Count me in. Am reading Kurt Vonnegot's heretofore unpublished short stories and sketches right now, which were mostly written before he got famous. It's interesting to see how his style and the themes of his novels emerged.
Wondering what a good way would be to select a book for everyone to read--maybe put names in a hat and draw?
I'd be interested - agree with the every other month.
I am in the middle of Christopher Plummer's (Col. Van Trapp - Sound of Music) autobiography. Heard him on NPR and thought it sounded interesting. I would welcome a new read - the book is painful. 750 pages of pompous recollections of theatre productions and classical actors/directors I've never heard of.