Graves' fraudulent Rubaiyyat is breath-taking, as always. Cherry-Garrard, Carr, Stoppard and Ryman are also happy additions to this month's reading. But Barthes' Lover's Discourse is an observed and poignant pattern language of love. Recommended.
Speaking at ETech. I've snagged a last minute speaking spot today (Tuesday) at 16h55, in the Mission Hills room--I'll be rambling through ideas from science fiction and vaguely relating it to design (a toned version of this talk). Come along. (I gave a 5 minute science fictional tour of the Solar System yesterday, as part of the Ignite session. This will be similar.)