Sunday, September 19, 2004

Unemployment Books....

Here is a list of books that I've read since being laid off on July 30th 2004:

Dr. Futurity by Philip K. Dick
Invasion by Eric L. Harry
The Peron Novel by Tomas Eloy Martinez
Mr. Strangelove: A Biography of Peter Sellers by Ed Sikov
I, Lucifer by Peter O' Donnell
In Black and White: The Life of Sammy Davis Junior by Will Haygood
The Informer by Liam O'Flaherty
Stan: The Life of Stan Laurel by Fred Lawrence Guiles
Billy Budd: Sailor by Herman Melville
Beyond Good and Evil by Friedrich Nietzsche
Doctor Fischer of Geneva or The Bomb Party by Graham Greene
Night by Francis Pollini
The Colorist by Susan Daitch
Thomas Hobbes: Radical in Service to Reaction by Arnold A. Rogow
Darkness at Noon by Arthur Koestler

I am currently reading:
The Grand Guignol, Theater of Fear and Terror by Mel Gordon
Conservatism Revisited by Peter Viereck
The American Newsreel 1911-1967 by Raymond Fielding
Yellowback Radio Broke Down by Ismael Reed

Nothing like idleness to get a few books read...
PS This blog is going on a brief one week hiatus while I do some serious job hunting. I know I haven't gone "all up" with this blog yet but stick with me a bit-the best is yet to come.
Anyone checking this space out for Channel Zero events here in Boston be advised we are at the Zeitgeist Gallery October 25th for our special "Welcome to Stalinville U.S.A." video show.
The leaflets will be ready in a week and our standard mass-mailing will go out about then.

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