I haven't done any book reviews in a while so I thought I'd write this up. It's Tokyo: A Certain Style by Kyoichi Tsuzuki. It's a very small (4.25" x 5.75") volume about the tiny apartments in which people in Tokyo live, really it's a photo book with lots of short paragraphs about the types of people that live in each space. I'm very fortunate to have a apartment that's fairly big for a single dweller, but there's a lot of unusual things in this book that anyone can use if they need ideas for storing and stacking their possessions. For folks with minimal square footage at their disposal, a lot of the subjects of this book are not what you'd call minimalists!
Reading Frenzy years ago, and you can still get it at Powells, but it looks like you have to order it.
This has been a strange week. I've been feeling a little wistful over an event that is related to the big picture of what's happening with me. Also for many days now I've been having some fucked-up dreams, I only remember about half of them and I'm not sure where they're all coming from. I am getting up earlier in the morning than I used to though.
On another bright note, my job hunt is turning up more leads than ever. Everything I do is for a better tomorrow.