Berkley/NAL Launches InkLit Graphic Novel Imprint
Penguin's Berkley/NAL division is launching InkLit, a graphic novel imprint that will publish both original novels and series as well as adaptations of previously published works.
InkLit launches October 2 with Alpha and Omega: Volume 1 by Patricia Briggs with artwork by Todd Herman, an adaptation of Cry Wolf (Ace 2008), the first book in the Alpha and Omega series. Volume 2 appears next year.
Next year's list includes two graphic novels by Charlaine Harris, an adaptation of Grave Sight, and Cemetery Girl, an original title and beginning of a trilogy; two titles by Laurell K. Hamilton, The Lunatic Café, an adaptation of part of the Anita Blake series, and an original title; an adaptation of Martin Misunderstood by Karin Slaughter; and an original title, Starling, from Sage Stossel.
InkLit will be directed by Rich Johnson, who co-founded Yen press and held senior positions at DC Comics.