Potential Best Of British For 2020? Avery Hill Announce Their New Titles For The New Year

by Richard Bruton

Avery Hill Publishing is one of my favourite Brit publishers whose comics have featured heavily in my favourites over the last few years. And now we have an advance look at their line-up for 2020, featuring a great mix of familiar names and exciting new stars…

The line-up of six titles for 2020 features two creators we’ve already featured in our Best of British strand; Owen D. Pomery and Katriona Chapman. Pomery’s Victory Motel, like much of his work, was a wonderfully immersive, drifting, and thought-provoking thing, whilst Chapman’s Follow Me In was a wonderful thing combining memoir and travelogue. But alongside these two familiar names, there’s
And remember, Avery Hill are the publishers who first saw the huge potential in Tillie Walden’s work, publishing her first book, The End of Summer, in 2015. So when they come out with a list of names you might not know it’s always going to be worth taking a look as they’ve a knack of finding the next great thing. So, we have three very exciting potentially new names from the UK, with Kristensen coming from Ireland, and six new books to look forward to in 2020.
Here’s a little look through the covers for what we have to look forward to from the publisher in 2020…

Victory Point by Owen D. Pomery
@odpomery / owenpomery.com

What We Don’t Talk About by Charlot Kristensen
@zolwia / charlotkristensen.com

Zebedee and the Valentines by Abs Bailey
@barbawk / barbawk.com

The Impending Blindness of Billie Scott by Zoe Thorogood
@zoethorogood / zlthorogood.artstation.com

The Flood That Did Come by Patrick Wray
@patrickwray1 / patrickwray.com

Breakwater by Katriona Chapman
@katchapman / katrionachapman.com

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