Xeric-Grant Funded “Seven Peaches” Sells Out

by Jeff

41FJGM4JZ7L._SL160_ Xeric-Grant Funded "Seven Peaches" Sells OutMedia Release — “Seven Peaches,” a collection of the first seven Desert Peach episodes that was funded by the Xeric Grant, has sold out.

The Xeric Foundation is a private, nonprofit corporation established by Peter A. Laird, co-creator of the “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” and “Planet Racers. The Foundation offers financial assistance to committed, self-publishing comic book creators and qualified charitable and nonprofit organizations.

Donna Barr’s work has repeatedly sold out print runs, including collections. To guarantee that her books stay in print without interruption — and to keep from being forced to re-process them for a print one — Donna is offering her work through her own company, A Fine Line Press, using new, more permanent technologies.

As a forward-thinking company, exploring new technologies, A Fine Line Press is committed to offering webcomic and print-on-demand versions of all past series by Donna Barr, including “The Desert Peach” and “Stinz,” as well as the on-going “Afterdead” and other, smaller series.

The first steps include the full Desert Peach collection, available now as a two-volume set at http://www.lulu.com/desertpeach

“The Desert Peach” is also running as a webcomic at http://www.desert-peach.com

The first issues of the print-on-demand reprint of “The Desert Peach” is being prepared for use with the print-on-demand company Ka-Blam.com, and its distribution arm Indyplanet.

The ISSN numbers for this new reprint are:
ISSN 1948-9269 (print)
ISSN 1948-9277 (online)

“(Donna’s) astonishing productivity puts most of her fellow comics creators to shame, particularly since she has never benefited by having the big-time comics publishers blowing wind into her sails. Donna has charted her own course and controlled her own creative destiny, and in the process she has provided inspiration and generous mentorship to others of us who would similarly like to avoid being shackled by presumed commercial ground rules.” Howard Cruse, “Stuck Rubber Baby,” “Wendal All Together.”

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