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About meI'm originally from Washington D.C. but have been living in Barcelona (Spain) for 30 years. I have many interests including linguistics, postmodern literature, anthropology, renewable energy technologies, organic gardening and computer programming. I am currently working for the Catalan department of Education as an educational technologist. My unfinished doctoral thesis is on Richard Brautigan and the aesthetics of subversion.

About my libraryMany of the books in my library are second-hand books. When I first moved to Spain, every time I went back to the States I would bring back several suitcases full of used books. I still spend a lot lot of time rumaging through second-hand bookshops, but the Internet has made it much easier to find out-of-print books online. If I can I try to read books in the original so my library includes books in Spanish, German, French and Catalan as well as English. I am currently learning Russian.

GroupsArt is Life, Asian Fiction & Non-Fiction, Beat Literature, Beat-itific, Hard-Boiled Wonderland, Jack Kerouac, LibraryThing en Català

Favorite authorsRichard Brautigan (Shared favorites)

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Member sinceSep 15, 2006

Currently readingTibetan Peach Pie: A True Account of an Imaginative Life by Tom Robbins

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