December 10, 2012
I grew up in the Northeast, and moved down here during my junior year of high school. I ended up going to William and Mary for undergrad, but then moving out of the country for graduate school. Upon returning from Jerusalem, I moved back to the area and started teaching at the Williamsburg Montessori School. I teach Spanish and Humanities to some lovely adolescents, and am currently completing my Montessori certification.
Underground, by Haruki Murakami
That's a hard question to answer. Jude the Obscure, by Thomas Hardy; Kafka on the Shore, by Haruki Murakami. Anything by Etgar Keret or Naguib Mahfouz.
I love reading, but often find I have no one with whom to discuss books (apart from some grad school friends that are thousands of miles away). Goodreads is great, but there's something about getting together and discussing a book.