Lolita, Perdido Street Station, anything by Patrick Califia,
American Gods, Hamlet, Tana French, Emma Donoghue, Average American
Male, and uncountable others. I worked in a bookstore for ten years
and am now a librarian, so I could keep going for a good while.
Also, full disclosure, this is the main part of a person's profile
I look at (favorite books, not favorite anything else).
I don't watch that many movies, but think "Newsies" is pretty
JIVE GRAVE, Coyote Grace, and the Shondes.
I love food. Almost all of it. Especially sushi and burritos, but
not together. Worst fusion cuisine ever. I'm also a pretty decent
cook, and love making food for people.
One time the cable guy called, asking me if I wanted cable. In
response to various questions I told him I didn't have cable, I
didn't have a TV, and I had no plans of getting a TV. "Well, what
do you do instead?!" he asked incredulously. "I read a lot," I told
him. "Oh," he said. "Well, I heard they were going to stop making
I thanked him for his concern and went on my merry, bibliophilic
UPDATE: They keep calling asking if I want to upgrade my service to
include cable, and I keep telling them they've got the wrong