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Megan

Two Coffehouse titles I am excited about are Fermin: Adventures of a Metropolitan Lowlife, which chronicles the life of a literate rat living in a bookstore, and A Strange Commonplace by Gilbert Sorrentino. They both look excellent.

Maxwell

I live alone in Reading.

Urrrr…clack!
…ping…ping…
…ping
Eerrrk…
…whoooo…whooo…wheee

I sleep with a Dictaphone on to pick up noises.

I have a good one that begins recording when there is a sound; a clap, for instance, or a gunshot. Only problem is that it wouldn’t pick up the clap or gunshot, but everything that followed.
I wake up, re-wind the Dictaphone and then pull the covers over my head and press ‘play’. I make notes of all the sounds that I hear.

Tick, tock, tick, tock…
…whoooeeee…tack!
Tictictictic…

The machine itself had its own distinctive sound; a kind of high-pitched whirr, underlying everything else.
It feels good listening to the machine; as if, in some way, I am keeping everything in control and under order.

I suppose I am rather obsessive.

I can spend minutes staring at the door handle in the bathroom, trying to figure out how to open it without having to wash my hands again. Inevitably I will try to use my feet, but sometimes this is more difficult that it’s worth. So I’ll turn the handle with my fingertips, start the tap and wash my hands again; not an easy maneuver. But once the door is ajar, I can hook it open the rest of the way with my feet, all nice and clean in my socks.

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