The Uni Library Haul

The Power of Myth - Joseph Campbell, Bill Moyers The Hero with a Thousand Faces - Joseph Campbell, David Kudler The Future is Japanese: Science Fiction Futures and Brand New Fantasies from and about Japan. - Masumi Washington, Nick Mamatas, Ken Liu, Felicity Savage, David Moles, Project Itoh, Rachel Swirsky, Toh EnJoe, Pat Cadigan, Issui Ogawa, Catherynne M. Valente, Ekaterina Sedia, Hideyuki Kikuchi, Bruce Sterling, TOBI Hirotaka Hyperspace - Michio Kaku Reload: Rethinking Women + Cyberculture - The Juniper Game (Point) - Sherryl Jordan Palm-of-the-Hand Stories - J. Martin Holman, Lane Dunlop, Yasunari Kawabata

Let's see if I can finish these books before my last undergrad semester begins...


...I've just started The Power of Myth and I'm restraining myself from quoting. I can't wait to read Hero of a Thousand Faces.


I grabbed The Future is Japanese because of the anthology's theme. I'm also a fan of Catherynne Valente's and Ken Liu's writing.


I picked up Hyperspace because it mentioned parallel universes. Michio Kaku is on my must-read list for non-fiction.


Reload: Rethinking Women + Cyberculture. This one contains critical commentary on gender and sci fi. The collection also includes Feminist cyberpunk short stories by writers I want to check out. E.g. Octavia E. Butler, Anne McCaffrey & Alice B. Sheldon - alias - James Tiptree Jr. 


I loved Winter of Fire by Sherryl Jordan so I'm curious to see what her YA sci-fi is like in The Juniper Game.


I wonder if Palm of the Hand Stories will be on my Japanese Lit. list next semester.