|About me:||Hey, I'm Rae. I'm a commission artist, aspiring indie comic author/illustrator, and animal obsessed wacko. If you can't tell, I'm a big nerd. I hoarde books. I have pretty eclectic (and sometimes weird) tastes. I love "indie" and obscure comics and graphic memoirs, reading up on varied animal species, anthropology and anatomy (esp. comparative anatomy), survival guides, crafting books and other random crap, lol.|
|Reading Interests:||sci-fi/fantasy, dramedy, suspense/thriller, lgbt romance, lgbt issues, bizarre food, ethnic food, cook books, diy, crafts, monsters, zombies, ancient egypt/mummies, halloween, insects, birds, primates, rodents, deep-sea fish/invertebrates, etc.|
|butt-bringer's Book Lists|
|Books I Love!! (21 titles)
These are some sweet reads. Fascinating stuff. :3
|Misery loves comedy |
by Brunetti, Ivan.
I find his earlier work to be much funnier because it is so much more shocking and sick. Toward the middle of the book I was already sick of it all (and I even found myself becoming depressed). The end of the book was a relief, because you find that Ivan is in a much better place emotionally and mentally, but I felt like the humor was really lacking... Maybe I'm just a sick puppy? XP posted Aug 27, 2010 at 3:07AM
|Inside Vineyland |
by Weinstein, Lauren R.
Dude, this is one of the funniest books I've ever read. This book needs more recognition. It's bizarre, twisted and a lot like hanging with a group of friends while you laugh at inside jokes. posted Aug 27, 2010 at 3:04AM
|Be a nose! : three sketchbooks |
by Spiegelman, Art.
I felt like I found this forgotten on a park bench in Uptown. It was like a wonderful and funny surprise. And I'm a real sucker for personal sketch diaries. :3 posted Aug 27, 2010 at 3:02AM
|Scary stories to tell in the dark |
by Schwartz, Alvin, 1927-
These books were the source of so much childhood anxiety for me. I remember having panic attacks at the very mention of "Scary Stories". Steven Gammell is an amazing artist and has inspired lots of my own artwork. I'm very proud that he is one of MN's own local artists! :3 posted Aug 27, 2010 at 3:01AM
by Palahniuk, Chuck.
Literally one of the coolest books I've ever read. I wish the images in my mind while reading this book could be put on film for me share with other people. This book inspires so much artistic excitement in me that it hurts! XD posted Aug 27, 2010 at 2:59AM
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