On my Kobo...The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. April read it during her trip to China. Now I'm reading it. The sales do not lie. It's a very exciting, entertaining novel.

Audible... Supergods: What Masked Vigilantes, Miraculous Mutants, and a Sun God from Smallville Can Teach Us About Being Human by Grant Morrison (click here). Morrison is not only an incredible comic book writer, but he's also an incredible writer about comic books. His exploration of the superhero genre is profound and intimate.

Comic book... Infinite Kung Fu by Kagan McLeod. Fun, epic, and awesome. I'm dragging my feet towards the end, because I don't want to put it back on the shelf. Someone please borrow this book from me, so I can share it.

Print... "The Cheap Bastard's Ultimate Guide to Eating like a Total Cheap Bastard in Dallas" by Alice Laussade (Dallas Observer). You need to read the print-version of this story. For some reason, which is beyond me, the Dallas Observer cut the introduction from their online-version. Why?! Thus, I'm not sharing the link. Sorry. So, citizens of Dallas and surrounding areas, look for an Observer. We need more of this goodness.

Online... "Nobody Says I Love You Anymore" by Sarah Hepola (click here). This story is required reading for anyone who wants to write about his or her city, be it Dallas or somewhere else. The themes transcend. And Sarah is a damn good writer. I'll read anything she puts together.

Other... The Rumpus: Letters In The Mail (click here). I'm proud of my subscription. For $5 a month, I get a letter every week. Now there's always something interesting for me to read in my P.O. box.