Winter Break in Lists in Lieu of Substance.

January 22, 2012 § Leave a comment

Because lists pretty much tell you nothing except that I 1. remember what all I did over break, & 2. have run out of reasons not to bore you with it.

Stuff I’m Happy to Have Read in the Bathtub, in the Order in Which I Just Typed Them

Tunneling to the Center of the Earth by Kevin Wilson

The Family Fang by Kevin Wilson

Tongue Party by Sarah Rose Etter

The Weather Stations by Ryan Call

Brief Interviews With Hideous Men by David Foster Wallace

Goat in the Snow by Emily Pettit

Light Boxes by Shane Jones

The Failure Six by Shane Jones

The New Black by Evie Shockley

Metropole by Geoffrey G. O’Brien

Selenography by Joshua Marie Wilkinson

Stuff I Made in the Kitchen (With Multiple Assists from the Curator of the Stock Photography Museum)

* Numerous variations on this curry

* Homemade paneer (from the massive Sundays at Moosewood Restaurant cookbook)

* Chicken curry & paneer pizza (I’d kind of like to think we invented that one)

* Nachos with homemade tortilla chips (because the downstairs store wasn’t open past prime nacho-hour)

* Hot wings

Curried chicken salad with golden raisins & celery instead of mango because why not

* Many migas (secret recipe, inquire within)

* Egg sandwiches, times infinity

Other Stuff

* For the next few days, you can get good books for 40% from Small Press Distribution, here. I just ordered more stuff to read in the bath. You should too.

* I now own winter boots & belong to a gym. It’s, like, whatever.

* Who’s sleepy?



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