I have a few dozen of Jordan's books, and I've catalogued them in this Google spreadsheet:
These are all books and plays I personally would like to read, and intend to do so over the next couple of years. But it's important to me that, if certain books have particular meaning to anyone in relation to Jordan, those people know where these books ended up.
I've called the catalogue The Jordan Mechano Micro-Library because I'd like to be able to loan these books without losing track of them. Everyone knows when someone "borrows" a book, it's gone forever. I think our small personal libraries are us, to an extent, and so for me these books are Jordan, and emotionally I'm not ready to let them disappear into the lending-ether just yet. My hope is that with this setup, someone can "take out" a book, I can note it, and when they finish it, they can return it and I'll hold it for the next person who wants to read it. I think Jordan would dig that.
Let me know here or via email if there's something you'd like to borrow.
(My apologies if I don't have a book you're thinking of; I wasn't able to take everything, and some of the intriguing but dense academic texts I didn't take because I knew I'd never read them. Jordan was smarter than I'll ever be.)
This is so good. Thanks, Kira
I love this and cannot wait to look thru it all