Books read in 1999

1-1Poems Maya Angelou
1-2Susie Bright's Sexual State of the Union Susie Bright
1-3Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood Rebecca Wells
1-4Galatea 2.2. Richard Powers
1-6On Writing Well William Zinsser
1-10The Revenge By Love David Dooley
1-11Lost Pages Paul Di Filippo
1-15Sleep Thieves Stanley Coren
1-16Ruined by Reading Lynne Sharon Schwartz
1-16Trying to Save Piggy Sneed John Irving
1-20Distraction Bruce Sterling
1-31The Maverick Poets Steve Kowit,ed
2-1The Three Women K Helke Sander
2-15Mating Norman Rush
2-19Mindstar Rising peter F. Hamilton
2-23Variations on all the Perfect Things David Gregor
2-26The Cider House Rules John Irving
3-1Stardust Neil Gaiman
3-7View with a Grain of Sand Wislawa Szymborska
3-10Pink Gus Van Sant
3-11The Lust Lizard of Melancholy Cove Christopher Moore
3-16Canary in a Cat House Kurt Vonnegut
3-19Sexwise Susie Bright
3-20Food of the Gods Terence McKenna
3-21American Places William Zinsser
3-22The Book of Guys Garrison Keillor
3-23Looking for Peoria Dennis McBride
3-27Einstein's Dreams Alan Lightman
3-29A Quantum Murder Peter F. Hamilton
4-8Swing! The New Retro Renaissance V. Vale
4-8Nebula Awards 25Michael Bishop,ed
4-10If You Want to Write Brenda Euland
4-12Ki Te Ao Apirana Taylor
4-13The State of the Art Iain M. Banks
4-15Loose Woman Sandrea Cisneros
4-18Swingin' at the Savoy Norma Miller
4-25These are My Rivers Lawrence Ferlinghetti
4-26A Deepness in the Sky Vernor Vinge
4-28Elements of Style Strunk & White
5-1Beasts John Crowley
5-2The Meaning of it All Richard P. Feynman
5-2A Gentle Madness Nicholas A. Babanes
5-3Tales of the Unexpected Roald Dahl
5-5The Mammoth Book of International EroticaMaxim Jakubowski,ed
5-6Starplex Robert J. Sawyer
5-8Going Home Again Howard Waldrop
5-12The Dream Police Dennis Cooper
5-15Cryptonomicon Neal Stephenson
5-16Everything is Under Control Robert Anton Wilson
5-30Prisoner's Dilemma Richard Powers
6-3Wild Seed Octavia Butler
6-7On Cats & Dogs Neil Gaiman
6-9Nine Hard Questions about the Nature of the Universe Lewis Shiner
6-15The Nano Flower Peter F. Hamilton
6-16Papas' Portland Bill & Tessa Papas
6-21Naked PoetryStephen Berg & Robert Mezey,ed
6-23Robot Visions Isaac Asimov
7-2The Guide to Getting it On! Paul Joannides
7-3NanotechJack Dann & Gardner Dozois,ed
7-9The Martian Chronicles Ray Bradbury
7-12Diaspora Greg Egan
7-13The Meaning of Liff Douglas Adams and John Lloyd
7-15Future Shock Alvin Toffler
7-19Buxton Spice Oonya Kempadoo
7-23Cassell Dictionary of Sex Quotations
7-27The Fishmonger Cookbook Dorothy Batchelder
7-30Disco 2000Sarah Champion,ed
7-31Questions about Angels Billy Collins
7-31Wormwood Poppy Z. Brite
8-6Glory Season David Brin
8-8Sex for Beginners Errol Selkirk
8-10Blood Music Greg Bear
8-13Susie Bright's Sexual Reality Susie Bright
8-23Luminous Greg Egan
8-27Resume with Monsters William Browning Spencer
9-2Terenesia Greg Egan
9-6Lord of Light Roger Zelazny
9-6The Book of Ultimate Truths Robert Rankin
9-12The Color of Culture II Mona Lake Jones
9-14Bagombo Snuff Box Kurt Vonnegut
9-15Ender's Shadow Orson Scott Card
9-24Darwin's Radio Greg Bear
10-3The Web: Lightstorm Peter F. Hamilton
10-10Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World Haruki Murakami
10-15Permutation City Greg Egan (accidental re-read)
10-20Evolution's Shore Ian McDonald
11-02The Naked God Peter F. Hamilton
11-05All Tomorrow's Parties William Gibson
11-08The Eternal Footman James Morrow
11-15A Good Old-Fashioned Future Bruce Sterling
11-26The Apple That Astonished Paris Billy Collins
12-5U and I Nicholson Baker
12-8The Sandman: The Dream Hunters Neil Gaiman
12-10Infinite Jest David Foster Wallace
12-1121st Annual World Fantasy Convention -- 1995
12-14The Naked Sun Isaac Asimov
12-22Smoke and Mirrors Neil Gaiman
12-22The Color of Culture Mona Lake Jones
12-23Borges on Writing Jorge Luis Borges
12-25Honk If You Love Afrodite Daniel Evan Weiss
12-26Geek Love Katherine Dunn
12-27The Garden of Iden Kage Baker
12-29The River of Time David Brin

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