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by Christopher Mudiappahpillai

Thanks to the power of Flickr and that script that I got for pictures I’ve taken recently (Or not so recently. I’m busy, I tell you.) it is now possible for you to see pictures of the albums that I’m listening to.

Updated everytime I start listening to something new. Like today.

Who nose, maybe I’ll even start doing it with books. Until then, however, we are reading, in no particular order:

Baldwin – Going to Meet the Man
Lahiri – Interpreter of Maladies
Allen – Getting Things Done
Willard – The Divine Conspiracy
Martin – A Feast for Crows
Lamott – Bird by Bird

And that’s it.

Also, Lahiri… If that’s what it takes the win the Pulitzer, I have one in my future as well. I mean, really. They seem to be handing them out to everyone these days.

And the Baldwin. So beautiful and so painful at the same time. The story, “This Morning, This Evening, So Soon” is especially relevant considering the happenings in Paris of late.

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  1. December 15, 2005

    Hi Chris,
    “Also, Lahiri… If that’s what it takes the win the Pulitzer, I have one in my future as well. I mean, really. They seem to be handing them out to everyone these days.”

    Care to expand as to why you arrived at this conclusion in regards to Lahiri’s work? I actually enjoyed her collection of short stories. So I had high hopes for her novel, “The Namesake” but walked away a bit disappointed. If I recall correctly, they are planning to make a movie out of the novel.
    Kesi

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