Summer Fun

Posted on April 20, 2010


Aside from the fairly huge stack of manuscripts I’ve got to read for Quale in May and June, my pile of books to read for fun is growing. Here’s where it stands now:

Interference & Other Stories, Richard Hoffman
Rants & Raves, Peter Johnson
Remnants of Hannah, Dara Wier
Publishing for Profit: Bottom-Line Management for Book Publishers, Thomas Woll (new edition)
Transcendental Studies: A Trilogy, Keith Waldrop
Smelling Mary, Heller Levinson
Underground National, Sueyeun Juliette Lee
Boris by the Sea, Matvei Yankelevich
Why Translation Matters, Edith Grossman
Eleutheria, Samuel Beckett
A Very Good Year: The Journey of a Calfornia Wine from Vine to Table, Mike Weiss
Syntactic Structures, Noam Chomsky
A Hacker Manifesto, McKenzie Wark
The Gift, Lewis Hyde
Digital Barbarism, Mark Helprin (if I can stomach it)
True Enough: Learning to Live in a Post-Fact Society, Farhad Manjoo