The Daily Telegraph reported from this year's Hay Festival of Literature & Arts, "the greatest literary festival in the world", which ran from May 23rd through June 2nd in Hay-on-Wye, Powys, Wales. Hay-on-Wye is known as the "town of books", so we once took a vacation side trip there to shop. We happened to meet Mr. Richard Booth, credited with making it a booktown, and proprietor of its largest bookstore. I was flattered by his interest in my booklist, which was then in a ring binder rather than
Nietzsche, Our Contemporary by Eric Walther, at Philosophy Now
J'accuse, by Robin Buss, at The Guardian, on Emile Zola
* See Reading Rat, my compilation of recommended reading.