Around the Water Cooler

It’s still crazy here at work. Not much time to post. I am in the middle of The Singapore Grip and loving it. I also read Michelle Tea’s new book Rose of No Man’s Land (due out in February) over the weekend. I hope to give it a longer review at some later date. In one sentence though, I thought this book beautiful and challenging–challenging to stereotypical coming of age books that is. More on that later.

Allen Jones mentions me in his roundup of favorite links. I feel pretty honored. It’s not often people get acknowledged for anything and it feels nice to be with such good company.

I hope to be back to some normal posting next week, but I might chime in over the next few days. So say hello and tell me what you are looking forward to reading over your holiday.

One thought on “Around the Water Cooler

  1. DH

    Once Christmas has passed, I look forward to starting Jose Saramago’s The Year Of The Death Of Ricardo Reis, and after that joyously digging into DFW’s new collection.


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