Saturday, July 08, 2017

Titles Read in 1989


Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance by Robert M. Pirsig

The Mysteries of Pittsburgh by Michael Chabon

Green Fuse vol. 9

Sonoma Mandala 1988 the Sonoma State University literary annual

OUT/LOOK: The National Lesbian and Gay Quarterly Fall 1988

X-Factor #39, by Chris Claremont

Arrowsmith by Sinclair Lewis

Black Mondays: worst decisions of the Supreme Court by Joel D. Joseph

Our Time Has Come: a delegate’s diary of Jesse Jackson’s 1984 presidential campaign by Lucius J. Barker

A Handful of Dust by Evelyn Waugh

We Are Your Sons: the legacy of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg by Robert and Michael Meeropol


The Monkey Wrench Gang by Edward Abbey

An Almost Perfect Person a play by Judith Ross

On Golden Pond a play by Ernest Thompson

Discos and Democracy: China in the throes of reform by Orville Schell

A World Treasury of Oral Poetry edited by Ruth Finnegan


Good Night, Willie Lee, I’ll See You in the Morning by Alice Walker

Necessities by Richard Speakes

Hannah’s Travel by Richard Speakes

The Answering Voice: one hundred love lyrics by women edited by Sara Teasdale

Other Men’s Flowers edited by A. P. Wavell

Invitation to an Inquest by Walter and Miriam Schneir

Bent a play by Martin Sherman

A Walk in the Woods a play by Lee Blessing


Breaking the Code a play by Hugh Whitemore

Elquest: Siege at Blue Mountain by Wendy and Richard Pini

Haiku Poetry vol. 1, by James Hackett

New Directions 52 edited by James Laughlin

Loon #10/11. The Japan Issue. edited by D. L. Emblen, Richard Speakes, Richard Welin

The Hand That Cradles the Rock by Rita Mae Brown

May - September

Zuni Fairy Tales by Frank Hamilton Cushing

Deaf in America: voices from a culture by Carol Padden and Tom Humphries

Legends, Lies, and Cherished Myths of American History by Richard Shenkman

Liberty Under Siege: American politics, 1976 - 1988 by Walter Karp

Ground Zero by Andrew Holleran

Selected Poems by William Carlos Williams

Nature of Australia by John Vandenbeld

Blue Unicorn October 1988

Antioch Review Winter 1989

Paper Boy by David Huddle

Our Ground Time Here Will Be Brief: new and selected poems by Maxine Kumin

The Acrobat Is Nervous What If They Want Her to Sing: Mendocino County poets-in-the-Schools

Tracks in the Widest Orbit by James H. Montrose

Children of War by Roger Rosenblatt

Where the Spirits Dwell: an odyssey in the jungle of New Guinea by Tobias Schneebaum

Rich Rewards by Alice Adams

Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Dogsong by Gary Paulsen

The Dreadful Future of Blossom Culp by Richard Peck

The Red Pony by John Steinbeck

The Hoboken Chicken Emergency by D. Manus Pinkwater

Where You’ll Find Me stories by Ann Beattie

Another Country by James Baldwin

Forced Entries: the downtown diaries, 1971 - 1973 by Jim Carroll

The Yellow Wind by David Grossman

Guns Don’t Die — People Do by Pete Shields

Daughters of the Country: the women of the fur traders and mountain men by Walter O’Meara

Vampires, Burial, and Death: folklore and reality by Paul Barber

Tell Me How Long the Train’s Been Gone by James Baldwin

Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson

First Leaves 1989, the SRJC literary annual, edited by Richard Speakes, Glenn Ingersoll, et al

The Male Muse: a gay anthology edited by Ian Young

And Still I Rise by Maya Angelou

Poetry May, June, and July 1989

Paris Review #112, Fall 1989

Personae non Gratae by Paul Mariah

This Light Will Spread: selected poems, 1960 - 1975 by Paul Mariah

October - December

The Zombie Pit stories by Sam D’Allesandro

The Indispensable Writer’s Guide: how to succesfully build your writing career for maximum financial reward and satisfaction by Scott Edelstein

Love Stories for the Time Being edited by Genie D. Chipps and Bill Henderson

On Bended Knee: the press and the Regan presidency by Mark Hertsgaard

Soul in Exile: lives of a Palestinian revolutionary by Fawav Turki

Nothing to Declare: memoirs of a woman travelling alone by Mary Morris

The Enchanted Castle by E. Nesbit

Traveling Through the Dark by William Stafford

Poems, 1946 - 1983 by Werner Aspenstrom, translations by Don Emblen

The Stone no. 14, 1985, edited by Rich Jorgensen

Through the Forest: new and selected poems by David Wagoner

Selected Poems by Frank O’Hara

Selected Poems by Louis Simpson

The New Yorker October 23, 1989

Compulsive Killers: the story of multiple murder by Elliott Leyton

Selected Poems, 1928 - 1958 by Stanley Kunitz

Headlands Rising by Robert Krieger

An Experiment in Criticism by C. S. Lewis

Poetry September 1989

Green Fuse vol. 11, 1989

Loon #6, June 1976

The Red Book edited by Gerrye Payne

The Music of What Happens: poems that tell stories edited by Paul B. Janeczko

Selected Poems by Mark Strand

The Complete Poems, 1927 - 1979 by Elizabeth Bishop

The Poet’s Story edited by Howard Moss

Sudden Fiction: American short short stories edited by Robert Shapard and James Thomas

Antioch Review Summer 1989

The Haiku Anthology edited by Cor Van den Heuvel

Merchants of Death: the American tobacco industry by Larry C. White

[corrections made 12 July 2017]

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