1. Anything Pynchon
    Just haven't gotten around to it.
  2. Infinite Jest
    Started it, decided proper reading wasn't compatible with my over-busy schedule, put it away for a few years.
  3. Ulysses
  4. The Gospel of Thomas
    On my kindle waiting for a break in the reading schedule.
  5. The Myth of Sisyphus and other essays by Camus
    I think @ChrisK recommended this to me?! Sitting on my "next" list.
  6. Becoming Steve Jobs
    Bought this when it came out, haven't gotten around to it yet.
  7. Look at Me by Jennifer Egan
    Heard good things about this.
  8. Augustus by John Williams
    I'm a huge Stoner fan.
  9. How to Read a Poem and Fall in Love with Poetry
    I really wish I was a better reader of poetry. This book sounded awesome when I heard the author interviewed.
  10. Gitanjali by Rabindranath Tagore
    Read bits (as well as many of his beautiful short stories) and would love to read this epic poem all the way through.
  11. Something else by Nicholson Baker
    I loved loved loved The Mezzanine
  12. The rest of Cormac McCarthy
    I've read Blood Meridian (three times) All the Pretty Horses, The Road, and The Crossing. I intend to read everything.
  13. The Aeneid and The Iliad
    Read the Iliad in high school but it's on my list to read again. Never read The Aeneid.
  14. The rest of Philip Roth
    I've only read American Pastoral and it knocked me out it was so good.
  15. Flow My Tears The Policeman Said
    Next up on my ongoing march through all of Philip K Dick.