Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Reading Envy 011: People of the Book

On this episode, we bring back Bryan Alexander from Episode 002, to have a discussion about reading.  Rather than pick two books each, we just let books come up along the way, and that list is below!  While you're here, why don't you share with us how and why you read, either in the comments here or by tweeting to @readingenvy.

We mentioned Twitter, and you can find each of us there.
Bryan Alexander
Jenny Colvin
Scott D. Danielson

The many books we mentioned today!




 

Dolphin Island by Arthur C. Clarke
Speedboat by Renata Adler
Going, Going, Gone by Jack Womack
Let's Put the Future Behind Us by Jack Womack
This is the Way the World Ends by James K. Morrow
Towing Jehovah by James K. Morrow
City of Truth by James K. Morrow
Gravity’s Rainbow by Thomas Pynchon
The Bible
Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace
The Shining by Stephen King
The Ice Queen by Alice Hoffman
The Road to Dune by Frank Herbert and Brian Herbert
Life Itself by Roger Ebert
Book of the New Sun (series) by Gene Wolfe
Castle of the Otter by Gene Wolfe
Ghost in the Wires: My Adventures as the World's Most Wanted Hacker by Kevin Mitnick
A Little History of the World by E.H. Gombrich
One by Conrad Williams
Dune Chronicles (series)
Skullduggery Pleasant (series)

Other mentions:
The Dawn Treader Book Shop (Ann Arbor, MI)
"Short story about the Abominable Snowman"
- Bigfoot and the Bodhisattva by James Morrow on Starship Sofa
Inherent Vice movie
Julie reading Uncle Tom’s Cabin on Forgotten Classics
Urth discussion list (works by Gene Wolfe)
Borderlands Books in San Francisco
On the Southern Literary Trail group in GoodReads
Unpacking my Library by Walter Benjamin


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2 comments:

  1. You can take notes in kindle.

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  2. Haven't tried that - do you like how it works?

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