The Book Club

I often include thoughts and reviews of current books I'm reading. These posts are starting to pile up so I thought I'd give them their own page. Welcome to the ArtWrestler's Book Club! Feel free to comment or suggest a book for us to read.

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2.  Is Happiness A Talent?
3.  How To Be Idle
4.  Don't Try
5.  Food Glorious Food

6.  On Looking, Part 2
7.  You See I Want A Lot
8.  It May Not Always Start In The Art Studio

9.  Solitude
10.  Art Books
11.  The Quarter Acre Farm
12.  Which Of These?
13.  Very Bohemian

14. Secrets of the Muse   

Read's good for you

White Oleander by Janet Fitch
Lives of the Artists by Calvin Tomkins 
Night Studio: A Memoir of Philip Guston by Musa Mayer 
Daybook: the Journal of an Artist by Anne Truitt 
A Short Life of Trouble: 40 Years in the New York Artworld by Marcia Tucker 
Interviews with Francis Bacon by David Sylvester 
Just Kids by Patti Smith 
Writing as Practice: Peripheral Continuity edited by Michi Jigarjian and Libby Pratt 
Daily Rituals by Mason Currey 
Eat Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert 
How To Be Idle by Tom Hodgkinson 
The Pleasures of the Damned by Charles Bukowski
Interaction With Color by Josef Albers 
Ex Libris, Confessions of a Common Reader by Anne Fadiman 
I Feel Bad About My Neck and Other Thoughts On Being A Woman by Nora Ephron
Book of Hours: Love Poems to God by Rainer Maria Rilke 
Gerhard Richter: Panorama by Achim Borchardt-Hume 
Blue Pastures by Mary Oliver 
Living and Sustaining A Creative Life edited by Sharon Louden 
Quarter Acre Farm by Spring Warren 
Hold Still by Sally Mann 
M Train by Patti Smith 
Why Does The Other Line Always Move Faster by David Andrews 
Daisy Miller by Henry James 
Lady of Yaddo by Lynn Esmay 
A Backward Glance: An Autobiography by Edith Wharton 
New York Diaries edited by Teresa Carpenter 
Solitude by Anthony Storr  
All The Time In The World: A Book of Hours by Jessica Kerwin Jenkins 
Cooking with Italian Grandmothers by Jessica Theroux 
The French Women Don't Get Fat Cookbook by Mireille Guiliano 
The Studio Reader edited by Mary Jane Jacob and Michelle Grabner   
On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft by Stephen King

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