2013 Guests’ Books

2013 Guests’ Favorite Books, as per The Guest List: 2013

Charles Blackstone (begins 26:10)
Tampa – Alissa Nutting

Lisa Borders (begins at 30:40)
All This Talk of Love: A Novel – Christopher Castellani

Scott Edelman (begins 16:45)
The Man from Mars: Ray Palmer’s Amazing Pulp Journey – Fred Nadis

Drew Friedman (begins 25:15)
Super Boys: The Amazing Adventures of Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster–the Creators of Superman – Brad Ricca

Kipp Friedman (begins at 39:20)
Blood Meridian: Or the Evening Redness in the West – Cormac McCarthy

Craig Gidney (begins 8:20)
A Stranger in Olondria – Sofia Samatar

Ed Hermance (begins (11:45)
Confronting the Classics: Traditions, Adventures, and Innovations – Mary Beard

Nancy Hightower (begins 18:00)
The Waking Engine – David Edison
Sea Change – S.M. Wheeler

Jonathan Hyman (begins 21:45)
The Power Broker: Robert Moses and the Fall of New York – Robert Caro

Maxim Jakubowski (begins at 30:30)
The Art of Disappearing – Ivy Pochoda

Ben Katchor (begins 13:30)
Closing Time: A Memoir – Joe Queenan

Ian Kelley (begins 15:50)
Skagboys – Irvine Welsh

Roger Langridge (begins at 28:00)
Double Barrel – Zander Cannon, Kevin Cannon and Tim Sievert

Phillip Lopate (begins 23:40)
My Face for the World to See – Alfred Hayes
Contempt – Alberto Moravia

Hooman Majd (begins at 29:40)
After Visiting Friends: A Son’s Story – Michael Hainey

Zach Martin (begins at 32:35)
Anna Karenina – Tolstoy

Ron Rosenbaum (begins 2:45)
The Erotic Poems – Ovid (tr. Green)

David Rothenberg (begins 19:00)
The Woman Who Lost Her Soul – Bob Shacochis

Willard Spiegelman (begins 4:20)
All That Is – James Salter
Necessary Errors – Caleb Crain

Peter Trachtenberg (begins at 37:35)
The Patrick Melrose Novels: Never Mind, Bad News, Some Hope, and Mother’s Milk – Edward St. Aubyn
At Last – Edward St. Aubyn

Wallis Wilde-Menozzi (begins 14:00)
God’s Hotel: A Doctor, a Hospital, and a Pilgrimage to the Heart of Medicine – Victoria Sweet

Matt Wuerker (begins 7:25)
River of Smoke – Amitav Ghosh
Monsoon: The Indian Ocean and the Future of American Power – Robert Kaplan

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