Yet the former is what I have been mulling the past few days. A big problem I have with this space is that I don't really know what it is here for. I occasionally post reviews of books I read or films I see, but those reviews vary not only in quality but in substance as well. There seems to be no unifying theme, save me, and while the readers here are all people I know from elsewhere so no problem is immediately apparent, no one drops in here via Google and sticks around because they have no relationship with me and no attachment therefore to the content.
So my goal in the next month is twofold: one, revise and submit my thesis to the graduate college; and two, decide what, if anything, I want to continue to do with this space. It needs to be about something, or what's the point?
Last month I finished only 12 books/graphic novels/plays:
- Swamp Thing: Reunion by Alan Moore, et al.
- The Walking Dead: Safety Behind Bars by Robert Kirkland & Charlie Adlard
- The Great Movies by Roger Ebert
- The Last Generation by Andrew Steven Harris & Gordon Purcell
- Nocturnes by Kazuo Ishiguro
- Troublesome Minds by Dave Galanter
- Omega the Unknown by Jonathan Lethem & Farel Dalrymple
- Final Crisis by Grant Morrison & J.G. Jones
- Fables: The Dark Ages by Bill Willingham, et al.
- God of Carnage by Yasmina Reza
- Batman: Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader? by Neil Gaiman & Andy Kubert
- Reasons to be Pretty by Neil LaBute