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It’s #fridayreads once again, and I’ve picked up David Graeber’s Debt: The First 5,000 Years after abandoning it a year ago, so when I finish I will still be in the dark as to the last year and a half of debt, but whatever. A galley of Fobbit, for review probably; Chekhov’s The Duel, continuing my campaign to read the shortest books possible by the great Russian fiction writers; and the Meditations of Marcus Aurelius, part of my ongoing survey of Western philosophy (I’m still in the shallow waters of the Stoics).

It’s #fridayreads once again, and I’ve picked up David Graeber’s Debt: The First 5,000 Years after abandoning it a year ago, so when I finish I will still be in the dark as to the last year and a half of debt, but whatever. A galley of Fobbit, for review probably; Chekhov’s The Duel, continuing my campaign to read the shortest books possible by the great Russian fiction writers; and the Meditations of Marcus Aurelius, part of my ongoing survey of Western philosophy (I’m still in the shallow waters of the Stoics).

My #fridayreads include the three books I showed you last week but haven’t started yet, plus these three little ones to pad my reading stats: Hume’s On Suicide, Lethem’s Fear of Music, and Shelley’s Mathilda. But mostly this weekend I’ll be reading The Stranger’s Bumbershoot insert, featuring an interview with (finally!) Skrillex’s haircut.

My #fridayreads include the three books I showed you last week but haven’t started yet, plus these three little ones to pad my reading stats: Hume’s On Suicide, Lethem’s Fear of Music, and Shelley’s Mathilda. But mostly this weekend I’ll be reading The Stranger’s Bumbershoot insert, featuring an interview with (finally!) Skrillex’s haircut.

rachelfershleiser:

wordbrooklyn:

We love these reviews so very very much.
Also, Boucher will be at WORD on Tuesday, August 30, reading with Emily St. John Mandel and Reif Larsen.

Book deal for this book reviewer please!

Dear Fantagraphics: what she said.

rachelfershleiser:

wordbrooklyn:

We love these reviews so very very much.

Also, Boucher will be at WORD on Tuesday, August 30, reading with Emily St. John Mandel and Reif Larsen.

Book deal for this book reviewer please!

Dear Fantagraphics: what she said.

(Source: hornreviews)