Monday, July 03, 2006

pile of reading

Tropical Truth: a story of music & revolution in Brazil, by Caetano Veloso

Eyes of Desire: a Deaf Gay & Lesbian Reader, edited by Raymond Luczak

Long Walk to Freedom, the autobiography of Nelson Mandela

The Pastures of Heaven, by John Steinbeck

X-Men, vol 3: nos 22-31, by Roy Thomas & Werner Roth

The New Yorker, the Debut Fiction issue from June ’05

Swann’s Way, by Marcel Proust, C.K. Scott Moncrieff translation

Poems for the Millennium, vol 2: From Postwar to Millennium, edited by Jerome Rothenberg and Pierre Joris

The Collected Poems, Sylvia Plath

924 Gilman, compiled by Brian Edge

Kona Village Resort: a Village is a Family, an historical account published by the resort, although no author is credited, “We would like to acknowledge Lani, our Kona Village historian, who worked so tirelessly on this book …”

Liaison, by Joyce Wadler

Parthenon West Review, issue 3, Fall 2003

Snapshots: 20th Century Mother-Daughter Fiction, edited by Joyce Carol Oates & Janet Berliner

The Company of Animals: a naturalist’s adventures in the jungle of Malaya, by Ronald McKie


David Lee Ingersoll said...

People of the Black Circle by Robert E. Howard

Still Life by E.E. Horlak (Sheri S. Tepper)

A Beast the Color of Winter by
Douglas H. Chadwick

The Wind's Twelve Quarters by Ursula K. LeGuin

Strange Sects and Curious Cults by Marcus Bach

Women, Sex and Rock'n'Roll by Liz Evans

The Rituals of Dinner by Margaret Visser

Grimscribe by Thomas Ligotti

Dr. D. Travers Scott, Clemson University said...

I was happy to recently rediscovered Eyes of Desire in some boxes we just got out of storage -- glad to see it again, I remember there being some good stuff in there. Also btw there's a Deaf-gay culture article in the current issue of Instigator...