Reading List

  1. Douglas Adams | The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
  2. Naomi Alderman | The Power
  3. Clive Barker | Weave World
  4. James Barron | Author Page on The New York Times
  5. Samuel Beckett | Waiting for Godot
  6. Charles Bukowski | Factotum
  7. Anthony Burgess | A Clockwork Orange
  8. William S. Burroughs | Naked Lunch
  9. Robert Olen Butler | Mr. Spaceman
  10. Raymond Carver | What We Talk About When We Talk About Love
  11. Ferdinand Celine | Journey to the End of the Night
  12. Michael Chabon | The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay
  13. Ernest Cline | Ready Player One
  14. ee cummings | The Enormous Room
  15. Fyodor Dostoevsky | Crime and Punishment
  16. Dave Eggers | A Heartbreaking Work Of Staggering Genius
  17. Ralph Ellison | Invisible Man
  18. F. Scott Fitzgerald | The Great Gatsby
  19. Neil Gaiman | American Gods
  20. Mark Haddon | The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
  21. Joseph Heller | Catch-22
  22. Ernest Hemingway | A Moveable Feast
  23. Homer | The Odyssey
  24. James Joyce | Ulysses
  25. Jack Kerouac | On the Road
  26. Stephen King | On Writing: A Memoir Of The Craft
  27. Natsuo Kirino | Grotesque
  28. Steve Krug | Don’t Make Me Think
  29. Milan Kundera | Immortality
  30. Norma J. Livo and Sandra A. Rietz | Storytelling: Process and Practice
  31. David Mamet | A Letter from David Mamet to the Writers of The Unit
  32. Gabriel Garcia Marquez | One Hundred Years of Solitude
  33. George R.R. Martin | Game of Thrones
  34. Cormac McCarthy | Blood Meridian
  35. Scott McCloud | Understanding Comics
  36. Robert McKee | Story
  37. Henry Miller | The Colossus of Maroussi
  38. Bharati Mukherjee | The Middleman and Other Stories
  39. Haruki Murakami | 1Q84
  40. Don Norman | The Design of Everyday Things
  41. Flannery O’Connor | A Good Man Is Hard to Find and Other Stories
  42. Ada Palmer | Terra Ignota series
  43. Edgar Allen Poe | The Cask of Amontillado
  44. Richard Powers | The Overstory
  45. Marcel Proust | Remembrance of Things Past
  46. Maurice Sendak | Where the Wild Things Are
  47. Kim Stanley Robinson | The Years of Rice and Salt
  48. J.D. Salinger | Franny and Zooey
  49. R. A. Salvatore | The Icewind Dale Trilogy
  50. Jean-Paul Sartre | Being and Nothingness
  51. Shakespeare | Hamlet
  52. Hunter S. Thompson | Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
  53. John Kennedy Toole | A Confederacy of Dunces
  54. Chögyam Trungpa | Cutting Through Spiritual Materialism
  55. Kurt Vonnegut | Breakfast of Champions and 8 Basics of Creative Writing (from Bagombo Snuff Box)
  56. Andy Warhol | The Philosophy of Andy Warhol (From A to B and Back Again)
  57. Robert Charles Wilson | Spin
  58. Tom Wolfe | I Am Charlotte Simmons

 

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