continue readingCall for Submissions: The Justice Anthology
No more scouring the internet for release dates. To heck with keeping up with every fund-raiser! Down with remembering what comes out next! Forget placing orders! Now, you can get all the Oneshi Pres publications you want with one simple monthly subscription to our Patreon! … Continue readingOne Subscription = Every Oneshi Press Publication!
We’re proud—no, ECSTATIC, to celebrate Pride Month! So we’re offering 10% off everything in our online store through the month of June! … Continue readingCelebrate Pride with Oneshi Press—and 10% Off!
Oneshi Press Anthology #08 will be our first semiannual, 120-page, perfect-bound, trade paperback collection of indie comics. Here’s a sneak peek at what’s inside! … Continue readingA Sneak Peek Inside Our 8th Comics Anthology!
Guess what, geeks in the inland northwest? Oneshi Press is doing two cons in two weeks! If you’re in the area, we want to see you during “con-topia”! … Continue readingIt’s Con-Topia! Oneshi Press Is Doing Two Cons in Two Weeks!
The Kickstarter to fund “PACK #2: Kindness” ends tomorrow! If we don’t reach our goal, we won’t get any funding! Here’s how you can help make it happen. … Continue readingThe PACK #2 Kickstarter Ends Tomorrow! Here’s How to Help.
As spring showers turn into spring flowers, the first volume of our sex-positive, sci-fi graphic novel, Tracy Queen, is buzzing! Check out these interviews and articles. … Continue readingThe Internet Is Abuzz About Tracy Queen!
Nine months after we successfully funded the first issue, it’s time to continue the saga of the 6 stray dogs—and 1 stray man—of the PACK! We’re Kickstarting PACK #2: Kindness, the story of the pit bull terrier Kindness. … Continue readingIt’s Time for for PACK #2: Kindness on Kickstarter!
After seven years of development, the first volume of the sweeping, sex-positive graphic novel, Tracy Queen, is here at last! The epic journey of our favorite sex-positive hero starts NOW. … Continue readingIt’s Here! “Tracy Queen, Volume 1” Is Out Now!
It all starts with an unhappy twentysomething woman all alone in her Brooklyn home with just her hookah and her sword for company. So that’s where digital artist stevieraedrawn began with the cover of Tracy Queen, Volume 1! … Continue readingCOVER REVEAL: “Tracy Queen, Volume 1” art by stevieraedrawn
At long last, “TracyQueen, Volume 1” is almost ready for release. But before the big reveal, we want to share some behind-the-scenes goodness! … Continue reading“Tracy Queen, Volume 1” Fulfillment: A Peek Behind the Scenes
At Oneshi Press, we believe that If we work together, we can accomplish more than we ever could alone. Collaboration lifts us all up toward success. Competition just grinds us down. … Continue readingCollaboration vs. Competition (And Which Way We Lean)
“As a writer, I want to create an immersive story that readers can fall in love with and get lost in. Something that, for a little while, makes them forget whatever may be going on around them.”—Grivante, in the Oneshi Press Creator Interviews series … Continue readingAn Interview with Speculative Fiction & Comics Writer Grivante
“Gaining an understanding for people’s situations and motivations is all it really takes to sympathize. And we could all use some sympathy.”—Kyle Lawrence in the Oneshi Press Creator Interviews series … Continue readingAn Interview With Comics Writer Kyle Lawrence
It’s nearly Valentine’s Day, and that means we’re thinking about our lurrv of indie publishing. It’s not always easy, but we do it because we believe that storytelling can—and regularly does—change the world for the better, and we want to do it our way. … Continue reading5 Reasons Why We Lurrrv Indie Publishing!
For a limited time, each Oneshi Press anthology is available for less than the price of a ride on the New York subway. And they’re all immeasurably more fun. … Continue readingOneshi Press Anthology #07 Now on ComiXology!
There are a lot of indie publishers out there, so why should you choose to work with Oneshi Press? The short answer is: Because we love our contributors. … Continue readingWe’re Seeking Contributors (Here’s Why You Should Submit Your Work)
This year, we will start publishing two comics collections per year instead of four. Our next anthology will be published on July 1, 2019, and the following will come out on January 1, 2020. … Continue readingWe’re Changing Our Publishing Schedule—Here’s What You Need to Know
“Comics are so flexible. Anything can happen. It really just lets my imagination run wild.”—Walter Ostlie in conversation with Oneshi Press … Continue readingAn Interview With Comics Artist Walter Ostlie
2019 begins with our 7th collection of immersive, progressive, gorgeous, comics! “Oneshi Press Anthology #07” is out now in limited-edition trade paperback! … Continue readingOneshi Press Anthology #07 Is Here!
Oneshi Press isn’t big on consumerism, we’re big fans of our products. So hey, if you’ve got a few gifts yet to source for this holiday season, here’s an Oneshi Press gift guide to help you through the process! … Continue readingThe Last-Minute Guide to Oneshi Press Holiday Gifts
We won’t release these 60 pages of magnificence until until January 1, 2019. But you can preorder a limited-edition print copy now at the Oneshi Press store! … Continue readingPreorders Are Open for Oneshi Press Anthology #07
“What was weird about breaking into comics is the realization that I had it right at twelve about what I should be doing with my life, because I’ve never been this good at anything!”—Benet Simon … Continue readingAn Interview With Comics Writer Benet Simon
You did it! Your support helped us raise nearly $10,000 in just one month to publish Volume 1 of our epic sci-fi graphic novel, Tracy Queen! … Continue readingYou Did It! “Tracy Queen, Volume 1” is FULLY FUNDED!
There are just over 24 hours left on the Kickstarter! Haha! It’s fine! We’re fine. We’re totally not nervous about it or anything. We just need to read some of these articles and reviews about “Tracy Queen, Volume 1” to keep ourselves busy, that’s all. … Continue readingWe’re Reading About Tracy Queen to Keep Ourselves from Biting All of Our Fingernails Off
With 3 days left to go, it’s time to declare which side we’re all on, pick up our swords, and become badass love warriors, just like Tracy Queen. To help make it happen, we’re adding EXTRA GOODIES to our Kickstarter to sweeten the pot. Let’s do this! … Continue reading3 Days to Go Means EXTRA GOODIES! Let’s Do This!
There’s just over a week left in the battle to fund Tracy Queen’s cyborg-clone army! And while we’re counting down, we’ve got some new goodies to help you get into the pulp-sci-fi, sex-positive, graphic-novel spirit with us: a new podcast and a video. … Continue reading8 Days Left…and Counting!
High fives! Tracy Queen, Volume 1 is 25% funded! With the support of nearly a hundred amazing backers (wow!), we’re well on our way to making the hands-down coolest Kickstarter in the universe a success! To celebrate, we’re announcing ADD-ONS! … Continue readingHigh fives! We’re 25% Funded! Plus, Add-Ons!
Happy Halloween! Just in time for the holiday, it has arrived! Behold! A video for our Kickstarter campaign to fund Volume 1 of our epic sex-positive graphic novel, Tracy Queen! PLUS costume ideas! … Continue readingBehold! The Tracy Queen Kickstarter Video!
During a live-streamed Q&A held last weekend on Twitch, one of Oneshi Press’s kick-ass community members asked writer Lynsey G. why her graphic novel, Tracy Queen, is important. Here was her answer, captured live during the stream on Twitch! … Continue readingVideo: Why Is Tracy Queen Important?
The Kickstarter to fund Volume 1 of our epic, feminist, pulp-sci-fi, sex-positive, amazing graphic novel, Tracy Queen, has launched! We really, really think that this graphic novel is worth all the help it can get! … Continue readingThe Tracy Queen Kickstarter Is LIVE!
If you’ve been wondering how the hell she got to be BFFs with a talking raccoon, why she spends so much on sex toys, how she decided to make an army of cyborg-clones, or…you know…any of that… Now’s your opportunity to find out! … Continue readingDon’t Miss Our LIVE “Tracy Queen” Q&A! (October 20)
Digital comics readers, now is your time! You can get an electronic version of our latest—and spookiest—comics anthology at the world’s largest digital comics retailer: ComiXology! … Continue readingOPQA #06 Is Now Digital! Find It on ComiXology!
We’re setting off this morning on a journey FanExpo Vancouver from October 12-14! Drop by Artist’s Alley booth A122 to say hi, talk indie comics, and ogle our sweet comics. … Continue readingWe’re Off! To Fan Expo Vancouver!
Our 6th collection of immersive, progressive, gorgeous, and super-spooky indie comics is here at last! “Oneshi Press Anthology #06” is available in limited-edition trade paperback, so get your print copy before it sells out! … Continue readingOneshi Press Anthology #06 Is HERE!
Deep down, Tracy Queen just wants what we all want—world domination. And every #Inktober image of her badassery gets her one step closer to that humble goal. So draw Tracy Queen for #Inktober, and get your work published in her graphic novel! Read on for all the details… … Continue readingDraw Tracy Queen for Inktober & Get Published!
We’re howling at the moon! After a year and a half of publishing our comics anthologies, Oneshi Press is proud to announce that our very first standalone comic book—PACK #1: Humility—is now available at the Oneshi Press Store! … Continue reading“PACK #1: Humility” Is HERE!
“I finally figured out that storytelling was the common thread running through all my passions—and a little later, that comics are the medium that does that best for me.”—Jason Hart … Continue readingAn Interview With Comics Creator Jason Hart
Preorder now to be sure you get your very own print copy of “Oneshi Press Anthology #6″—our most chilling collection yet—ahead of the October 1 release! … Continue readingPreorder Oneshi Press Anthology #06 Today!
“Comics that raise pressing social issues can give readers the space to engage critically, as well as to dream differently. When we cannot solve our problems with the same old strategies, the situation calls for more imagination.”—Lucas Peverill … Continue readingAn Interview with Comics Artist Lucas Peverill
SpoCon 2018 has come and gone, and Oneshi Press was there to witness its glory! We had an absolutely lovely time at Spokane, Washinton’s local SciFi and Fantasy Convention. … Continue readingOneshi Press Had a Blast at SpoCon 2018!
“You can experience something completely alien to you, simply by opening yourself up to another person’s journey. While that can be uncomfortable at times, it is important to be challenged.”—Emily Swan … Continue readingAn Interview with Comics Artist Emily Swan
OPQA #05 features stories and art about vampires, aliens, angels, humans, dogs, raccoons, faeries, time travelers, spies, video store customers, Satanists, cyborgs, porn stars, vigilantes, mutants, and more. Grab your digital copy now at ComiXology! … Continue readingOneshi Press Anthology #05 Now Available at ComiXology
“Say something that can be useful to people in their own life. Story and entertainment. Those are the things I look for in every story.”—Jan Velazquez … Continue readingAn Interview with Comics Artist Jan Velazquez
In the 60 pages of Oneshi Press Anthology #05’s, short comics and art from over a dozen indie creators reveal layers of meaning, nuance, and astonishing beauty. … Continue readingOneshi Press Anthology #05 Is HERE!
“I think the most useful way of approaching writing comic scripts is to think of them as an invitation to collaborate. They aren’t like screenplays or plays, but more about rough ideas and collaboration and conversations between artist and writer.”—Ryan Haack … Continue readingAn Interview with Comics Writer Ryan Haack
“Make a thing.
Finish your comic and put it out in the world.
You learn so much by just doing it, so go in ready, do your research and work hard.
And keep trying.”
—Tana Ford … Continue readingAn Interview with Comics Creator Tana Ford
Jack Schell’s vast imagination and boundless energy were reflected in the soaring melodies that he will be remembered for, along with his kindness, generosity, and curiosity. We wish him safe and swift passage in this new phase of his journey. … Continue readingRemembering Jack Schell: Collaborator, Composer, and Friend
It is with great Humility that we announce that, as of 6:00 p.m. on June 5…our first standalone comic book in the PACK series is FUNDED! Now, on to the stretch goals! … Continue readingPACK #01: Humility Is FUNDED!
“I tend to visualize the script as an episode of a show and then pick out the best ‘shots’ from the scene. So there will be camera movements, music stings, fade-ins and -outs and the sort.”—Andre Short … Continue readingAn Interview with Comics Artist Andre Short!
“The #1 thing I can say is to do the work, and don’t measure success by how many books you’ve done for this publisher or that publisher. Measure success by how many books you’ve done that you’re proud of.”—Erica Schultz … Continue readingAn Interview with Comics Writer Erica Schultz!
The submission deadline for our sixth gorgeous, immersive, progressive, creator-owned, indie comics anthology is almost here! This one is going to be spoopy AF. So here’s everything you need to know about sending us your best work by June 1. … Continue readingOneshi Press Calls for Submissions, Seeks Spooky, Progressive Short Comics
Get ready for a super-duper extra-special night in the Oneshi Press Twitch community on Wednesday, May 2! Starting at 5:00 p.m. MDT (7:00 Eastern, 4:00 Pacific) the Oneshi Press co-founders Jayel Draco & Lynsey G will host a LIVE Q&A! … Continue readingLIVE this Wednesday, a Special Patron Q&A with Oneshi Press
“For me, no matter what the medium the story is told [in], be it book, movie, comic, or video game, the most important thing is a good story with good characters. If I hate the story or the characters, I’m not going to want to finish it and will feel dirty if I paid money for it.”—A.M. Paulson … Continue readingAn Interview with Comics Writer A.M. Paulson
“A lot more goes into it than you think! You have to think about what the business wants. What their story is. If they have individual projects that they’re working on. How you cater to specific audiences. How to tell their story with journalism. Social media is a form of journalism.” … Continue readingMeet Kameron, Oneshi Press’s Social Media Intern
Regardless of the story or the events therein, I think it’s important to have “real” characters. They don’t have to be good, they don’t have to be bad, but there needs to be at least one character with whom the reader can sympathize.
—Christopher Matusiak … Continue readingAn Interview With Comics Writer Christopher Matusiak
Sign in to Jayel Draco’s Twitch channel around 9:00 p.m. MST on Thursday, March 8, 2018 to ask Jayel and Lynsey G. all your burning questions, chat with other viewers in real time, and learn all about what’s happening at your favorite indie publishing company! … Continue readingQ&A! Q&A! Q&A! (Thursday, March 8, 2018)
March 1 is the deadline for Oneshi Press Anthology #05, which will be published on July 1, 2018. That will make the one-year anniversary of our anthologies, and trust us, you’ll want to be a part of this one! We take comics about just about anything, as long as it incorporate our three guiding principles: Progressive. Immersive. Gorgeous. … Continue readingThe Deadline Approaches!
“‘The femme fatale attempting to seduce the hero into villainy’ has always fascinated me. I’m also partial to morally ambiguous femme fatales.”—Michael Norwitz … Continue readingAn Interview with Comics Writer Michael Norwitz
Are you a fan of Oneshi Press, but you’re not sure what’s the best way to show it? Or do you wish you could subscribe to our quarterly anthologies, so you get one every three months without having to reorder? We’ve got one answer for you: the Oneshi Press Patreon. … Continue readingThe Oneshi Press Patreon: Everything You Need to Know
Writers and sequential artists are invited to submit 8-page works that draw readers into richly developed worlds. The Press is also seeking submissions of visual art from fine artists, and guest art of Oneshi Press characters. … Continue readingOneshi Press Calls for Submissions, Seeks to Elevate Marginalized Voices
A week and a half after the launch of Oneshi Press Anthology #03 in limted-edition paperback, we’re launching the digital version of this collection of short comics in e-book from ComiXology! … Continue readingOneshi Press Anthology #03 Now on ComiXology!
Oneshi Press is releasing the third anthology of creator-owned, independent short comics on January 1, 2018! There will be a very limited number of first-edition trade paperback copies available, and we expect to sell out quickly. That’s why we’re inviting you to preorder your copy now from our store! … Continue readingPreorder Oneshi Press Anthology #03!