Monday

November 9. 2008

Books I've been reading this semester:

Ezra Pound, Translations (New Directions, 1963)
Michael Basinski, All My Eggs are Broken (BlazeVox, 2007)
O Sirhan, O Sirhan #2
John Gay, The Beggar's Opera (Harlan Davidson, 1966)
Ron Silliman, Xing (repr. Silliman, 2004)
Ron Silliman, Under Albany (Salt, 2004)
The Holy Bible (RSV)
Polybius, The Rise of the Roman Empire (Penguin Classics, 1979)
Tony Barnstone and Chou Ping, eds. The Anchor Book of Chinese Poetry (Anchor, 2005)
Herbert Aptheker, ed. A Documentary History of the Negro People in the United States. vol. 3, 1910-1932 (Citadel Press, 1977)
Ron Silliman, Tjanting (Salt, 2002)
Jack Morgan, The Haunting of Ninja Town (ms. which someone should publish soon)
Geof Huth, Longfellow Memoranda (Otoliths, 2008)
Osvald Siren, The Chinese Art of Painting (Hong Kong UP, 1963)
K. Silem Mohammad, Deer Head Nation (Tougher Disguises, 2003).
Sembene Ousmane, Tribal Scars (Heinemann, 1974)
David Sedaris, Me Talk Pretty One Day (Little Brown, 2000).
Hung Lou Meng, The Dream of the Red Chamber (Universal Library, 1971)
Spencer Selby, The Big R (Angle, 1998)
Bradley Lastname, Your Pretty Typeface is Going to Hell (The Press of the Third Mind, 2008)
Geof Huth, ghostlight
Geof Huth & mIEKAL aND, Texistence (Xerox Sutra, 2008)
Geof Huth, Visible Word, Sound (pdqb, 2008)
K. Silem Mohammad, Breathalizer (Edge, 2008)
Spencer Selby, Flush Contours (Otoliths, 2007)
Marshall McLuhan, Understanding Media (McGraw-Hill, 1964)
Sara Mumolo, Brain in a Vat (Stormy Petrel, 2008)
David Bernstein et al., The San Francisco Tape Music Center ( Univ of California P., 2008)
Jason McGrath, Postcolonial Modernity: Chinese Cinema, Literature, and Criticism in the Market Age (Stanford UP, 2008)
Judith Goldman, Vocoder (Roof, 2001)
Charles Harrison, Essays on Art & Language (MIT, 2001)
Edgar White, Underground: Four Plays (William Morrow, 1970)
John Ashberyy, Houseboat Days (Viking, 1977)
Isiah Berlin, Karl Marx, 4th ed. (Oxford UP, 1978)
Tony Perniciaro, Tony the Bricklayer (Delacorte, 1972)
Truong Tran, Four Letter Words (Apogee, 2008)
Christine de Pizan, The Book of the City of Ladies (Persea, 1998)
Mills College Art Museum, The Offering Table (Mills College, 2008)
Paula Cisewski, Upon Arrival (Black Ocean, 2006)
Carolyn Keene, The Message in Hollow Oak (Grosset & Dunlap, repr. 1972)
John Ashberry, Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror (Viking, 1975)
Carl Sandburg, The Complete Carl Sandburg (Harcourt, 1970)
Barrett Watten, Bad History (Atelos, 1998)
Steven Pinker, The Language Instinct (Perrenial Classics, 1994)
Kenward Elmslie, Routine Disruptions (Coffee House, 1998)
Julia C. Lin, Modern Chinese Poetry: An Introduction (Univ of Washington P, 1973)
Alan Watts, The Book (Vintage, 1972)
Carolyn Keene, Mystery at the Ski Jump (Grosset & Dunlap, repr. 2005)
Herman Hesse, Magister Ludi (Ungar, 1965)
Saint Augustine, Confessions (Penguin, 1984)
Young-Ha Him, I Have a Right to Destroy Myself (Harvest, 2007)
The Song of God Bhagavad-Gita (Vedanta Society; repr. Mentor, 1951?)
Mary Ann Caws, ed., Manifesto: A Century of Isms (Univ. of Nebraska, 2001)
Jasper Bernes, Starsdown (ingurim, 2007)
Kenko. Essays in Idleness, trans. Donald Keene (Columbia Univ., 1998)

1 Comments:

Blogger Jack Morgan said...

I wish it would. You're awesome for saying so.

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