Completed Challenges

’09-’10: [SCI-FI][SHAKESPEARE][GLBT] [DRAMA]

Sci-fi Challenge

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From: Me aka Mish
Time: 08/28/09-08/08/10
Guidelines: 3.14 or 8 books (or audio books) of science-fiction.

1. Robert Heinlein: Tunnel in the Sky
2. Robert Silverberg: Majipoor Chronicles
3. Anthology: Worlds Apart
4. Robert Heinlein: Stranger in a Strange Land
5. Steven Barnes: Lion’s Blood
6. Steven Barnes: Zulu Heart
7. Jules Verne: Journey to the Center of the Earth
8. Michael Swanwick: the Iron Dragon’s Daughter

Much Ado About Shakespeare Challenge

Shakespeare ChallengeFrom: Andrea
Time: 09/01/09-04/26/10
Guidelines: Read 6 of any of Shakespeare’s works, any book inspired by a Shakespeare play, or watch any play or movie from or inspired by a Shakespeare play.

1. Shakespeare: Henry V (play)
2. Tom Stoppard: Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead (read)
3. As You Like It (read)
4. the Tempest (read)
5. Much Ado About Nothing (film)
6. Hamlet (film)

GLBT Challenge

GLBT ChallengeFrom: Amanda
Time: 07/01/09-12/31/09
Guidelines: 6 books of GLBT themes or by GLBT authors.

1. Oscar Wilde: Lady Windermere’s Fan
2. Oscar Wilde: Salome
3. Alison Bechdel: Split-Level Dykes to Watch Out For
4. Tony Kushner: Angels in America: Millennium Approaches
5. Tony Kushner: Angels in America: Perestroika
6. Anthology: Worlds Apart

Drama Challenge

From: Emily
Time: Until 12/31/09
Guidelines: 3-5 plays

1. Larry Kirwan: Liverpool Fantasy
2. Larry Kirwan: Days of Rage
3. Larry Kirwan: Mister Parnell
4. Larry Kirwan: Blood
5. Larry Kirwan: Night in the Garden

6. Oscar Wilde: Lady Windermere’s Fan
7. Oscar Wilde: Salome

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