I’ve been slowly reading Zen in the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance ever since I finished my summer reading. (After taking my first motorcycle ride this summer, I am hooked!)
As I travel along the road in Zen, I’ve prepared my fall reading list. As before, I want to read a book of fiction, non-fiction, poetry, one of writing instruction, and re-read a book. And again, I’d love to hear what you’re currently reading and what you recommend for my winter reading!
Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail by Cheryl Strayed
(Non-fiction) I didn’t choose this one, but happily received it as a gift from my mom! It was also recommended to me by Sion, the voice of one of my favorite blogs paris (im)perfect.
The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath
(Fiction) This came as a recommendation from Durham poet Pam Taylor, the force behind Poet’s Double Life.
And Here’s the Kicker: Conversations with 21 Humor Writers on Their Craft by Mike Sacks
(Non-fiction) As you may remember, I did stand-up comedy for the first time this year and I’m currently writing new material.
Wait by CK Williams
(poetry) I haven’t read any of Williams’ work yet, but he will be at the Dodge Poetry Fest in October—and so will I!