I’m shortly going to be moving down to Florida to join my daughter in her new home. There’s lots of space but I will have to cut down on the number of ink and paper books I keep around and rely even more on digital editions and my trusty iPad. But one thing concerns me: I normally do not save books after I have read them (only scholarly texts and books I want to study further, as a rule) but that doesn’t hold true for journals and collections. I tend to read a little here and a little there in these types of books.
So the question is: what do I do with my years of Tin House and Conjunctions?
Time is short and just to force my hand, Issue 66 of Tin House arrived in my mailbox. Look at the goodies in this issue … who wouldn’t want to add these authors to their winter reading list: