” border=”0″>Skipping Towards Gomorrrah, as a present sooner or later. In it, Savage proceeds to find an American sub-culture that embraces each one of the seven deadly sins, and then proceed to commit the sin with them. This is difficult, since Dan cannot marry (making adulty impossible) but he does make a good run at it.Read More
” border=”0″>Shut Up And Deal when I broke my ankle in Lake Tahoe recently.
I had a lot of time to sit in one place, and so I ploughed through most of the reading I brought with me. Jesse May, the protagonist of the book is two parts Charles Bukowski, one part card shark, and one part obsessive-compulsive. Written as a personal diary through several years of his life as a professional gambler, May shows us exactly what it is to ride the emotional roller coaster that is professional gambling.
I saw Sarah Vowell speak at the recent They Might Be Giants vs. McSweeney’s show here in DC. She read one short section from her bookRead More