“The Citizen Kane Crash Course in Cinematography”
Here's an oddity: it's subtitled "A wildly fictional account of how Orson Welles learned everthing about the Art of Cinematography in half an hour. Or was it a weekend?" Ostensibly a book about learning cinematography, the blurb says :"...this graphic textbook deftly merges a fictionalized account of an Orson Welles and Gregg Toland brainstorming weekend in hollywod with the ABCs of cinematography...if it didn't happen this way, it should have." The book was published Sept 1st.
Also of tardy note: The April 2008 issue of Sight and Sound (perhaps you can find it at your local library) has a very nicely written review of 3 books on Welles: the Berthome and Thomas, the Rosenbaum and the Tonguette. The review was written by another author of yet another Welles book, Ben Walters.