Like any business making personal connections helps. A way to make that connection is to start local and offer a free, or relatively cheap program. Consider getting your authors or artists to give how to draw or write programs to teens. Present programing about graphic novels at Library conferences, there are usually national and state conferences where you can get a vendor table, or apply to be a presenter.
Finally, ask your regular readers to request their local library carry their favorite title. The winning combination is make great graphic novels and get them in front of librarians or patrons who will request them.
I was wondering if you had any suggestions as to how a small comic company could get its graphic novels into a public library?]]>
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