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CollectionsYour library (5,360), Everyman's Library (361), Library of America (259), Read but unowned (57), UW loan history (54), To read (38), Flood Damage (19), All collections (5,517)

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TagsFiction (1,729), Poets & Poetry (494), Essays & Criticism (397), * New Directions (383), Classical Antiquity (310), France (308), Japan (249), * nyrb (220), + Nobel Prize (211), Italy (179) — see all tags

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About meGreg Kindall is a bookseller at Third Place Books in Lake Forest Park, Washington.

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Favorite authorsKōbō Abe, Walter Abish, Chinua Achebe, César Aira, Sherman Alexie, António Lobo Antunes, Anne Applebaum, Machado de Assis, W. H. Auden, Erich Auerbach, Jane Austen, Whitney Balliett, Dan Beachy-Quick, Stefano Benni, Isaiah Berlin, Thomas Bernhard, Wendell Berry, Harold Bloom, Roberto Bolaño, Jorge Luis Borges, Robert Bringhurst, Joseph Brodsky, John Buchan, Basil Bunting, Italo Calvino, Xue Can, Anne Carson, Geoffrey Chaucer, Sergio Chejfec, Anton Chekhov, Éric Chevillard, Teju Cole, Francisco Coloane, Joseph Conrad, Mia Couto, Stig Dagerman, Guy Davenport, Daniel Defoe, Charles Dickens, Emily Dickinson, Isak Dinesen, Ivan Doig, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Arthur Conan Doyle, Jean Echenoz, Mathias Énard, Alvaro Enrigue, Alex Epstein, Salvador Espriu, Jonathan Evison, Jean-Henri Fabre, William Faulkner, Patrick Leigh Fermor, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Gustave Flaubert, Shelby Foote, Robert Frost, John Gardner, Edward Gibbon, Alasdair Gray, Thomas Hardy, Mark Helprin, Ernest Hemingway, Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Gilbert Highet, Geoffrey Hill, Bohumil Hrabal, Clive James, Henry James, Lisa Jardine, Miljenko Jergović, Samuel Johnson, David Jones, Franz Kafka, Ryszard Kapuściński, Ferenc Karinthy, Yasunari Kawabata, Imre Kertész, László Krasznahorkai, Sigizmund Krzhizhanovsky, Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa, Carlo Levi, Primo Levi, C. S. Lewis, Janet Lewis, Simon Leys, Mario Vargas Llosa, Jack London, Federico García Lorca, Norman Fitzroy Maclean, David Malouf, Thomas Mann, John P. Marquand, Gabriel García Márquez, Peter Matthiessen, William Maxwell, David McCullough, Herman Melville, Pierre Michon, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Czesław Miłosz, Michel de Montaigne, Quim Monzó, Horacio Castellanos Moya, Haruki Murakami, V. S. Naipaul, Sōseki Natsume, Adam Nicolson, George Orwell, Patrik Ouředník, Francis Parkman, Borislav Pekić, Georges Perec, Per Petterson, Jerzy Pilch, Edgar Allan Poe, Alexander Pushkin, Raymond Queneau, Christoph Ransmayr, Christopher Ricks, Guillermo Rosales, Joseph Roth, Juri Rytchëu, Juan José Saer, James Salter, Gjertrud Schnackenberg, Moacyr Scliar, W. G. Sebald, Ignazio Silone, Ersi Sotiropoulos, Wallace Stegner, John Steinbeck, Stendhal, Robert Louis Stevenson, Wallace Stevens, Jun'ichirō Tanizaki, Gonçalo M. Tavares, Adam Thirlwell, Dylan Thomas, Henry David Thoreau, J. R. R. Tolkien, Barbara W. Tuchman, Magdalena Tulli, Mark Twain, Jenny Uglow, Enrique Vila-Matas, Ivan Vladislavić, Abdourahman A. Waberi, Hugh Walpole, Robert Walser, Evelyn Waugh, T. H. White, Walt Whitman, Edmund Wilson, Yvor Winters, James Wood, Virginia Woolf, Jonathan Yardley, S. Yizhar, Adam Zagajewski (Shared favorites)

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Favorite bookstoresRavenna Third Place Books, Third Place Books, University Bookstore, Uppercase Books, Wessel & Lieberman Booksellers

Favorite librariesBothell Regional Library, Elisabeth C. Miller Library - University of Washington, University of Washington - Suzzallo Library

Favorite publishersBellevue Literary Press, Canongate Books, Chin Music Press, Liberty Fund, Inc, NYRB Classics, Telegram Books, University of California Press, University of Texas Press, Yale University Press

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Thanks--a couple of your recently added books showing up on my home page have gone straight to my wish list. I'm looking forward to going through your library. (And the book labels.)
very good taste !! ...please add me in facebook.
Hi Greg - I'd be interested in your views on WG Sebald. I see you have a minor horde of his books amongst your 'recent activity'.

I haven't come across Emergence of Memory before, so would be particlularly interested on your impressions of this book...

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In July, I moved from Nagoya, Japan to Rangoon with two suitcases, ten books, and two cats. That means I shipped sth. like 1000 books to Chicago. My ever-thoughtful son gave me a Kindle for Christmas (and I can download books he's purchased here in Burma). Not quite the same but it's what I'm settling for. With regard to books, the advantage of living in China and now Burma is access to locally published books in English you would never be able to find any other way.

BTW, looking through your Japan books (and pardon me if I overlooked that you HAD these), I'd recommend Alan Booth's Looking for the Lost and any of Oliver Statler's books.

Working in a bookstore could either be a nightmare or a dream come true, surely. My particular version of that is never ever getting books back by the due date, having worked either in libraries or schools my whole life!

In the books we share, you have so many that are my favorites. Right now, also I see Agaat which is on my current wishlist! Let me know about favorite books you've been reading?
You've been busy entering your library! A bit addictive, isn't it?
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