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About meI'm another one of those writer/musician/grad student types. Now in Toronto after years of living in Portland, Ore.
About my libraryIt's starting to break down into 1/4 poetry, 1/4 fiction, 1/4 nonfiction, and 1/4 Penguin classics, which are collected on their own because they look better that way. But the fiction pile is unlikely to grow much, unlike the other three piles. Oh, there are some comics in there too. Hm.
GroupsAncient History, Canuckistan, Cookbookers, Esperanto!, Homer, the Trojan war, and pre-classical Greece, ILXOR, Language, Lingua Latina, Maps and Atlases, McGonagall - the World's Worst Poet —show all groups, Medieval Europe, Oregonians, Penguin Classics, Portland Readers, Powell's City of Books, Xperi-mental
Favorite authorsDavid Abel, Samuel Beckett, Ted Berrigan, Christian Bök, Catherine Daly, Tina Darragh, Steve Egan, Robert Grenier, Herodotus, Lindsay Hill, Gerard Manley Hopkins, Cynthia Kimball, Maryrose Larkin, Jackson Mac Low, Bernadette Mayer, Notker Balbulus, Georges Perec, Charles M. Schulz, Ron Silliman, Gertrude Stein, Hannah Weiner, Ludwig Wittgenstein (Shared favorites)
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Member sinceDec 13, 2005
Currently readingLife With Jeeves: The Inimitable Jeeves, Very Good, Jeeves!, and Right Ho, Jeeves by P. G. Wodehouse
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