Hey, Philip Connors, what’s on your bookshelf? 
mcnallyjackson:

“I’ve amassed a library that I inspect as I ponder a summer’s worth of  reading and try to anticipate what I’ll want to read over the course of a  season. This year, I’m bringing some Virginia Woolf — To the  Lighthouse, which I’ve never read — half a dozen issues of the London  Review of Books and New York Review of Books, a collection of Balzac  novellas, Mating by Norman Rush, Terry Castle’s new collection of  essays, The Professor.”
From this interview with Philip Connors in the Times.

Hey, Philip Connors, what’s on your bookshelf? 

mcnallyjackson:

“I’ve amassed a library that I inspect as I ponder a summer’s worth of reading and try to anticipate what I’ll want to read over the course of a season. This year, I’m bringing some Virginia Woolf — To the Lighthouse, which I’ve never read — half a dozen issues of the London Review of Books and New York Review of Books, a collection of Balzac novellas, Mating by Norman Rush, Terry Castle’s new collection of essays, The Professor.”

From this interview with Philip Connors in the Times.