My reading since 2013.

2017-11: Salvage the Bones, by Jesmyn Ward (Bloomsbury)

2017-11: Austerlitz, by W. G. Sebald (C. Hanser)

2017-10: How to See the World, by Nicholas Mirzoeff (Pelican)

2017-10: On Being a Photographer, by David Hurn and Bill Jay (LensWork)

2017-10: Ongoing Moment, by Geoff Dyer (Pantheon)

2017-10: Strangers Drowning, by Larissa MacFarquhar (Penguin Random House)

2017-09: On Photography, by Walter Benjamin, Esther Leslie (ed.) (Reaktion Books)

2017-09: Dancing After Dark, by Andre Dubus (Knopf)

2017-08: Henri Carier-Bresson: A Biography, by Pierre Assouline (Thames & Hudson)

2017-08: Beauty in Photography: Essays in Defense of Traditional Values, by Robert Adams (Aperture)

2017-08: Understanding a Photograph, by John Berger, Jeff Dyer (ed.) (Aperture)

2017-08: The Nature of Photographs, by Stephen Shore (Phaidon)

2017-08: Image, Music, Text, by Roland Barthes (Hill and Wang)

2017-08: Sanctuary Line, by Jane Urquhart (MacLehose)

2017-07: Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, by James Agee and Walker Evans (Houghon Mifflin), but only through p176. I did my best.

2017-06: The Politics of Bitcoin: Software as Right-Wing Extremism, by David Golumbia (Univ. of Minn.)

2017-06: The Association of Small Bombs, by Karan Mahajan (Viking)

2017-05: The City After the Automobile, by Moshe Safdie (Westview)

2017-05: The Meaning of Marcuse, by Robert W. Marks (Ballatine)

2017-04: Another Way of Telling, by John Berger and Jean Mohr (Pantheon)

2017-04: Home: A Short History of an Idea, by Witold Rybczynski (Penguin)

2017-04: Small is Beautiful: A Study of Economics as if People Mattered, by E. F. Schumacher (HarperCollins)

2017-01: Rebel Cities: From the Right to the City to Urban Revolution, by David Harvey (Verso)

2017-01: Throwing Rocks at the Google Bus, by Douglas Rushkoff (Portfolio/Penguin)

2016-12: Two Bits: The Cultural Significance of Free Software, by Christopher Kelty (Duke University)

2016-12: Pedagogy of the Oppressed, by Paulo Freire (Bloomsbury)

2016-12: Participatory Culture in a Networked Era, by Henry Jenkins, Mizuko Ito, and danah boyd (Polity)

2016-11: Infinite City, by Rebecca Solnit (University of California)

2016-11: On Photography, by Susan Santag (Picador)

2016-10: Anybody Home?: Architectural Notes, by Pierre Zoelly (Birkhäuser)

2016-10: Abolish Work, by Prole.info (PM Press)

2016-10: In Praise of Shadows, by Jun’ichirō Tanizaki (Leete’s Island Books)

2016-10: A Philosophy of Walking, by Frédéric Gros (Verso)

2016-09: Obfuscation: A User’s Guide for Privacy and Protest, by Finn Brunton and Helen Nissenbaum (MIT)

2016-09: Hope in the Dark: Untold Histories, Wild Possibilities, by Rebecca Solnit (Nation Books)

2016-09: Practical Object-Oriented Design in Ruby: An Agile Primer, by Sandi Metz (Addison-Wesley)

2016-09: The Uncertain Web, by Rob Larsen (O’Reilly)

2016-09: American Amnesia: How the War on Government Led Us to Forget What Made America Prosper, by Jacob Hacker and Paul Pierson (Simon and Schuster)

2016-08: White Trash: The 400-Year Untold History of Class in America, by Nancy Isenberg (Penguin Random House)

2016-08: Buddhism: A Very Short Introduction, by Damien Keown (Oxford)

2016-08: The Fire Next Time, by James Baldwin (Vintage International)

2016-08: Between the World and Me, by Ta-Nehisi Coates (Penguin Random House)

2016-08: Listen, Liberal, by Thomas Frank (Metropolitan Books)

2016-08: Anti-Object: The Dissolution and Disintegration of Architecture, by Kengo Kuma (AA Publishing)

2016-07: Designing with the Mind in Mind, by Jeff Johnson (Morgan Kaufmann)

2016-07: Traditional Japanese Architecture: An Exploration of Elements and Forms, by Mira Locher (Tuttle).

2016-07: Paper Knowledge: Toward a Media History of Documents, by Lisa Gitelman (Duke University Press).

2016-04: Moralizing Technology: Understanding and Designing the Morality of Things, by Peter-Paul Verbeek (University of Chicago Press).

2016-02: Breakfast of Champions, by Kurt Vonnegut (Wikipedia).

2016-02: Cat’s Cradle, by Kurt Vonnegut (Wikipedia)

2016-01: Why We Can’t Wait, by Martin Luther King, Jr. (Wikipedia)

2015-12: HyperCities: Thick Mapping in the Digital Humanities, by Todd Presner, David Shepard, and Yoh Kawano (Harvard).

2015-11: Los Angeles: The Architecture of Four Ecologies, by Reynar Banham (University of California Press). Goodreads.

2015-09: Modern Japan: A Very Short Introduction, by Christopher Goto-Jones (Oxford).

2015-08: White, by Kenya Hara (Lars Müller). Amazon.

2015-07: Nudge, by Richard H. Thaler and Cass R. Sunstein (Penguin)

2015-05: The Paranoid Style in American Politics and Other Essays, by Richard Hofstadter (Powell’s).

2015-04: Common Sense, by Thomas Paine (Gutenberg Project, Wikipedia)

2015-04: Data and Goliath: The Hidden Battles to Collect Your Data and Control Your World, by Bruce Schneier (W. W. Norton & Company)

2015-03: Republic, Lost, by Lawrence Lessig (Twelve Books).

2015-03: Democracy at Work: A Cure for Capitalism, by Richard Wolff (Haymarket Books)

2015-03: Information Doesn’t Want to Be Free, by Cory Doctorow (McSweeney’s)

2015-03: Urban Code: 100 Lessons for Understanding the City, by Anne Mikoleit and Moritz Pürckhauer (MIT Press)

2015-03: A Place if My Own: the Architecture of Daydreams, by Michael Pollan.

2015-02: The Internet is Not the Answer, by Andrew Keen

2015-01: One-Dimensional Man, by Herbert Marcuse (Wikipedia)

2014-12: The Old Way of Seeing: How Architecture Lost Its Magic – And How to Get It Back,

by Jonathan Hale (Goodreads)

2014-11: The Sun Also Rises, by Ernest Hemingway (Wikipedia)

2014-11: Travels in Hyperreality, by Umberto Eco (Goodreads)

2014-11: The Architecture of Happiness, by Alaine de Botton

2014-11: All the King’s Men, by Robert Penn Warren (Wikipedia)

2014-09: City for Sale: The Transformation of San Francisco, by Chester Hartman (University of California Press)

2014-09: Glut: Mastering Information Through the Ages, by Alex Wright

2014-08: Graphesis: Visual Forms of Knowledge Production, by Johanna Drucker (Harvard University Press)

2014-07: The Mad Farmer Poems, by Wendell Berry (Goodreads)

2014-07: It All Turns on Affection, by Wendell Berry (Goodreads)

2014-07: Speeding Up Fast Capitalism: Cultures, Jobs, Families, Schools, Bodies, by Ben Agger (Goodreads)

2014-06: The Death and Life of Great American Cities, by Jane Jacobs (Wikipedia)

2014-03: Just Enough Research, by Erika Hall (A Book Apart)

2014-03: Dissensus: On Politics and Aesthetics, by Jacques Rancière (Goodreads)

2014-03: Close-Up: How to Read the American City, by Grady Clay (Goodreads).

2014-03: The Ghost Soldiers: Poems, by James Tate (Amazon).

2014-02: A Timeless Way of Building, by Christopher Alexander (goodreads).

2014-02: Designing for Emotion, by Aaron Walter (A Book Apart).

2014-01: The Granite Pail, by Lorine Niedecker (Gnomon).

2013-12: UX for Lean Startups, by Laura Klein (O’Reilly).

2013-11: Digital Vertigo, by Andrew Keen (Author’s page).

2013-10: JavaScript: the Good Parts, by Douglas Crockford (O’Reilly).

2013-10: Who Owns the Future?, by Jaron Lanier (Amazon).

2013-07: Lean UX, by Jeff Gothelf (O’Reilly).

2013-07: A Dangerous Place, by Marc Reisner (Penguin).

2013-07: Cadillac Desert, by Marc Reisner (Penguin)

2013-06: Adversarial Design, by Carl DiSalvo (MIT Press).

2013-05: The Image of the City, by Kevin Lynch. (Amazon).

2013-05: Notes on the Synthesis of Form, by Christopher Alexander. (Amazon)

2013-04: To Save Everything, Click Here: The Folly of Technological Solutionism, by Evgeny Morozov. (Amazon)