Saturday, October 02, 2021

Books Read: September 2021

Another month is over, and these are the books I read. I've already written about all but the last one (I'm planning to do that tomorrow), but those posts are arrayed, off into the future, to provide a regular flow of content here.

(I do content marketing these days, so it's all about consistent, continuous flows of relatable content. Very industrial, very predictable.)

Herge, The Adventures of Tintin, Vol. 7 (9/1)

Natalie Nourigat, I Moved to Los Angeles to Work in Animation (digital, 9/2)

Sean Stewart, Perfect Circle (9/3)

Cyril Pedrosa, Portugal (digital, 9/3)

Georgia Webber, Dumb (digital, 9/4)

Katie Skelly, My Pretty Vampire (digital, 9/5)

Sarah Andersen, Adulthood Is a Myth (digital, 9/6)

Annie Goetzinger, Girl in Dior (digital, 9/11)

Sarah Andersen, Fangs (9/12)

Ryan North, Derek Charm, and Rico Renzi, The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Vol. 11: Call Your Squirrelfriend (9/18)

Lawrence Block, Afterthoughts, Version 2.0 (9/18)

Jeff Lemire and Dean Ormston, Black Hammer: Age of Doom, Part 1 (9/19)

Christopher MacGuire, editor, The Collected Poems of William Carlos Williams, Volume II: 1939-1962 (9/21)

Matt Fraction, Steve Lieber, and Nathan Fairbairn, Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen: Who Killed Jimmy Olsen? (9/26)

Links will follow: if history is any guide, most of them will get updated one month from now, when I do the similar post for October. Until then: happy reading.

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