Get Lit, exhibit A

The always stunning NatPo suggestively encourages extracurricular literary activities.

*A Note from the Architect of August is ready for reading:

“My Reading List”

My reading list of late has been quite high & I feel I haven’t been very present or steady with it, but the problem is I’ve just been stretched really thin. I’m on the last stretch of “Shantaram” by David Gregory Roberts. I have been eagerly awaiting what promises to be a delicious read: “Blood Meridian” by Cormac McCarthy. I am halfway thru a modern gothic e-novel entitled “Stranger Will” by Caleb J Ross. I have been working my way thru the exercises in one “Prometheus Rising” by Robert Anton Wilson. I have been consumed by a variety of poets. I get caught up in the short stories of Amy Hempel. A copy of “The Dream Hunters” by Neil Gaiman & Yoshitaka Amano peeks out at me. I take daily doses of wisdom from some illuminative manuscript or other. I breeze thru news sources & actually read the blog content of others. This, on top of what I must read for university.

The plus side of all this is there’s lots of material in ALD’s cannon! I’m really looking to build a thicker stream of content for ALD, and with the end of the semester drawing near, I’m sure the time will come. Meanwhile, I suppose I shouldn’t feel weird about posting books I haven’t read but that catch my interest, cover designs, & things I’ve added to my personal reading list, old books I buy (but don’t necessarily read right away), or even noteworthy reblogs from my own wanderings thru other online literary journals. Yeah, yeah, I like this plan. Stay tune for more, dear reader.

~ Infinitely Yours, your brother in arms, The Architect of August

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