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Some of my favorite authors:

*Annie Proulx
*Judy Blume
*Ray Bradbury
*Louise Erdrich
*Dorothy Allison
*David Sedaris
*William Faulkner
*Carson McCullers

*Sarah Waters


A short list of books I love:

His Dark Arts Trilogy by Phillip Pullman

Skin: Talking about Sex, Class & Literature by Dorothy Allison

Teaching as a Subversive Activity by Neil Postman & Tom Weingartner

Delta of Venus by Anais Nin

The Red Tent by Anita Diamant

American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis

Hollywood Wives by Jackie Collins

The Talented Mr. Ripley by Patricia Highsmith (the movie is a sad betrayal of the book and a hyperdramatization of all the WRONG issues)

The Mists of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley

The Corrections by Jonathan Franzen

Sula by Toni Morrison

The Death of Woman Wang by Jonathan D. Spence

Out by Natsuo Kirino







Books were my main form of therapy and escape growing up. In fact, my mom (who rarely placed any restrictions on us) GROUNDED me from reading, insisting I needed to "go outside and play". At the time I thought she was being unduly cruel.

I like a lot of books, including nonfiction, fantasy, sci-fi, erotica, and good old fashioned fiction. I often have to avoid reading nonfiction because I get so amped up and reflective that it's hard for me to relax and not want to work or write.

I'm not a book snob; I think Stephen King and Jackie Collins have written some fucking brilliant books (and also some complete SHIT).

I enjoy reading books on Oprah's book list and then ranting about how pornographic they are, railing against housewives and mothers who are anti-porn yet litter their living rooms with socially-acceptible tragedy-smut like Fall on Your Knees by Ann-Marie MacDonald. It's not the books I have a problem with, it's the bizarre double-standard women have regarding the pictureless porn of the books they enjoy and the image-heavy porn they oppose.

If I ever get rich I want to have a special room in my dream house: the BookWormHole. I envision it being a small, cozy, space-age cave-like room with rounded walls and a futuristic feeling that I can burrow into and be transported by while reading. It's a soundproof room, and there's a splendid little system to enjoy music, white noise or guided meditations. With a simple adjustment to the lighting scheme and various peripherals, the BookWormHole becomes the interior of a tiny spacecraft with programmable visuals simulating flights through different imaginary solar systems and, OF COURSE, wormholes (though I'm not sure travel through a wormhole is technically referred to as "flight", but I digress)! Maybe there's a vibrating captain's chair in there, too! And speaking of vibrating chairs . . .

I debated whether or not I should post this particular fantasy fearing that it's so nerdy it might turn off potential members, but then I decided that anyone who reads the last paragraph of the "favorite books" page on a porn site is probably someone who will think the idea of a BookWormhole is pretty fucking awesome!!!





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