At the Really Really Free Market in Dolores Park.
Reading the beginnings of a big stack of books that she just got - for free. The concept of the market is easy: get free stuff, even if you don't bring stuff (I got a sun hat and the reader gave me sunscreen. I had left the house unprepared and it felt so good to be taken care of....that's what the market's all about.)
Her Favorites -- they're plays: Long Day's Journey into Night, by Eugene O'Neill and The Glass Menagerie, by Tennessee Williams. It's kind of hard reading a play, she admits, but said that you just have to visualize it, as if you were reading a screen play.
Recently she read Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley and has also been reading feminine literary criticism for school.
The stack of books, from bottom to top: Crime and Punishment, by Fydor Dostoyevsky; The Complete Idiots Guide to the Bible; On Aggression, by Konrad Lorenz; A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations, by Katie L. Turabian; Writing Themes About Literature, by Edgar Roberts; Moby Dick, by Herman Melville; and Miracle Cure, Organic Germanium, by Dr. Asai.