Thursday, July 27, 2017

Titles Read in 2005


Palimpsest: a memoir by Gore Vidal

Orbiter by Warren Ellis, writer; Colleen Doran, artist

Epitaph of a Small Winner by Machado de Assis, translated by William L. Grossman

American Splendor: Our Movie Year by Harvey Pekar and various artists

A Man on the Moon: the voyages of the Apollo astronauts by Andrew Chaikin

Boy-wives and Female Husbands: studies in African homosexualities edited by Stephen O. Murray and Will Roscoe

King Solomon’s Mines by H. Rider Haggard

New Blood edited by Neil Astley

Lunch Hour Comix by Robert K. Ullman

A Few Perfect Hours … and other stories from Southeast Asia and Central Europe by Josh Neufeld

Thank You and OK!: an American Zen failure in Japan by David Chadwick

Between the Palms: a collection of gay travel erotica edited by Michael T. Luongo

The New York Trilogy by Paul Auster

The Best American Poetry 2004 edited by Lyn Hejinian; series editor: David Lehman

February - July

Journey of the Pink Dolphins: an Amazon quest by Sy Montgomery

The Whole Shebang: a state-of-the-universe(s) report by Timothy Ferris

The War of the Worlds by H. G. Wells

The Island of Doctor Moreau by H. G. Wells

What Book!?: Buddha poems from beat to hiphop edited by Gary Gach

Kyle’s Bed and Breakfast by Greg Fox

Purgatorial by Dale Jensen

The True History of Chocolate by Sophie D. Coe and Michael D. Coe

Skeleton of a Bridge by Robert Mirabal

A Match to the Heart: one woman’s story of being struck by lightning by Gretel Ehrlich

Only the Lonely edited by Josh Frankel

In the Shadow of Man by Jane van Lawick-Goodall, photographs by Hugo van Lawick

The Scar Saloon by Sholeh Wolpe

Poetry vol. 181 no. 3, January 2003 - vol. 182 no. 6, September 2003; edited by Joseph Parisi

Poetry vol. 183 no. 1, October 2003 - vol. 183 no. 3, December 2003, edited by Christian Wiman

The Adventures of Jimmy Corrigan, the Smartest Kid on Earth by Chris Ware

Lonely Planet Unpacked edited by Janet Austin

Rio de Janeiro: Carnival Under Fire by Ruy Castro, translated by John Gledson

Diary of a Mosquito Abatement Man by John Porcellino

Too Old, Too Small, Maybe by Kirmen Uribe, et al; translations by Elizabeth Macklin

The Moons of Jupiter by Kristin Leutwyler-Ozelli

Akiko, vol. 4: The Story Tree by Mark Crilley

Finder: Sin-Eater, vol. 1 by Carla Speed McNeil

Finder: Sin-Eater, vol. 2 by Carla Speed McNeil

Red Mars by Kim Stanley Robinson

The Adventures of Sock Monkey by Tony Millionaire

International Bob by Terry La Ban

Esio Trot by Roald Dahl

Powers: Who Killed Retro Girl? by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oerning

A History of the Devil by Gerald Messadie, translated by Marc Romano

Embroideries by Marjane Satrapi, translated by Anjali Singh

Pulling Taffy by Matt Bernstein Sycamore (Mattilda)

Living Upstairs by Joseph Hansen

Epileptic by David B., translated by Kim Thompson

The Random House Book of Twentieth-Century French Poetry edited by Paul Auster

The Maltese Falcon by Dashiell Hammett

Ex Libris: confessions of a common reader by Anne Fadiman

Song from the Forest: my life among the Ba-Benjelle Pygmies by Louis Sarno

The Diaries of Franz Kafka, 1910 - 1913 by Franz Kafka, edited by Max Broad, translated by Joseph Kresh

Shutterbug Follies by Jason Little

The Most Important Thing and other stories by Graham Chaffee

Leviathan by Jens Harder

The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway

Hocus Pocus by Kurt Vonnegut

Dylan Dog: Zed by Tiziano Sclavi, writer; Bruno Brindisi, artist

August - September

The R. Crumb Handbook by R. Crumb and Peter Poplaski

Changing Ones: third and fourth genders in Native North America by Will Roscoe

Gorillas in the Mist by Dian Fossey

Fantasy and Science Fiction June 2000

Brooklyn Dreams by J. M. DeMatteis; art by Glenn Barr

The Bird’s Nest by Shirley Jackson

The Originals by Dave Gibbons

How Loathsome written by Tristan Crane and Ted Naifeh, art by Ted Naifeh

Born Free by Joy Adamson

Green Mars by Kim Stanley Robinson

Grickle by Graham Annable

October - December

Bayaka: the extraordinary music of the Babenzele Pygmies and sounds of their forest home book and CD, by Louis Sarno

American Splendor: Unsung Hero by Harvey Pekar, art by David Collier

The Man Who Tasted Shapes by Richard E. Cytowic

Kon-Tiki: across the Pacific by raft by Thor Heyerdahl

The Heart of the Sky: travels among the Maya by Peter Canby

Death on the Fourth of July: the story of a killing, a trial, and hate crime in America by David A. Neiwert

Dora, Doralina by Rachel de Queiroz, translated by Dorothy Scott Loos

Queer Beats: how the Beats turned America on to sex edited by Regina Marler

The Morning the Sun Went Down by Darryl Babe

Hicksville by Dylan Horricks

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