Contributing writer Laura Stempel Mumford surveys the summer reading lists of Madison's movers and shakers. "I'm not going to do any reading this summer, aside from city reports," harrumphs Mayor Paul Soglin. UW-Madison Chancellor Donna Shalala, au contraire, looks forward "to not having to read bureaucratic reports." Her summer list includes Salman Rushdie's The Satanic Verses, Neil Sheehan's A Bright Shining Lie, George Eliot's Middlemarch and a new Yeats collection. WKOW news anchor Patty Loew plans to read Louise Erdrich's The Beet Queen, Garrison Keillor's Happy to Be Here and Vine Deloria's Custer Died for Your Sins. "I'm planning on reading a whole hell of a lot of music," says Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra artistic director David Crosby, "because the Concerts on the Square repertoire is so huge this year." Adds funky drummer Clyde Stubblefield: "I only read contracts and Isthmus."