Pocket Books to distribute Kitchen Sink's `Crow'

June 1994
Publishers Weekly;6/6/1994, Vol. 241 Issue 23, p19
Trade Publication
Announces the licensing agreement between comics publisher Kitchen Sink Press and Pocket Books for trade distribution for the trade paperback edition of James O'Barr's novel `Crow,'. Acquisition of Kitchen Sink by Ocean Capital Corp.; Success of the graphic novel; Negotiation of foreign sales by Pocket Books.


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