“The Norton Anthology of Modern Poetry” and Harold Bloom’s “The Best Poems of the English Language” for my summer poetry group;
“American Gods” by Neil Gamon, not sure what to think of this yet, the first paragraph turned me off, seemed to be a description of a Vin Diesel character, but I was urged to continue and it’s getting better;
“The Paris Review Interviews, volume 1”, love it, love it, LOVE IT! Interviews with Parker, Hemingway, T.S. Eliot, Vonnegut, and more. These are intelligent, in-depth interviews, full of quirks and insights. Highly recommended!!;
“Clear Blogging” by Bob Walsh, for business purposes, of course. Wonderfully informative.
“Red Sox Rule” by Michael Holley, excellent read! Wonderful insights on Boston, the game of baseball, and Red Sox manager Terry Francona;
Also finished “Love Poems” by Pablo Neruda, his poetry is so touching and image-rich, it’s impossible not to be drawn in;
Would have finished “The Man Who Loved Jane Austen”, but it just couldn’t grab me.