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GMC Distribution Signs New Client Publishers

By Emily Peagram 17 May 2020

GMC Distribution has announced the signing of three new client publishers: Impact, Interweave & North Light Books, to their portfolio (these are new imprints of Penguin Random House). As of this month a wide range of Impact, Interweave & North Light Books’ titles will be available to all UK customers and non-exclusively in Europe. Their books cover a range of genres focussed in the arts and crafts.

Impact is the publisher for learning how to draw manga, draw comics, draw fantasy, cartoons and all pop culture art. Fans can learn manga drawing tips that will help their characters pop off the page, and create detailed fantasy scenes and monstrous dragons with this wide selection of art books. Interweave is a well-known art and craft book publisher and their stated goal is to celebrate diversity and create equal opportunities for all crafters. They are committed to creating content that represents a variety of backgrounds, inclusive yarn pattern sizes, diverse range of experiences and skill levels. North Light Books publish a great list of art books and provide readers with the skills they need to create the art they love. Whether it’s improving their painting and drawing skills or giving step-by-step techniques for beginning and experienced artists there is something for everyone in all media, from acrylic to watercolour and everything in between.

GMC’s sales director Michael Robb said: “We are very delighted to welcome Impact, Interweave & North Light Books to the fold and we look forward to introducing our customers to their strong range of contemporary titles. These new lists significantly increase the range and depth of our Art and Craft Books offer to our customers and make us the one-stop-shop for the best Art & Craft books!”

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