Ultimate Changeling Dreams; Reading Buffy
An odd and feral and comforting little book. Dated, but not in a bad way.
Ultimate Comics Spider-Man, vol. 1, by Brian Michael Bendis and Sara Pichelli
Charming! The new Spider Man has been so controversial that I wasn't quite sure what to expect - but I LOVE it. So will the boys we pass our comics on to, when said comics are not too grown-up.
Injecting Dreams into Cows, by Jessy Randall
I love Jessy's poems, funny AND witty ones, and I really enjoyed the range of this collection. Some old favorites I'd heard her read before, and some poems that outright startled me.
Buffy, Season 9, vol. 2: On Your Own, by Andrew Chambliss et al
This is shaping up well. It's a bit over-the-top - a bit too able to lose characters in ever more complicated plots - but still a great deal of fun.
Charlie Joe Jackson's Guide to NOT Reading, by Tommy Greenwald
This was a hoot! The main character's voice is natural, engrossing, and wry, and the secondary characters come across as more complex than the narrator's view of them (a fine trick).