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Seattle, WA
Hometown: Seattle

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July 17, 2013

Please list three favorite works of literature:

Lolita (that's probably on everyone's list) Middlemarch (so formative of my sensibilities) One Hundred Years of Solitude

Do you have a favorite literary time or movement? If so, what?

Early-mid 20th Century

Do you have a favorite or go-to style of literary criticism? If so, what?

Not I just try to enjoy it, but previously post-structuralist.

Please list three favorite authors:

Nabokov, Joyce, Faulkner

What was the last book that you thoroughly enjoyed?

Though the writing style wasn't great, reading Erik Larson's "In the Garden of the Beasts" while visiting Berlin was fascinating.


A friend suggested I should be reading ten times as much as I write, so here's a good way to structure that task. Undergrad major was English, but I drifted to other academic realms after that. Now the currents are carrying me back to literature.

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