November, 2019: What I Read

Most of my reading in November took place by the window of a roach-haunted flat in Kuala Lumpur. On the horizon I could see clouds rolling between tall buildings. Mist by morning, smog by noon, rain by evening. This is what I read.

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October, 2019: What I Read

This month was particularly disjointed for me, divided between Toronto, Boston, Singapore, and Kuala Lumpur, and riven by two unusually long periods of migraine headache. As always during such times, books — and especially long, involving books — were a solid ground to stand on, an invariable pleasure in disorienting circumstances. This is what I read.

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