This Day in Blogging History: Harvey girls; Crooked Little Vein; Quantum dots

One year ago today

The Harvey Girls – 480 pages of comics featuring Little Audrey, Little Dot, and Little Lotta: All three fiercely independent girls had their very own comic books in the 1950s and 1960s.

Five years ago today

Crooked Little Vein: Warren Ellis's novel now in paperback: about what you'd expect from the Internet's most gonzo celebrant of the kinky, deviant, gross, hard-boiled and manic.

Ten years ago today

Wil McCarthy's Quantum Dot books: The Wellstone, a science fiction novel set in a world dressed in "Wellstone," a programmable matter built out of Quantum Wells.