The current number of The University Bookman devotes some of its space to a symposium on the “summer reading” of its contributors. (R. J. Stove points out that it is winter in Australia, but he participates anyway.) It occurs to me that The Orthosphere could do worse than to imitate The Bookman. I therefore invite “Orthospherians” to say something informally about their summertime reading projects.
I describe my own somewhat fluctuating summertime reading-list in the Bookman article, so I will refrain from embellishing it here until others have thrown their readerly hats into the ring.