Somehow, managed to complete week 3's books with some hours to spare. And I only just now realized that I've been gorging, bingeing all March--at least there are no negative physical side effects (still got decent hair, nails, skin, teeth--all the valuables of a corpse.)
It's been tough deciding what the final week's books shall be, so here's what I've got planned for March 22-28:
- Mark Levine's Debt and Enola Gay (reread, so counts as 0.5 each)
- Gaston Bachelard's The Poetics of Space (ambitious and cruel to add this as part of the 5-book-a-week challenge.)
- C.D. Wright's Steal Away
- John Berrymans' The Dream Songs (also ambitious but delicious--in the way that blood is delicious)
- Rainer Maria Rilke's Duino Elegies (if I can find my copy).
What didn't make the list were the spouses/significant others: Forrest Gander, Emily Wilson. I also wanted to reread Brenda Hillmans' Loose Sugar and have decided that in the remainder of my hours at work, I'll try to do Hillman AND Wilson.
Basically, I like to see myself f(l)ail.
Not sure what to do with the straggler dates of March 29-31. Perhaps I'll gift myself that book-diet-free time to actually ruminate on all I've processed/notated to prepare for my grueling 30/30.
Doom is near! And I will wear a wonderful dress for him!