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CollectionsYour library (5,042), art and art history (1,631), architecture and planning (1,288), cataloging and libraries (141), photography (180), donated (formerly owned) (2), Read but unowned (29), checked out but not owned or read (151), All collections (5,220)

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Tagsfiction (635), gay/queer (540), biographies (275), artists books (223), American architecture (207), guidebooks (184), New York State (177), gallery catalogs (165), periodicals (143), New York City (131) — see all tags

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GroupsArchitext, Art History, Gay and Lesbian Bookstores, Gay Men, Mac Users at LibraryThing

Favorite authorsSherman Alexie, Margaret Atwood, Christopher Bram, Barbara Kingsolver, Hilary Mantel, Orhan Pamuk, Francine Prose, Shyam Selvadurai, Rebecca Solnit, Tom Spanbauer, Gertrude Stein, Colm Tóibín, Sarah Waters, Edith Wharton (Shared favorites)

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Favorite bookstoresA Different Light Bookstore, Alfred University Bookstore, artbook @ P.S.1, Biography Bookshop, Book Culture, Calamus Bookstore, Giovanni's Room, Glad Day Bookshop, Housing Works Used Book Cafe, International Center of Photography - Museum Store, John K. King Used and Rare Books, Mercer Street Books and Records, National Building Museum Shop, Neue Galerie Book Store, Powell's City of Books (Portland), Printed Matter, Rizzoli Bookstore, Shakespeare and Co. Broadway, Spoonbill & Sugartown, Booksellers, St. Mark's Bookshop (New York City), Strand Bookstore, Talking Leaves Books, Tattered Cover Book Store - Historic LoDo, The Oscar Wilde Bookshop, Three Lives & Company, Urban Center Books

Favorite librariesArt Institute of Chicago - Ryerson and Burnham Libraries, Bibliotheca Apostolica Vaticana (Vatican Library), Columbia University - Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Cooper Union Library, Kinsey Institute Library, The Morgan Library & Museum

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Real nameSherman Clarke

LocationAlfred, N.Y.

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Member sinceJul 20, 2007

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i have used it for that and to help me get a grip on what I have and what I'm using it for - I do love the way this works, although I realize that some of my titles tell a bit more about me than I necessarily would put on facebook! mm
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I have lusted after these for years, - having maybe half of them and feeling only . . .. half complete, half alive, half hearted. Einar
Yes indeed! That other is on my list--for the coming months. Manhood Factories may be tangentially helpful for my dissertation.
Hi there. Yes, I'm slowly getting around to cataloging everything, and decided to tackle the Massengill stuff. He was just back here a few weeks ago for another (small) exhibition he was in (his first in NYC in about a decade or so). Paul is also my closest library thing person -- it's too funny how that works out, but I guess it says something about our worlds of interest.
"Triple novena manual of Jesus, Mary and Joseph" is definitely in box5, and will remain as such for the foreseeable future ;)

thanks for noticing the oddities in my collection,
jam
Thanks. I saw the quote on LiveJournal. It reminded me of stories of people in my childhood, of folktales, of the fable about the oak and the willow. And it reminded me of myself as I child. I was a big, strong child. Yet I refused to fight (and physical fighting was a big deal among boys in rural Oklahoma in the late 1960s). I knew it wasn't out of weakness, but out of principle. I did have to demonstrate strength from time to time, to make life bearable for myself. I enjoyed hearing from you.
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