Madame Bovary, Middlemarch, Kafka's stories, all of Joyce, The Big
Sleep, At Swim-Two-Birds, Lolita and Pnin, Hope Against Hope, The
Ponder Heart, Lucky Jim, The Earl of Louisiana, Mumbo Jumbo, The
White Album, Edwin Mullhouse, Lucinella, From the Fifteenth
District, Small World, The Counterlife, Lydia Davis's stories,
Every Force Evolves a Form, On With the Story, Never Let Me Go, the
Patrick Melrose novels, The Line of Beauty, Fun Home, Home Land,
George Sprott, Young Lions, Pulphead, How Should a Person Be?, The
Atlas of Remote Islands. Poetry books by WB Yeats, Wallace Stevens,
James Merrill, Philip Larkin, Elizabeth Bishop, John Ashbery, Ken
Koch. Anthologies of poems. Gossipy books about pop music and
electoral politics. David Thomson's Biographical Dictionary of Film
for the bathroom.
The Marx Brothers in their glory, Bringing Up Baby and The
Philadelphia Story, His Girl Friday, all of Preston Sturges, The
Third Man, The Night of the Hunter, Scrooge, Nights of Cabiria,
most of Truffaut, A Hard Day's Night, Portrait of Jason, Woody
Allen up to Mighty Aphrodite (inclusive: it's a good one), Stop
Making Sense, Sherman's March, Flirting, Heavenly Creatures, The
Big Lebowski and A Serious Man, Rushmore and Moonrise Kingdom,
Wonder Boys, Grizzly Man, Superbad, Sugar, Mutual Appreciation,
The Simpsons in its salad days, Newsradio, Fry and Laurie as Jeeves
and Wooster, Twitch City, Freaks and Geeks, Undeclared, The Daily
Show, Arrested Development, The Wire, 30 Rock, Parks and Rec, Bored
to Death, Community, Louie, Bob's Burgers, Girls, Orange Is the New
Black, Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
And also: This American Life, As It Happens, Fresh Air, The Great
Eastern, WTF, and The Savage Lovecast.
Stranger, I made you a mix:
I didn't know about collard greens before I moved here. There is
now nothing I don't want to know about collard greens.