News Ticker

Show Us Your Stack!

A few days ago, BoingBoing posted about a Flickr set for “reading stacks”.

I finally got around to taking a snapshot of my own reading stack…by which I mean just one of the stacks that’s not stored in one of the boxes that I use to hide my biblioholism. Also, this does not include any books received from publishers.

My contribution is shown in this post’s image…click the image to see the larger version.

How about it, SF Signal readers? Show us your stacks!

About John DeNardo (13013 Articles)
John DeNardo is the Managing Editor at SF Signal and a columnist at Kirkus Reviews. He also likes bagels. So there.

8 Comments on Show Us Your Stack!

  1. Here is my shelf. Yes, it is here at work. Note the strategically placed power supply and the ‘archival’ copy of John’s Encyclopedia Of Science Fiction, which I am keeping for insurance purposes….

  2. Neth Space plays along on his own blog.

  3. Man, even though I read it already, The Space Opera Renaissance still looks daunting! And that’s even before one opens it up and is confronted with its tint typeface…

  4. That’s one reason, John, that I haven’t dared to crack it open. It IS daunting and I’ve been picking lower hanging fruit from the other books that I have to read.

    My TBR collection is MUCH larger than this set.

  5. Tint typeface is pretty difficult to read, I agree.


  6. Yes. It’s like a “tiny typeface”, but darker. (H)

Comments are closed.

%d bloggers like this: