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Featured are some of Atla's Favorite Editing Projects

An Eisner-nominated graphic novel duology set in 17th century Istanbul and 18th century England, about a carpet merchant's reconcilitation with faith, love and home in the aftermath of his death by a vampire.

Bree, a nerdy ambitious freshman, can’t wait to start college. Shunned in high school for her single-minded devotion to her studies, she looks forward to a place where brains trump social status. In her first week, she adjusts to college life but finds it hard to get along with her peers. After a fight with her roommate, she moves into an old house, only to find that it is haunted by the ghosts of five cute guys.

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Bree, a nerdy ambitious freshman, can’t wait to start college. Shunned in high school for her single-minded devotion to her studies, she looks forward to a place where brains trump social status. In her first week, she adjusts to college life but finds it hard to get along with her peers. After a fight with her roommate, she moves into an old house, only to find that it is haunted by the ghosts of five cute guys.

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“I want to be beautiful. I want to be interesting. I want to be enough.”

That was Ferra Brickminder’s prayer to win back the love of her life. And the gods answer—just not in the way she expected. After hoping for a miracle, Ferra instead watches her skin turn into delicate and dangerously breakable porcelain.

Elsewhere, Brigantine de la Girona, a disgraced orc pirate captain, has her own problems. Penniless and banished from her home, Brig struggles to make ends meet with her crew as her only support. So, when a desperate Ferra enlists Brig to sail her across the Great Sea to her ex-girlfriend’s home for a very handsome fee, Brig is happy to strike a deal.

Editing titles and creators, in order of appearance:

The Carpet Merchant of Konstantinyya by Reimena Ashel Yee.

The Pirate and the Porcelain Girl by Emily Riesbeck, NJ Barna & Lucas Gattoni

Fell Swoop by Pamela Kotila


Polterguys by Laurianne Uy
 

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