CONUNDRUM PRESS Location: Greenwich Nova Scotia. Owner/Publisher/Editor: Andy Brown.
It was founded in 1996 by Andy Brown in Montréal as a literary publisher. Over time Brown shifted it publishing activities to graphics and by 2011 it was publishing graphic material only. In the same year he moved to Wolfville in Nova Scotia. Brown also expanded his line under the imprint BDANG to include English translations of the works of Québec creators.
Dave Collier found Andy Brown “unique in comics” in that unlike the publishers of Fantagraphics and Drawn and Quarterly Brown took an active role in editing the books he published.
Content & Cover:
Car., Jimmy Beaulieu.
- My neighbour’s bikini. Trans., Kerry Ann Cochrane. 2014.
- Suddenly Something Happened. Trans., Kerry Ann Cochrane. 2010.
Car., Temple Bates,
- Hermodities. 2011.
Car., David Collier.
- Collier’s Popular Press: David Collier’s 30 Years on the Newsstand. 2011.
- Collier’s Canadian Forces Artists Program Story Chimo. 2011.
- Morton: A Cross-Country Rail Journey. 2017.
Car., Philippe Girard.
- Killing Velazquez. Trans. Kerryann Cochrane. 2011
- Ruts & Gullies: Nine Days in Saint Petersburg. Trans. Kerryann Cochrane. 2010.
Car., Rebecca Kraatz.
- Snaps. 2011.
Car., David Lapp.
- Children of the Atom. 2010.
- Drop-in.. 2008.
Car., Julian Lawrence.
- The Adventures of Drippy The Newsboy: Drippy’s Mama.. 2015.
- The Adventures of Drippy The Newsboy: The Red Drip Of Courage. 2015.
Car., Joe Ollman
- Happy Stories About Well-Adjusted People. 2014.
- Science Fiction. 2013.
Car., Michel Rabagliati.
- Paul Joins the Scouts.. Trans., Helge Dascher. 2013.
Car., Zach Worton.
- Charley Butters: The Disappearance of….. 2015.
- Charley Butters: The Search for…. Conundrum Press, 2016.
- Charley Butters: The Curse Of…. Conundrum Press, 2018.
BOOK TEXT & GRAPHIC ANTHOLOGY:
BDQ: Essays & Interviews On Quebec Comics. Ed., Andy Brown. BDang/Conundrum, 2017.
Quill & Quire, May 2016: “Andy Brown celebrates 20 years of Conundrum Press.” Writ., Conan Tobias.
Comics Journal, 23 February 2018: “’Hopefully You Reach A Few People Here and There’: A David Collier Interview.” Interviewer, Alex Dueben.