U.S.S.R. (January-June 2006)

  • William Gibson, Pattern Recognition
  • Mark Davis, Gangland
  • Dorothy Porter, What A Piece Of Work
  • Anna Funder, Stasiland
  • Mary Ellen Jordan, Balanda: My Year In Arnhem Land
  • Peter Carey, Wrong About Japan
  • Brett Dionysius, Universal Andalusia
  • Luke Beesley, Lemon Shark
  • Flannery O’Connor, Wise Blood
  • Nicholson Baker, Checkpoint
  • Mark Haddon, The Curious Incident of the Dog In the Night Time
  • Ban’ya Natsuishi, Right Eye in Twilight
  • Manning Clark, A Short History of Australia
  • Pam[ela] Brown, This World, This Place
  • Todd Swift (ed), Future Welcome: the Moosehead Anthology X
  • Phillip K. Dick, Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said
  • Patrick McCabe, Mondo Desperado!
  • David Niven, The Moon’s a Balloon
  • Maj Sjˆwall & Per Wahlˆˆ, The Laughing Policeman
  • Stuart Macintyre & Anna Clark, The History Wars
  • David G. Lanoue, Pure Land Haiku: The Art of Priest Issa
  • Overland (#181, Summer 2005)
  • Westerly (v. 50, 2005)
  • Leonard E. Barrett, Sr., The Rastafarians
  • Kazuo Ishiguro, The Remains Of the Day
  • Yasunari Kawabata, Snow Country
  • Kobo Abe, Inter Ice Age 4
  • Kazuo Ishiguro, Never Let Me Go

One comment

  1. I don’t understand, are these old communist manifestos, something to warm the commies’ hearts and feed the masses OR did someone read them on the way through Russia.

    I NEED sex with the widow Garrett and how…

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