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.

1 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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