2013 What I've Read

This motley selection is not dissertation-to-book specific. It's mental junk food and veggies that get me through the process—including raising my kids and keeping my own sanity, if there is such a thing. 

Deadline Poet, Calvin Trillin; Getting the Love You Want, Harville Hendrix; wrapper on some frozen veggies to add to Ramen noodles, good til Aug. 2013;  Are Men Necessary?, Maureen Dowd (note to the guys, my husband enjoyed this book); A Writer's Paris, Eric Maisel; Not Your Mother's Life, Joan K. Peters; Othello, William Shakespeare; As Always, Jack, Emma Sweeney; The Possessed: Adventures with Russian Books and the People Who Read Them, Elif Batuman; The Paris Wife, Paula McLain; Shimmering Images, Lisa Dale Norton; Music of Silence, David Steindl-Rast; Speak Memory, Vladimir Nabokov; Moments of Being, Virginia Woolf; To Hell and (Hopefully) Back, April L. Hamilton; How Fiction Works, James Wood; Why Is My Mother Getting a Tattoo?, Jancee Dunn;

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