Since last week's trial, I've been back to the library.
I just read Kinfolks and re-read Kinflicks by Lisa Alther. (I told Jim Elliott that I first read Kinflicks sometime before 1977, and decided at the time I wasn't old enough to read it. I may not be now, either.)
Having just read a Julius Caesar, I had to read a Cicero.
Now, I'm reading a biography of James Dickey, by Henry Hart, of the College of William & Mary.
One to catch sometime - Weird Virginia, reviewed here by Joe Kennedy.