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Annotated bibliographies of the insides of our collective heads

A roundup of everyone's posts

Originally published December 16, 2019
Last updated December 17, 2019
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About two weeks ago I invited people to post about the books they can’t shut up about, aka an annotated bibliography of the inside of their heads. This is the roundup post linking to the blogs of everyone who participated.

I’ve certainly gained a few books on my “to be read” list from reading everyone else’s recommendations. How about you?

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  1. Rachel Barenblat on December 17, 2019 at 6:03 am

    I totally wanted to participate in this, and then life got overwhelming. My list would likely include Rodger Kamenetz’s “The Jew in the Lotus,” which was formative for me and continues to reverberate in my brain, and Becky Chambers’ Wayfarers books, especially “Record of a Spaceborn Few.”

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