Alan Moore, sanctified scribe of the Graphic Novel genre, has shown solidarity with the UK arm of the Occupy Protest movement (the same movement that co-opted the iconic Guy-Fawkes-mask from the author’s V for Vendetta to make their statement) by way of a recently released song titled “Decline of English Murder…”
-The Guardian(UK) reports… Alan Moore debut single released by Occupation Records
This is fitting (if unintended) timing on Moore’s part, considering this is the day of observance: Guy Fawkes Night, also known as Guy Fawkes Day, Bonfire Night and Firework Night… for the famous fall-guy for a plot to destroy the House of Lords.
Listen to Moore’s Occupy-inspired song here.
Welp… Election Day is upon us… and BuzzFeed offered a way to find out What Your Favorite Books and Authors say about your Politics…
We’ve got a better, less Facebook-preachy way for you to enrich your civic knowledge/engagement via the printed word: our new politics-display -special for Election week.
And in other election-week-related Book immersions – NPR recently posted: 6 Book Stories That’ll Cast The Election In New Light to offer new ways of looking at the story behind historical elections.
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