From the top down:
Kelly Gay, The Darkest Edge of Dawn - Liked the first one. Local author, nice person.
Splinter Cell: Conviction - Gaming cuts into valuable reading time. I spent most of Memorial Day weekend and the following two weeks shooting bad people in this stealth FPS. Some really nice dialogue.
The Limits of Control - Amazon had a sale, this was $4. At least at home I DON'T HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT THIS STUPID JERK IN THE THEATRE. Ahem. Ok, I'm calmer now. Thank you for your patience.
Peter Cannon, Forever Azathoth: Parodies and Pastiches - Worth it just for the Scream For Jeeves sequence of "Bertie Wooster meets Cthulhu" stories.
Again from the top down:
* Jussi Parikka, Media Archaeology: Approaches, Applications, and Implications - Liked Parikka's Insect Media.
* Lawrence Block, Hit and Run - Fourth in Block's series about Keller, a quiet fellow of a hitman who loves stamp collecting.
* The Unspeakable Oath #19 - second issue of the revived Call of Cthulhu RPG magazine.
* Manuscripts Owned by Dr. John Dee - Whenever I visit someone's space, either professional or personal, I like to see what they keep on their bookshelves. I'm unlikely to visit Mortlake before the Great Fire of London, but this list is as close as I'm likely to get.
* David Beth (ed.), Atua: Voices from La Societe Voudon Gnostique - New from Fulgur.
Austin Osman Spare, The Book of Pleasure - New edition from Jerusalem Press. Nice intro by Alan Moore.