Regular visitors to the Discussion papers page of the Dewey web site will know that we've been thinking for a while now about how to handle graphic novels at 741.5 Cartoons, caricactures, comics, graphic novels, fotonovelas. In our most recent paper, we proposed to divide 741.5 material into two categories: (A) graphic works with narratives longer than jokes or anecdotes, and (B) graphic works with no narrative or extremely short narratives. We received mixed responses to this proposal, and (as we report in an update) are now leaning toward our original idea, which is to treat everything -- from single-frame caricatures to three-frame newspaper comic strips to comic books to graphic novels -- all in the same way. But we're still very much open to comments and suggestions. Do you think we should divide 741.5 by type of material? And, if so, how? Another issue is whether 741.59 Collections should be subarranged by country of original publication. We've posted some of the responses to our proposals on the discussion page (here and here), and invite you to take a look and let us know what you think via this blog. We'd like to receive all comments by August 19, 2005, so that we can make our decisions shortly after then.