And I guess I'm still technically reading "All Gates Open: The Story of Can" by Irmin Schmidt and Rob Young but haven't picked it up in awhile. It's well written and engaging, especially if you're a fanatic like me, but at the same time, I'm not really interested in the band's history following the "Future Days" album and Damo's departure. Though I'll probably skip ahead to Schmidt's section, which I guess is more like a collection of interviews with him, other band members and famous fans of the band.
Books I finished most recently:
"Bluebeard" by Kurt Vonnegut
"Caricature" and "20th Century Eightball" (the latter is a reread) by Daniel Clowes
"Madman & The Atomics" by Mike Allred
"Paris Spleen" by Charles Baudelaire
"Songs of The Doomed" by Hunter S. Thompson
"Theft By Finding: Diaries 1977-2002" by David Sedaris