What Are You Reading and Where? Part 2

Do Mi Stauber: Ellis Peters, The Knocker on Death’s Door (one of her George Felse mysteries, because I just finished all the Brother Cadfaels and couldn’t stand it). In the hospital with my daughter, who is going to be okay.

Rachel Ballantine: Color about the history of artists colors. in bed.

Marjorie Kamine: Sapiens while dog sitting in Abiquiu

Debbi Kapp Brody: I am reading several things right now, but the ones that might interest you most are; Leaping Poetry (Robert Bly) and Revisioning Activism (David Bedrick, JD, Dipl PW) Finished Remarkable Creatures by Tracy Chevalier and Split Second by Douglas Richards yesterday. Where? Everywhere, home, work, car, etc.

Kate McCahill: SFLR proofs at my kitchen table!

L.j. Mulry: Tana French, In the Woods, at night in bed.

Wednesday Nelena Sorokin: The New Yorker in my dining room, and The Gift by Lewis Hyde and What is Art For.

Devon Miller-Duggan: The Liddard book on Chaco/Mesa Verde ( at the breakfast table) and a right-wing post-apocalyptic trilogy (before bed).

Jane Shoenfeld: The human stain. Philip Roth. Dingle, Ireland

Linda Durham: Secondhand Time (The Last of the Soviets) by Svetlana Alexievich. It’s so rich! I have been reading it aloud to myself–off and on–in the bathtub (good acoustics) with a Russian-ish accent.

David Oates: Haiku and Inspector Rebus novels.

Nancy Sutor: The Mother of All Questions by Rebecca Solnit. Volcanoes by David M Pyle. And Transatlantic by Colum Mc Cann. Day bed in my studio and night bed in the house

Jane Rosemont: The manual to my new camera, in every room of the house.

Jeanne Simonoff: smart phone in orthopaedics office Taos

Marie Longserre: “NOFAs – Notices Of Funds Available” – several 100 page documents from the US Department of Commerce and others – in bed at night. Supplemented with an occasional paragraph or two of “Fortunes Children, the Fall of the House of Vanderbilt” – in bed in the middle of the night if the NOFAs keep me awake.

Virginia Oppenheimer: The Exiles Return by Elizabeth de Waal, about post war Vienna, in my living room, taking a break from gardening

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About Miriam Sagan

I'm blogging about poetry, land art, haiku, women artists, road trips, and Baba Yaga at Miriam's Well (https://miriamswell.wordpress.com). The well is ALWAYS looking to publish poetry on our themes, sudden fiction, and guest bloggers and musers.

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