Category Archives: graphic novel

Reporting from TLA – Graphically Speaking: Graphic Novel Authors Enticing Readers

Hi! I just returned from the Texas Library Association’s Annual Conference in San Antonio. I presented on two topics (Top Tech Trends and Webinar Best Practices), moderated one panel, and ran away from one Cory Doctorow (hey, I’m nothing if … Continue reading

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The Multiple Selves of Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home

If you watched the Tony Awards last night, or have even perused arts blogs or news articles, you know that the musical Fun Home won Best Musical last night. And if you know your graphic novels, you’ll know that Fun … Continue reading

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Series I never finished (but should)

Thinking about what I’m going to read this summer, and thinking about series’ endings (which I will talk more about next post!), got me thinking about series that I wished I had finished. For whatever reason, I never finished these series, … Continue reading

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The Scott Pilgrim Generation

I’ll admit it – I saw the movie Scott Pilgrim vs. the World before I read the graphic novels. As a matter of fact, I *just* read the graphic novels (and yes, I binge-read them). I remember the movie coming … Continue reading

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