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indiefuck book club
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The indiefucks of 2006 found that one community was not enough and sought to take over the internets with indiefucks manifest destiny. a plan that advocates indiefucks wreaking havoc on the redskins with our advanced artillery and disease, clearing the land for the indiefucks repopulation.

Enter ifbookclub, a place for members (or friends and family) of indiefucks to discuss their favorite authors and talk about books.

The general idea is to post reviews of books you've read and would like to encourage/discourage others to read. The whole point is to read more, sure. It's also a place to find people with similar tastes you can rely on to head you in the right direction. Feel free to post book suggestions along with info links (Amazon.com is generally a good choice) in order to give other members enough background to make a choice on what they wish to read. The book suggested can be anything from literary fiction to graphic novels - ifbookclub operates under the assumption that diversity of selection is key.


No flaming. There's nothing worse than two people on lj arguing like idiots. It makes us all want to die inside a little.
No selling, no exceptions. Trade/give away is welcomed.
lj-cut please for images over 500x700 and for any spoilers as well.
alan moore, albert camus, allen ginsberg, anais nin, andre gide, anecdotes, anthony bourdain, anthony burgess, augusten burroughs, autobiographies, books, bret easton ellis, brian k. vaughan, charles bukowski, charlotte bronte, chester brown, chris ware, christopher hitchens, chuck klosterman, criticism, daniel clowes, danny wallace, dave eggers, dave gorman, david foster wallace, david sedaris, david shields, discussion, don delillo, doris lessing, douglas adams, douglas coupland, e.e cummings, emile zola, essays, evelyn waugh, f. scott fitzgerald, fiction, franz kafka, friedrich nietzsche, fyodor dostoyevsky, george orwell, gertrude stein, grant morrison, graphic novels, gustave flaubert, haruki murakami, helen fielding, henry miller, henry rollins, herman melville, hermann hesse, history, hubert selby jr., hunter s. thompson, irony, isaac asimov, j.d. salinger, j.k. rowling, jack kerouac, james joyce, jane austen, jeffrey eugenides, john steinbeck, jonathan lethem, ken kesey, kenneth c. davis, kevin canty, kurt vonnegut, lester bangs, literacy, literary fiction, literature, lydia davis, lyrics, margaret atwood, mark leyner, mark twain, mark z. danielewski, mcsweeney's, memoirs, metaphors, michael azerrad, michael chabon, micheal cunningham, micheal moore, neil gaiman, nick hornby, nikolai gogol, noam chomsky, non-fiction, norman maclean, norman mailer, novellas, novels, orson scott card, osamu tezuka, paul auster, philip roth, phillip k. dick, plays, poetry, prose, ralph ellison, ray bradbury, raymond carver, reading, samuel beckett, sarah vowell, sarcasm, satire, shel silverstein, short stories, simone de beauvoir, steven brust, sylvia plath, terry pratchett, thomas mann, thomas pynchon, thought, tom robbins, tom stoppard, tom wolfe, truman capote, used bookstores, vladimir nabokov, whit stillman, william burroughs, william gibson, william shakespeare, words, zadie smith