Hit or Miss, September 2012

Here’s what I’ve been reading and viewing for the past month.  (You can click on the links for short reviews or comments I’ve left elsewhere.)


  • Zoheleth (J. Francis Hudson)
  • Northern Girls (Sheng Keyi)
  • A Short History of Nearly Everything (Bill Bryson)
  • Icarus Airlines (Taylor Mali)
  • Vulcan’s Workshop (Harl Vincent)
  • The Plague (Albert Camus)
  • Hachi (movie)
  • From the Cables of Genoside (Lorna Dee Cerventes)
  • Source Code (movie)
  • Moneyball (movie)
  • Player Piano (Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.)
  • White Deer Plain (movie)
  • Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me (onstage)
  • Orlando (Virginia Woolf)
  • Edgar Allan Poe Collection
  • Six Degrees of Separation (John Guare)

Along with the most recent issues of several magazines, including:  Beyond Centauri, Star*Line


  • none!

Neither Hit Nor Miss

  • The Future of Ice (Gretel Ehrlich) – this one is hard to rate, because there were things I loved and things I loathed

So how was September reading and viewing for you?


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