Saturday, October 20, 2007

Current Bookmarks

(click to see reverse sides)

Lectures on Faith, by Joseph Smith, page 14

Two or Three Things I Know For Sure, by Dorothy Allison, page 70

Writing with Style, by John R. Trimble, page 25

Reading Rhetorically, page 118

Botany of Desire, by Michael Pollan, page 86

Modern Korean Literature, edited by Chung Chong-Wha, page 28

Hallowe'en Party, by Agatha Christie, page 2

The Missouri Review, page 44

Writing as Reflective Action, page 258

Dracula, by Bram Stoker, page 360

The Milionaire Next Door, by Thomas J. Stanley, Ph.D. and William D. Danko, Ph.D., page 20

The Tale of Genji, by Murasaki Shikibu, page 231

Great Books, by David Denby, page 278

5 comments:

The Hippo said...

i hate you and i think you know why.

Janssen said...

I LOVE "The Millionaire Next Door." Also, this post.

(And my mom saw your comment about Kevin Costner and wrote me back to say "he shouldn't be on the list - he's creepy.")

editorgirl said...

A completely genius post. And comforting to know someone whose BYU ID card rivals my own. (I left mine out in the sun one summer and it curled up. Rather than get a new one, I ironed it flat.)

Bart Bradshaw said...

For the modern Korean literature bookmark, I'm assuming BYOB stands for Bring Your Own Bulgogi?

Katherine said...

Suppose I sent you some exciting new bookmarks, and you sent me those Cafe Rio cards... How 'bout it?