So what are y'all reading this summer?
I enjoyed Mysteries by Knut Hamsun, and look forward to reading his others. Now I'm picking up Dostoevsky's The Gambler, the collected (and translated) Kafka, and Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man: so far this last is getting the most time. Oh, and, though it has few words, I "read" Flood! by Eric Drooker.
Also out from the library are more Dostoevsky, some of Bukowski's letters, Orwell's collected essays, a little volume of Voltaire, an essay on Aen. IV by R.G. Austin, 2001 Nights by Yukinobi Hoshino, a book about Chomsky, and a pretty good translation of Ovid's Amores, not to mention the several books I've recently come to own and look forward to reading.
And at the risk of continuing to sound like a pompous ass-hole, I'm also using the relative leisure to build Linux from scratch for my annual computing refreshment. You guys?