Leigh Stein has written a novel (The Fallback Plan), a volume of poetry (Dispatch from the Future) and now she’s written a memoir. Land of Enchantment is the story of her relationship with Jason. Her first relationships and her first love, the two moved to New Mexico for a romantic adventure, which quickly became something more violent. Years later, having seen Jason just a
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People took notice of Bryan Lee O’Malley with his earliest comics work, as artist on “Hopeless Savages: Ground Zero” and his graphic novel “Lost at Sea,” but it was his Scott Pilgrim series that established his reputation as one of the best cartoonists of his generation. The six book series was a bestselling phenomenon–inside and outside of the comics world–and was turned
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kiley:
@leviathan it's you
leviathan:
I totally bought everything Snot girl at SDCC this year! This is awesome!

Ryan North might be best known for the weekly comic "Dinosaur Comics." North also wrote the “Adventure Time” comic book series for years, “The Midas Flesh” miniseries and wrote the novel “To Be Or Not To Be.” This fall he takes over writing “Jughead” at Archie Comics.

This month two books he wrote come out. One is his new novel,"Romeo and/or Juliet," which
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Today, June 1, marks the release of Hellboy in Hell #10. For those who don’t know, the comic marks what Mike Mignola has said is his last Hellboy in Hell comic. The character will continue in the series “Hellboy and the BPRD” which is set in the 1950’s and written by Chris Roberson and Mignola, but Mignola wanted to bring the saga of
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jaws318:
Such a great series.
zara:
Great interview!!

Most people likely know Charlie Jane Anders as the editor of io9, the great science fiction, science, fantasy, futurism and technology blog. From this point forward, though, she might be best known as the author of the terrific new novel “All the Birds in the Sky.” This novel isn’t Anders first work of fiction. She’s a prolific short story writer and won a
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nebula:
Thanks for sharing! That's been on my to-read list for a while, I really need to get on it :)
skullfuckery:
It seems like a great book! I'm adding it to my "to read" list right now. Thanks for the suggestion. 

Neil Strauss was a successful, accomplished journalist when his book "The Game" was published in 2005. The book detailed Strauss’ exploration into a group of pickup artists, and the events depicted in the book changed his life, but so did the response to the book. "The Game" began a cultural touchstone and is still being felt to this day. Since then he’s written a
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jimlinsa:
I like that people can't categorize it.
quotesick:
Will have to put this on my list!
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Ed Piskor has been working in comics for the past decade, collaborating with Harvey Pekar on books like "Macedonia" and "The Beats" and then his own book, "Wizzywig." He is best known however for his current project, "Hip Hop Family Tree."

Piskor has been serializing "Hip Hop Family Tree" on boingboing for a few years now and Fantagraphics has been publishing the series in hardcover
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mutantbaby1:
Kool Herc is the MAN! These kids these days need to read this comic so they can know the roots of where hip-hop came from. The stuff that passes for hip-hop these days is GARBAGE IMO.
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Scott Snyder first spoke to Suicidegirls back in 2010. At the time he was a short story writer about to launch his first comic series, American Vampire, from DC’s Vertigo imprint with the help of his friend Stephen King. Since then he’s become one of the prominent writers in comics and one of the primary creators at DC Comics. In recent years he
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Benjamin Percy earned a lot of acclaim for a series of books including the short story collections like "Refresh, Refresh" and novels like "The Wilding," but it was with his 2013 novel "Red Moon" that he became a bestselling writer. The book is a werewolf story, but it’s a story about politics, a story about people living with war and a moving and powerful
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slinky:
I enjoyed reading this. Makes me want to pick up this book and start reading.
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You know who Chuck Palahniuk is. The novelist and journalist remains perhaps best known as the author of "Fight Club," the bestselling novel that was made into a critically acclaimed cult film in 1999, but Palahniuk has written more than a dozen novels including "Choke," "Diary," "Haunted" and "Invisible Monsters." He has a short story collection, "Make Something Up: Stories You Can't Unread" which
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prettyneurotic:
Love his work! Can't wait to read these. 
hilo:
everybody need to read this interview