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Reading List 7 of 2019

July 19, 2019

Covers the period from 6.28.2019 through 7.18.19

 

I/we own 3 of these items. I watched 10 items in the cinema/on Youtube/via streaming. Baltimore County Public Library system supplied 5 of the books and DVDs. Libraries outside of Baltimore County, via Inter-Library Loan, supplied the other 3 items.

{Women}

 

Films & TV:

  1. Can You Ever Forgive Me?, directed by Marielle Heller
  2. Chopsticks, written & directed by Sachin Yardi {Hindi – India}
  3. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, directed by Chris Columbus
  4. Late Night, directed by Nisha Ganatra, written by Mindy Kaling
  5. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, directed by Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, and Rodney Rothman
  6. Toy Story 4, directed by Josh Cooley
  7. Sherlock, season 1 & 2/3 of season 2, created by Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat
  8. Stranger Things, 1/3 of season 3, created by the Duffer Brothers

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AZIRAPHALE & WALES, Part 1

 

  1. Baroque Dance: Gavotte a 4, by La Belle Danse
  2. Gavotte dâ Honneur, by Roy Butler
  3. Good Omens*, serial, directed by Douglas Mackinnon, written by Neil Gaiman (watched 3 more times)

 

*Good Omens flavoured my whole month: the Aziraphale & Crowley OTP — quite unexpectedly — sparked complex feelings and memories => insights and revelations.

Michael Sheen & David Tennant are awesome.

(Also loved new-to-me Adria Arjona.)

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Now that fanfiction memes are all over my IG feed… I’m also Team Black Hermione, Drarry, Luna & Neville; Johnlock; Beelzebub & Gabriel.

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Celtic Poetry:

  1. Anglo-Welsh Poetry, 1480–1990, edited by Raymond Garlick & Roland Mathias
  2. The Literature of the Kymry by Thomas Stephens [1849!]
  3. Walking the White Fields: Poems, 1967–1980 by Leslie Norris
  4. [Video] Gwyneth Lewis on the role of the subconscious in writing
  5. [Video] Learn Welsh for Beginners: Lesson 1
  6. Wain: LGBT Reimaginings of Scottish Folklore; poems by Rachel Plummer, illustrations by Helene Boppert

 

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Poetry:

  1. bone by Yrsa Daley-Ward
  2. Evidence by Mary Oliver

 

YA:

  1. Call It What You Want by Brigid Kemmerer
  2. I Wish You All the Best by Mason Deaver //nonbinary MC; nonbinary author//

 

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