Monthly Archives: March 2010

Reading List 2010

For the last couple of years I have kept a record of the books I read. I like to observe the connection of what I am reading to what I am writing. Here is my 2010 list:

Fifth Business – Robertson Davies
The Manticore – Robertson Davies
World of Wonders – Robertson Davies
The Old Man and the Sea – Ernest Hemingway
Joyland – Emily Schultz
The Monkeyface Chronicles – Richard Scarsbrook
Bullet Park – John Cheever
The Wine of Youth – John Fante
Dracula – Bram Stoker
American Stories from the Atlantic Monthly
The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and Other Tales – Robert Louis Stevenson
The Happiest Man Alive – a Biography of Henry Miller – Mary V. Dearborn
Birds of America – Lorrie Moore
The Glass Castle – Jeannette Walls
They Shall Inherit the Earth – Morley Callaghan
The God of Small Things – Arundhati Roy
Quentin Tarantino Interviews – Edited by Gerald Peary
Tropic of Hockey – Dave Bidini
Tempest-Tost – Robertson Davies
Leaven of Malice – Robertson Davies
The Golden Mean – Annabel Lyon
A Sane Man Vs. The Thing From The Woods And Other Pulp Fictions – Jeremy Milks
Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime and Other Stories – Oscar Wilde
Blindness – Jose Saramago
Heroes and Villians – Angela Carter
Lullabies for Little Criminals – Heather O’Neill
Endangered Species – Lawrence Grobel
Pygmalion – George Bernard Shaw
Laughable Loves – Milan Kundera
Mary Shelley: Her Work, Her Fiction, Her Monsters – Anne K. Mellor
Frankenstein – Mary Shelley
Geek Love – Katherine Dunn
Cockroach – Rawi Hage
Pulpy & Midge – Jessica Westhead
Smoke and Mirrors – Neil Gaiman
The Stories of John Cheever