The graduating students of Lyceum are also urged to donate their academic resources such as textbooks, past-papers and notes to the incoming batches via the 'Zero Waste Book
The book is the result of a year during which Koestenbaum abandoned his customary journal for a less conventional form: part dream diary, part poetic "waste book
," wholly the product of an intense, untethered mind.
Some collect it themselves and others have sold offtheir trade waste book
. It is more likely now that businesses will use a private provider.
Later editions have been known by the picturesque word that Lichtenberg himself occasionally employed: Sudelbucher, Lichtenberg's translation of the disused English term "Waste Books
." According to the OED, a "waste book
" is "A rough account-book ...
But the reflections on style, the marginalia on art, the lists of novels and films, all generously accumulated here, eclipse autobiography, amounting instead to "waste books
" affectionately modeled on those of Georg Christoph Lichtenberg.
Editorial note: From "rejectamentalist manifesto: China Mieville's Waste Books
Archival evidence in waste books
, ledgers, and correspondence between people in the book trades assisted in identifying binders.