Holy cow, there's a lot; I read a lot, and like many kinds of
So off the top of my head:
The Death of Bees
Book: A Novel
Though the Black Spruce
How to Live in a Science Fictional Universe
Let the Great World Spin
The Elegance of the Hedgehog
Where the Wild Things Are (by Dave Eggers) and What is the
Life of Pi
Magic for Beginners
Shadow of the Wind
The Adventures of Kaviler and Clay
The Things They Carried
the curious incident of the dog in the night-time
All in the Timing
Waiting for Godot
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead
Too many to mention, but:
Summerhill: A Radical Guide to Child Rearing
An Anthropologist on Mars
America: The Book
Peoples' History of the United States
Sex at Dawn
The Psychology of Insanity, published 1923
I studied psychology in undergrad, and have worked with mentally-
ill adults, and thus have a soft spot for vintage psychology
textbooks; I currently have about 4 textbooks and manuals dating
from the 1920's to the 1960's.
My dream is to have a proper library.
I love movies; cheesy so- bad- its- good, sci-fi, action,
To that end: The Wrath of Khan, Brick, Donnie Darko, The Russian
Ark, The Kings Speech, Once, Aliens, The Fall, The Maltese Falcon.
I recently saw "Beasts of the Southern Wild" and it is
my current favorite show is a tie between Community/ Louie.
Also: Star Trek, The Simpsons, Parks and Recreation, Seinfeld, It's
Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
Radiohead, LCD Soundsystem, the Pixies, Bjork, Berlioz, Debussy,
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Ludwig Van, Heliosequence, Halo Benders,
the Arcade Fire, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Miles Davis, Led Zeppelin,
New Wave. A little of this, and little of that.
I have pretty diverse tastes.