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CollectionsFolio Society (7), Your library (2,175), Jazz Recordings (174), Chess DVD/CD Roms (21), Opera CDs/DVDs (562), Currently reading (1), Currently listening (2), Opera Programs (49), TV Series DVD (1), chess ephemera (14), Biblio Magazine (1), Gospel Music (3), Country Music (3), Classical CDs (202), Recovered books (1), All collections (3,204)

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About my library"Libraries, much like life itself, are a work in eternal mutation" - Ilan Stavans

“My library is not a single beast but a composite of many others, a fantastic animal made up of the several libraries built and then abandoned, over and over again, throughout my life. I can’t remember a time in which I didn’t have a library of some sort. The present one is a sort of multilayered autobiography, each book holding the moment in which I opened it for the first time. The scribbles on the margins, the occasional date on the flyleaf, the faded bus ticket marking a page for a reason today mysterious, all try to remind me of who I was then. For the most part, they fail. My memory is less interested in me than in my books, and I find it easier to remember the story read once than the young man who then read it.”
-Alberto Manguel

Favorite chess websites:

http://chessbookchats.blogspot.com/

http://www.chesshistory.com/winter/index.html

GroupsAntiquarian Books, BBC Radio 3 Listeners, Book Collectors, Books on Books, Booze!, Challenge: Loeb Classical Library, Chess, Chicagoans, Cookbookers, Dictionaries & other reference booksshow all groups

Favorite authorsWalter Benjamin, Roberto Bolaño, Jorge Luis Borges, James Boswell, Anton Bruckner, Julio Cortázar, Samuel Johnson, Mario Vargas Llosa, Gustav Mahler, Georg Marco, Haruki Murakami, Aron Nimzovich, Octavio Paz, Alfonso Reyes, Robert Simpson, Savielly Tartakower, Enrique Vila-Matas (Shared favorites)

VenuesFavorites | Visited

Favorite bookstores57th Street Books, Amaranth Books, Casa del Libro - Gran Vía, City Lights Books, Downtown Books, Europa Books, Fred Wilson Chess Books, O'Gara and Wilson, Booksellers, Open Books, Powell's - Hyde Park, Renaissance Book Shop, Seminary Co-op Bookstore, The Armadillo's Pillow, Tres Americas Books, Inc.

Other favoritesPrinters Row Lit Fest 2011, Newberry Library Book Fair, Jazz Record Mart

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Member sinceSep 15, 2005

Currently readingBoswell's Life of Johnson in six volumes by James Boswell

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