Madison, WI -- August 9, 2007

Reading American Psycho, by Bret Easton Ellis. How is it? It’s alright, sort of weird.

Recently he read PulpCharles Bukowski’s Pulp and The World According to Garp, by John Irving.

His favorite book of all time--Breakfast of Champions, by Vonnegut. He likes the weird style. He read it a couple years ago and he’d like to read it again, but he loaned it to a friend and she never gave it back.

His own book? It'd be about a guy whose apartment gets infested with ants. (I'd just flicked an ant off my arm.)

What does he like about reading? He likes finishing. It makes him feel good--the whole of the book. He has a list of books he’s going to read next—Love in the Time of Cholera (he read A Hundred Years of Solitude earlier in the summer and really liked it) also books by Hemmingway and Philip K. Dick.

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