Any suggestions for our June book? I'd love to read something that's new for as many people as possible. Is there something on your to-read list that you'd love an excuse to jump to? Let us know.
As usual, I'll take suggestions for a few days and put up the voting poll shortly.
I'll second yhlee's suggestion of the Adrienne Rich, since I have it sitting unread on my shelves.
Other suggestions from my sadly vast piles of unread books:
- Alberto Manguel, A History of Reading
- Emma Donoghue, Slammerkin
- Robertson Davies, What's Bred in the Bone (I think this has been suggested before)
Or I'd still love to read Sedaris's Naked, from last month's poll.
Miss Smilla's feeling for Snow http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/de