The daughterly ruminations during an eerie commute to work. Biting humor and a sense of loss. “A DREAM OF MEN” by Mary Gaitskill
The rugged fairy tale that started it all. Better than the trilogy. Bilbo, the ultimate adventurer. THE HOBBIT by JRR Tolkien.
A tight, superbly written tragic romance. Based on his affair with Catherine Compton. THE END OF THE AFFAIR by Graham Greene.
Always substance and increase, always sex. Always a knit of identity.” SONG OF MYSELF by Walt Whitman
17th Century Fav. After death, unread and dismissed for hundreds of years. Been back since 1919! “Second Anniversary” by John Donne
A brilliant work; she traveled with Romani people in Europe for 4 years to learn about their lives. BURY ME STANDING by Isabel Fonseca.
Life, friends, is boring. We must not say so.” You’ll never forget Henry after reading these. 77 DREAM SONGS by John Berryman.