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About me"He was most comfortable with those who had the abstract madness of autodidacts..."

About my libraryHabent Sua Fata Libelli

"I would like to set my own books free to dream."

GroupsAnarchism, Occult Hash Slingers, theory

Favorite authorsIoan P. Couliano, John Crowley (Shared favorites)

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Currently readingPopular defense & ecological struggles by Paul Virilio
Gothick Institutions by Peter Lamborn Wilson
Spermatogonia: The Isle of Man by Bart Plantenga
The Coming Insurrection (Semiotext(e) / Intervention) by The Invisible Committee
The Occult Mind: Magic in Theory and Practice by Christopher I. Lehrich

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A Symphony Book Fair--no. I did subscribe to their concerts, and it's funny you should mention them first because it was part of some of the very first culture shock I experienced. At the time--fall 1992--they had reassembled for a season for the first time in a number of years (four, five... seven?) because they had struggled with financing, AND, they didn't have a dedicated concert hall (the concerts were held in the Orpheus Theatre). Finally, most of the musicians had "day jobs", i.e. they weren't supporting themselves wholly by their professional assignments with the Symphony! I was endlessly boggled. Where was the national support for the arts? How can a city like New Orleans NOT have a dedicated symphony orchestra and hall? Etc.

Oh yes--and the opera. I couldn't believe there'd be only eight performances (two each of four operas) in a season! This in a city that once had three opera houses! So I actually subscribed to the season in Houston as well--and that's probably not even the craziest thing I did back then.

But the chamber music series at Tulane was lovely.
Onnnnne Thousaaaaaaand!!!!
It's more to do with the fact that my books and the internet are never in the same place at the same time. And in the case that the analogy occurs to you, it's the internet that is Clark Kent.
did you take your comics out?
sooo, the #2 person on your books-in-common list has 58/528 books that they share with you...but i am also listed as having 58/528 books in common with you. i, however, am like number 30 or something on your list. weird. i don't understand statistics.
silly boy. i bought that comic book with you. at the comic con thing we went to all cracked out. the art is beautiful. i don't know if i'll ever read it though.
Thanks for the interesting library add...now I have another million books on another 10,000 topics to read. I'll be starting with your recommendations...just as soon as I finish the tottering stack of books by my bed.
You're number one on my "members with crn5's books" list under the weighted category...again. weird. When did you get the Leonora Carrington book? Can I borrow it?
Hi

Just a quick note to let you know that my new novel, Dirty Little Angels, is now available. Thought you might be interested since you're from NOLA. I was born and raised in New Orleans, and the novel is actually set there. Here's a summary in case you're interested:

Set in the slums of New Orleans, among clusters of crack houses and abandoned buildings, Dirty Little Angels is the story of sixteen year old Hailey Trosclair. When the Trosclair family suffers a string of financial hardships and a miscarriage, Hailey finds herself looking to God to save her family. When her prayers go unanswered, Hailey puts her faith in Moses Watkins, a failed preacher and ex-con. Fascinated by Moses's lopsided view of religion, Hailey, and her brother Cyrus, begin spending time down at an abandoned bank that Moses plans to convert into a drive-through church. Gradually, though, Moses's twisted religious beliefs become increasingly more violent, and Hailey and Cyrus soon find themselves trapped in a world of danger and fear from which there may be no escape.

If you'd like to read the first chapter, you can read it here:
http://christophertusa.com/blog/?page_id=894

Take care,

Chris
Oh, Vaneigem! I'm not sure how I missed that one, but I can take care of that easily enough. As for "Medieval Misogyny," it's worth reading, but in retrospect, I might have Interlibrary Loaned it, rather than buying it. A little more scholarly stiffness to it than I'd have liked, especially given how lively the subject is. But sometimes that can't be helped.

And yes, I am indeed in Fargo. Crazy.
Hey -- stopped by to check you out, and was immediately distracted by new books to read! I've been in this whole Indian history/Anglo-Saxon/Medieval heresy phase, so of course, that book on the Cathars goes straight to my wish list.
I really like your quote about the abstract madness of autodidacts. Where is that from?
Oh, and ps: I paid for a lifetime membership today. I need a hot toddy. Maybe I'll come see you.
Have you read Geek Love yet? It's pretty fantastic. And creepy. Gimme my books! Stop holding them hostage. And, while you're at it, why dont'cha come over and enter in all the books I can't find in my librarything searches?
How come you're in my "Top 50 similar libraries" list? The only thing similar about our libraries is their desire to be different from each other. It's probably because you got that little golden book.... which you haven't added yet have you? Tsk tsk, you slackass. 6 o'clock?
Where did you get that image?
caustic debauchery. my library wants to kick your library's ass.
Hey,

Been meaning to say thx for adding me to yr list of interesting libraries. Our shared books are a grab-bag of genres though, aren't they?

Surfed quickly thru some of yr collection and am now on the hunt for two that sound great: God and plastic surgery (should win an award for title, if nothing else!) and the Chomsky-Foucault debate one.
Happy day! I definitely need some cataloging help. There is no doubt about that. :) I miss you monkey.
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