Dig My Bookish Mood. What’s yours?

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Dig My Bookish Mood:

Here’s some of what’s on my reading agenda & reading/re-reading shelf right now. What are you reading / fixin to read these days?

Send me your list! Dig?


Baker, Deborah. A Blue Hand: The Beats in India. 2008.

Bond, Ruskin and Gokhale, Namita. Himalaya: Adventures, Meditations, Life. 2016.

Breckman, Warren. Adventures of the Symbolic: Post-Marxism and Radical Democracy. 2015.

Cardenal Martinez, Ernesto. From the Monastery to the World: The Letters of Thomas Merton and Ernesto Cardenal. (Due out in March 2017.)

Daumal, René. Mount Analogue: A Novel of Symbolically Authentic Non-Euclidean Adventures in Mountain Climbing. 1959.

Dutta, Dr. Bhupendranath. Mystic Tales of Lama Taranatha. 1996.

Davis, Matthew and Michael Scott. Opening the Mountain: Circumambulating Mount Tamalpais, A Ritual Walk. 2006.

Gonnerman, Mark. A Sense of the Whole: Reading Gary Snyder’s Mountains and Rivers Without End. 2015.

Hinton, David. Existence: A Story. 2016.

Katoh, Amy Sylvester. Japan Country Living: Spirit, Tradition, Style. 2005.

Loeffler, Jack and Celestia Loeffler (eds). Thinking Like a Watershed: Voices from the West. 2012.

Mandel, William. Saying No to Power: Autobiography of a 20th Century Activist and Thinker. 1999.

Miller, Luree. On Top of the World: Five Women Explorers in Tibet. 2000.

Norton, Christopher. Everest Revealed: The Private Diaries and Sketches of Edward Norton, 1922-24.  2015.

Porter, Bill (Red Pine). Finding Them Gone: Visiting China’s Poets of the Past. 2016

Porter, Bill. The Silk Road: Taking the Bus to Pakistan. 2016.

Porter, Bill. South of the Clouds: Travels in Southwest China. 2015.

Porter, Bill. South of the Yangtze. 2016.

Roberts, Ian. Creative Authenticity. 2004.

Rodrigue, Wendy W. The Other Side of the Painting. 2013.

Saijo, Albert. Woodrat Flat. 2015.

Snyder, Gary. The Great Clod: Notes and Memoirs on Nature and History in East Asia. 2016.

Yu, Timothy. 15 Chinese Silences. 2012.


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