After the group reading of Masks of the Illuminati concluded, a couple of you suggested that it might be fun to read one of Robert Anton Wilson's collections.
I'm going to suggest reading Coincidance, as much of the material in that book is about James Joyce, and many of you who take the time to post for this blog are into Joyce. It's a strong collection with varied subject matter, so perhaps many of you will find something in it you want to talk about. It's in print and it's available from Amazon and I assume could be ordered by your local book outlet.
Coincidance also was one of the offerings for New Falcon's abortive entry into Kindle ebooks at the end of May, price at only $4.99. Alas, the files offered for sale were defective, and all of the New Falcon electronic books have been withdrawn from sale. Despite repeated assurances from both the publisher and Amazon, the ebooks still aren't available. I will let you know when/if they become available, but I'm tired of my plans for another group reading being held hostage.
What do you think would be a reasonable time to allow everyone to get their hands on the book? Would early September make sense? Is everyone on board with Coincidance, or would another book make more sense?