New York, NYUSA 10025
May 11, 2012
I have been reading comis all my life. I am primarily interested in super heroes, though I am looking to broaden my reading. I also like Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror literature, but not in comics.
Last month I read The Completew Mouse by Art Spiegelman.
Mostly the complete lines of Marvel and DC.
Stuck Rubber Baby
"Enchantments…" is not a book you can check out, and so, not a feasible choice for me. Sorry you didn't consider A Different Light. When I first read it, I immediately reread it, because I didn't want it to be over!
Why not book the 3rd Floor Community Room of the Muhlenberg Library? or meet at a park, weather permitting? I'm across the street from Chelsea Park, but there are others that are nice and nearby.
Hey David. Thanks for being honest. See, "...a bit dark" doesn't sound like a fun read.
Hey David. Thanks for the message. I read the Wikipedia synopsis for "Heritage Of Hastur". I'm very sorry, it just didn't grab my attention. Reading "Sirens of Titan" was like reading for a college course. There was no joy in reading it. I read it because it was required for the group. I really don't want to do another reading that feels like a requirement. I want fun or exciting, not something that feels like a requirement. I'm very sorry. :-(
Luckily I was able to find my inhaler. In this weather I have to make sure that I have it with me.
Thanks for worrying.
I'll have to figure out the transportion before I make a decision.
In any case, I would vote for the book by Marion Zimmer Bradley. I've heard a lot of good things about her books.
We'll talk at the Fantasy/Sci-Fi group on the 9th.
While I love sci-fi the trip to Brooklyn is too much for me. I live in Jersey City, and getting to Manhattan is complicated enough.
I am curious about what happened last Thursday. I didn't see you in the restaurant. When I got home I saw that the meeting would have been just you and me. Did you show up, or just cancel the meeting?
Hi David! Personally I'm not that into science fiction / fantasy. I'll try to come up with a few suggestions over the weekend. Oooh--I was going to suggest Larry Kramer's _Faggots_.
Thoroughly enjoyed 1Q84, but it is a very big book and may take a while for a group to finish. Very entertaining and lots to discuss and share. There are some good questions to consider once the book is finished, so it would make for great conversation. Just not sure if group would have the time to dedicate to such a big read. Look forward to the upcoming selections!! Thank you, James
Hi, David --
Thanks for your two emails. I wasn't able to respond before until I became an approved member of your group.
There's nothing wrong with your group or anything I dislike at all. I have a limited amount of characters in this posting so if you'd like to email me ([masked]) and I can fully explain.