i had no intentions of neglecting this poor blog for so long...once the holiday hit life went from 0-60 and i've been stuck in the quagmire ever since. i haven't forgotten about rad library, however, and have collected some wonderful internet gems.
sorted books project by nina katchadourian...an interesting project using book titles/spines as literary art and found/created text...i love this idea of using already formed titles as text. along the same vein as surrealist, cubist, dadaist thinking...via things magazine.
which are the best books that never existed?...a question and answer posed by the guardian...makes me think back to beloved characters and how i wish i knew more about the totality of their existenses...also via things magazine.
book mooch this point-driven book exchange is a wonderful way to recycle books and spend less on your reading materials.
planet ebook offers tons of classics available for free download...if you subscribe to their newsletter they'll alert you to newly available works.
100 noteable books of 2008 as picked by the new york times...fiction and non-fiction, and i have not read even one of these books.
a collection of millie the model comics and lots more too at i'm learning to share via automatism.
read print...a free online library...listed by author, also with some great historical information on each.