As soon as I finished reading Poorcraft, Spike Trotman and Diana Nock's comic book guide to living well on a tight budget, I knew I would be getting a copy for my sister. And her boyfriend, who's planning a move to a more expensive city. And my partner's sister, a young actress who's about to graduate from college. Oh, and maybe I'll keep a couple on hand to dole out as graduation gifts or gentle nudges for younger folks who need to get their financial acts together. In fact, I anticipate purchasing enough copies of Poorcraft that I'll probably need to start following the book's advice a bit more closely.