Don Quixote & Picatrix.
Stories of exploration: Ibn Battuta, Cabeza de Vaca, etc.
Political history: Books of Eduardo Galeano, books about Tupac
Amaru II, also Shock Doctrine, Shadow Factory, First World Ha Ha
Economics: Alternatives to Economic Globalization, Allende's Chile,
Farming: How to Grow More . . . Than You Ever Thought Possible on
Less Land Than You've Ever Imagined (bio-intensive/dynamic), Seed
to Seed, Growing Great Garlic, From Farm to Market, more books and
pamphlets than you can imagine...
Poetry: T.A.Z. (Hakim Bey), Pablo Neruda...probably more.
I like movies sometimes, please don't say super hero.
Documentaries, suspense, comedy, drama...
Some tv, ST-TNG, ST-DS9, Twin Peaks, Community, Breaking Bad,(on
the computer, who owns a tv?) is alright. I guess.
Music is good. You will probably think a lot of what I like to
listen to is cheesy (bossa nova, south american folk, south
american synth pop, American pop. I like American music. Do you
like American music?)
Some of it is just noisy (Black Eyes) / dancey (Indian Jewelry,
Those are just the thoughts off the top of my head. I'm like an old
soviet émigré in Amoeba Music or Powell's Books. So much good, so
much bad, where to start.