Winter Reading – Obi Kaufmann. I love my library. I keep it light, I don’t want to own cases and cases full of books. I want to collect choice editions and keep it current. I am an avid donator of old tomes after I have thoroughly integrated them into my soul. Here is what I am moving through this season.
-“He asked himself what is a woman standing in the stairs in the shadow, listening to distant music, a symbol of.” J.Joyce
– memoir by Vogue’s creative director throughout the latter half of the 20th century.
-moody and evocative Swedish cookbook with a narrative as compelling as the recipes.
– magazine of/about plants/gardening: Japanese potted plants, Joshua trees…
-wild mushroom recipes
– just realized this beautiful photo/culture mag was gay. Expertly styled.
– finally! a modern adaptation of the Welsh classic; dreamy, wild and ruthless faery tales from the old world.
– a microcosm of 20th century American literature wrapped up in a fascinating biography with a timely message of ecological conservation.
– Father Yod! oh wow.
– magazine by cooks for cooks