Saturday, July 02, 2005
Swenson gets green; very nutritious!
What pretty books! All hand-sized and pocket-sized and purse-sized in their printed goodness. All with pretty green letters on their shiny spines. All neat and humble in their modest stature on your shelf. All opening their delicious lanky verbiage within. In a nutshell: fetish-worthy. Yum Yum words. Cracked open tasty lexis. Tongue tempting texty treats.
Get a green summer lover. Get three. Go here. Green Integer books are da bomb bomb.
Go eat and eat and eat.
We like the way these taste:
Tender Buttons by Gertrude Stein
Noon by Cole Swenson
My Life by Lyn Hejinian
At the Damascus Gate by Elana Greenfield
Across the Darkness of the River by Hsi Muren
What are you reading this summer?