Saturday, March 25, 2006

pile of reading

The Martians, a collection of short stories by Kim Stanley Robinson, his follow-up to the Mars trilogy

A Scanner Darkly, a novel by Philip K. Dick

Walden / Civil Disobedience by Thoreau

Of Men and Monsters, an exploration of the role of the serial killer in contemporary America by Richard Tithecott

The X-Men, a reprint of the first ten issues by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby

Choteau Creek, a "Sioux reminiscence" by Joseph Iron Eye Dudley

8 Men and a Duck, "an improbable voyage by reed boat to Easter Island" by Nick Thorpe

Bitter Fame: a life of Sylvia Plath by Anne Stevenson

The Collected Poems by Sylvia Plath

American Elf: the collected sketchbook diaries of James Kochalka, 1998-2003

The Best Spiritual Writing 1998, edited by Philip Zaleski

an issue of The New Yorker from March 2005


poetry notebook

I last listed my pile of reading about a month ago. You might note that there are books that are still in the pile. I've moved some pages forward in each but even with my new parttime schedule I'm not devoting a big chunk of my new time to reading. I'm a slow reader in any case. I like to hear the voice of the text.

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