Law and Conversation

December 21, 2010

Read This: Comics and the Law

Filed under: Books and writing,Law,Read This! — Helen Gunnarsson @ 10:01 am
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Comics and graphic novel fans, hie yourselves over to Law and the Multiverse NOW!!   Especially if you also happen to be attorneys!  As The New York Times reports today, two lawyers have just started up this intriguing blog focusing on comics and the law.  They’re tweeting, too, so go follow them on Twitter, as I just did!

In the meantime, I’ll be making good on my promise to RedHead (the Little Red Reviewer) to read “The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay” by December 31.  She completed her end of the deal a few weeks ago by reading Art Spiegelman’s “Maus.”  I’m also looking back on the reading and writing I’ve done this year and forward to my goals for next year, which include reading and writing even more than I have in 2010 and focusing even more on storytelling.

How about you?  What stands out to you from your own reading or writing in 2010?  What do you hope to accomplish in 2011, and what role are stories playing in your life?

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4 Comments »

  1. I can’t wait to hear what you think of the Chabon! it’s so good, I can’t wait to read it again!

    Comment by Redhead — December 21, 2010 @ 10:18 am | Reply

  2. Goal is to make reading books like exercise and actually dedicate time on a daily basis. Right now the love of my life for 2010 would be Claudia Fleming’s out of print The Last Course. It’s a truly magnificent recipe book.

    Comment by Ava — December 21, 2010 @ 11:41 am | Reply

  3. Redhead, I’ll report back on Chabon in January. Ava, I need to reverse your goal for myself: make exercise like reading books, daily! Thanks for calling my attention to Fleming’s book. No reason for it or any other book to go out of print ever again with e-readers!

    Comment by Helen Gunnarsson — December 23, 2010 @ 2:35 pm | Reply

  4. […] Earlier this week I mentioned looking back over what I’ve read in 2010 and considering what goals to set in 2011.  […]

    Pingback by Three for 2011 « Law and Conversation — December 23, 2010 @ 2:36 pm | Reply


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