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Books I Read in 2021

The Reverend Dr. William J. Barber II, Liz Theoharis, Rick Lowery: Revive Us Again: Vision and Action in Moral Organizing, Responses by Nancy Petty, Al McSurely, Timothy Tyson, Karenna Gore, James Forbes, Jr.; Jodie Evans, Mary Kay Henry, Penda D. Hair, Katharine Rhodes Henderson, Yara Allen, Charmeine Fletcher (started in 2020)
Darren Shan: Cirque du Freak: Tunnels of Blood
Gene Luen Yang, Mariko Tamaki: New Super-Man vol. 3: Equilibrium
George Saunders: Tenth of December (started in 2020)
Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah: Friday Black (started in 2020)
Bohumil Hrabal: Mr. Kafka and Other Tales from the Time of the Cult, translated by Paul Wilson
Walker Percy: The Moviegoer, afterword by Paul Elie
Unknown, (possibly Ed “France” Herron, among others), illustrated by Manuel “Mac” Raboy, Al Carreno, C. C. Beck, Marc Swayze: The Shazam! Family Archives Volume 1, foreword by P.C. Hamerlinck
Rainbow Rowell:  Runaways vol. 5: Canon Fodder
Saladin Ahmed: Ms. Marvel vol. 2: Stormranger
Neil Sinyard, Paul Ryan, Lindsay Anderson: This Sporting Life (Criterion Collection booklet)
Mark Waid, Jeremy Whitley: Champions vol. 3: Champion for a Day


Currently reading:

L. Frank Baum: The Art of Decorating Dry Goods Windows and Interiors
Resmaa Menakem: My Grandmother’s Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Mending of Our Bodies and Hearts
Bill Everett, Carl Burgos, Ray Gill, Steve Dahlman, Paul Gustavson: Golden Age Marvel Comics vol. 5, introduction by Roy Thomas
Otto Binder, Jerry Siegel, Bill Finger, Jerry Coleman: Superman: The Man of Tomorrow Archives volume 3, foreword by Tom Peyer and Mark Waid
Imelda Octavia Shanklin: What Are You?

Plan to read next:

Iris Murdoch: A Severed Head
Carl Burgos, Bill Everett: Golden Age Human Torch vol. 1
William Shakespeare: Troilus and Cressida, edited by David Bevington Revised Edition [The Arden Shakespeare: Third Series]
Christopher Marlowe: Tamburlaine: Parts One and Two, edited by Anthony B. Dawson [New Mermaids]


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