More Books. Less Papercuts.
The End of San Francisco: Is San Francisco no longer the place for queers to cope? The roots of the glorious city and travels across the country are told with the beautiful mess of drugs, sex and unwanted hipsters, a memoir by Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore that will seep into your bloodstream with sarcasm and fluidity.
Into the Wild: What seems like a spur of the moment trip for Christopher McCandless is a road map of discovery through connection, frigidity and strength. The book was adapted for the film of the same title starring Emile Hirsch.
David Bowie Is: Edgy, remarkable, ass chaps. The incredible Big Stick color cover holds pages of artwork, lyrics and costumes that could make the Smithsonian weep. Gucci Creative Director Frida Giannini wrote one of the many great forwards. Edited by Victoria Broackes and Geoffrey Marsh.
I am reading “Salvage and Demolition” by Tim Powers.