Arsenal Pulp PressPublishers
Arsenal Pulp Press is a book publisher in Vancouver, Canada, born as Pulp Press in 1971. We have over 300 titles currently in print, which includes a range of subjects such as literary fiction and nonfiction; YA, children’s books, gender studies; LGBTQ fiction and non-fiction and graphic novels. In recent years, we have begun publishing more graphic novels mainly in translation from Europe.
Highlights include, Becoming Unbecoming by Una and Such a Lovely Little War by Marcelino Truong both named to the New York Times Book Review 10 best graphic novels of 2016. We are also very proud to have published LGBTQ graphics The Case of Allan Turing by Eric Liberge and Arnaud Delalande, Blue is the Warmest Color by Julie Maroh as well as David Wong’s story of Chinese immigration to North America, Escape to Gold Mountain. Gord Hill’s first nations classic The 500 Years of Resistance Comic Book is one of our best selling graphic works. We are currently looking for more new Canadian author graphic novels.
With a staff of five, located in Vancouver’s Chinatown, we publish between 15 and 20 new titles per year, 2 to 4 of which are graphic novels, as well as an average of 12 to 15 reprints; our books are distributed in Canada, the US, Great Britain, Australia, and English-speaking Europe, and translations of our books have appeared in China, Japan, Taiwan, South Korea, France, Spain, Italy, German, Turkey, and Brazil.