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About meI vacillate between fantastic fiction, my first love, histories of various French uprisings, books about deaf culture, and Star Wars. I try to catalog everything I pick up, whether I finish it or not, just as a support to my sieve-like memory.
About my libraryI sometimes get the actual feeling my bookshelves look on in hopeless envy at my recently-acquired Nook. Certainly they are more rigourously organized than the digital version.
GroupsBBC Radio 3 Listeners, Deaf Literature, FantasyFans, Feminist SF, Feminist Theory, Fforde Ffans, I prefer men to cauliflowers, Irish & Celtic Studies, Legacy Libraries, Literary Snobs —show all groups, Modernist elusions: madeleines for Sweeney, New Wave Science Fiction and Fantasy, ReJoyce, Science Fiction Fans, Steampunk, The Green Dragon
Favorite authorsJohn Barth, Alfred Bester, K. J. Bishop, Eavan Boland, Elizabeth Bowen, Charlotte Brontë, Emily Brontë, Octavia E. Butler, Albert Camus, John Crowley, Jacques Derrida, Louise Glück, Ursula K. Le Guin, Sarah Hall, Guy Gavriel Kay, Robin McKinley, Naomi Novik, Colm Tóibín, Jeff VanderMeer, Virginia Woolf (Shared favorites)
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Member sinceFeb 12, 2007
Currently readingThe Solitudes (The Aegypt Cycle) by John Crowley
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