ComixTribe Publisher Tyler James a Guest at Granite State Comicon

| June 5, 2012 | 0 Comments

This year Tyler James, ComixTribe Publisher, will be attending The Granite State Comicon,  one of New England’s premiere comic book conventions. Bringing you the very best in comics, games and collectible the convention takes place SUNDAY JUNE 10, 2012.

Where: 700 Elm Street, Radisson Center – Manchester, NH (Directions)
When: SUNDAY JUNE 10, 2012, 10 am – 6pm

What to check out:

11am-12pm How to SCAM Your Way onto the Comic Shelves: The Micro-Distribution Strategies of a Hungry Young Publisher”  a ComixTribe panel with Tyler James

                      Using examples from Joe Mulvey’s successful launch of SCAM the panel will discuss important topics such as why indie and small-press creators should work with retailers, some prerequisites before reaching out to begin distribution, what makes a retailer want to carry your book, the limitations and approaches to building a micro-distribution network and making the leap from micro to world-wide direct market distribution.

In case that isn’t enough Tyler James will be on hand selling copies of limited edition versions of SCAM, THE RED TEN and more!

For more on The Granite Comicon:

GraniteCon on Twitter
GraniteCon on Facebook

And of course if you need more information you can contact The Granite Comicon at

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