It's off to work I go.
With nothing else to comment on I'll leave you with some links.
Jonathan Jones on the end of his ( art critics ) love affair with Damien Hirst. Spookily, the original article I read about this a week or so ago on the BBC website has disappeared.
Does the powerful tentacles of Hirst have the power to silence the BBC?
A survey once again reveals what we all already know, we lie about what books we read to impress people. Duh...
As usual, when the papers writes anything about comics they are several years too late - see the Independents article on Manga.
Speaking of comics, the lovely Paul Gravett sent me an email yesterday thanking me for my review of The Leather Nun & Other Incredibly Strange Comics, and telling me about a wonderful Comica event. Comica is a yearly comics festival in London, but one off events take place throughout the year under that name.
Coming up next year is Adrian Tomine's first UK appearance. Despite being on so far away in London, it's still rather tempting. Details on Paul Gravett's website here.
Anyway, I'm off to Oldham.