Thursday, February 01, 2018

Read in January 2018

I started another Book-A-Day run this year, so below there should be at least thirty-one books, or else my plans are in deep trouble. There also should be links to about twenty-five of them, or ditto. So let's see where I am as the month ends....

Tom Gauld, Baking With Kafka (1/2)

Richard Sala, The Bloody Cardinal (1/3)

Ben Blatt, Nabokov's Favorite Word Is Mauve (1/3)

Michel Choquette, editor, The Someday Funnies (1/5)

Frank Thorne, The Complete Iron Devil (1/6)

Rick Geary, The Secret Room at the White House (1/7)

Velhmann and Kerascoet, Satania (1/8)

Peter Bagge, Fire!! (1/9)

Mawil, Home and Away (1/10)

Randall Munroe, Thing Explainer (1/11)

Chris Achilleos, Amazona (1/11)

Roger Langridge, Fred the Clown in "The Iron Duchess" (1/12)

Cyril Pedrosa, Equinoxes (1/13)

James Vance and Dan E. Burr, On the Ropes (1/14)

Jonathan Barli, Vip: The Mad World of Virgil Partch (1/14)

Steven Brust, Vallista (1/15)

Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky, Sex Criminals, Vol. 4: Fourgy! (1/16)

Jeff Lemire, Royal City, Vol. 1: Next of Kin (1/17)

Kevin Underhill, The Emergency Sasquatch Ordinance (1/17)

Mimi Pond, The Customer Is Always Wrong (1/18)

Sarah Glidden, Rolling Blackouts (1/19)

Teri S. Wood, Wandering Star (1/20)

Stephen J. Sansweet and Peter Vilmur, The Star Wars Poster Book (1/20)

Mike Mignola and Warwick Johnson-Cadwell, Mr. Higgins Comes Home (1/21)

Michel Rabagliati, Paul Has a Summer Job (1/22)

Colleen Frakes, Prison Island (1/23)

Catel and Veronique Grisseaux, Bluesy Lucy (1/24)

Lawrence Block, The Girl With the Deep Blue Eyes (1/24)

Makoto Shinkai and Yukiko Seike, 5 Centimenters per Second (1/25)

Greg Rucka and Matthew Southworth, Stumptown, Vol. 1: The Case of the Girl Who Took Her Shampoo (But Left Her Mini) (1/26)

Jennifer Hayden, Underwire (1/27)

Scott Rubin, Sean Crespo, and Mason Brown, editors, National Lampoon's Big Book of Love (1/27)

Svetlana Chmakova, Brave (1/28)

Shannon Wheeler, Sh*t My President Says (1/29)

Nico Tanigawa, No Matter How I Look at It, It's You Guys' Fault I'm Not Popular!, Vol. 8 (1/30)

Nico Tanigawa, No Matter How I Look at It, It's You Guys' Fault I'm Not Popular!, Vol. 9 (1/31)

J.M. Coetzee, Waiting for the Barbarians (1/31)

...and that was thirty-seven books for the month, which is a great start for Book-A-Day. From here on, there are two possible problems: laziness and running out of books I can read quickly. Let's see which hits first!

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