Sunday Morning! “Colorless Tsukuru Tzaki and his Years of Pilgrimage” by Haruki Murakami and R.I.P. Kim Shattuck
Murukami also reminds one of Kafka or Lynch in that he leaves many of his mysteries open and unexplained. Some will find this frustrating.
Moving out after a breakup delayed me from posting on time about this biographical history of a famous literary breakup!
A lively trip around the world to compare how different cultures bring out their dead.
Destroy everything about this except it’s ears. It’s ears it keeps, and I’ll tell you why…
Life in the Comfort Zone
A day late and a dollar short with two stories of the rake’s progress.
I suppose by middle age it’s high time I started with Balzac…
On a posthumous novel by the great writer (and overwriter) from North Carolina.