What I’m Reading

So far, in 2022…

Currently Reading: 

Blue Nights by Joan Didion

Fine: A Comic About Gender by Rhea Ewing [read an interview with the author here]

How I Became a Tree by Sumana Roy [read an interview with the author here]

The Water Statues by Fleur Jaeggy, translated by Gini Alhadeff

Carnival Bound by Kara Dorris & Gwendolyn Paradice

 

Recently Finished: 

Brood by Jackie Polzin

Freshwater by Akwaeke Emezi

Migrations by Charlotte McConaghy

Intimacies by Katie Kitamura* [watch an interview with the author here]

Fight Night by Miriam Toews * [listen to an interview with the author here]

The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien *

Sheep Machine: (00:01) by Vi Khi Nao [read an interview with the author here]

Responses to Derek Jarman’s Blue (1993) by various authors

The Overstory by Richard Powers * [read an interview with the author here]

Tokyo Ueno Station by Yu Miri, translated by Morgan Giles [read an interview with the author here]

My Volcano by John Elizabeth Stintzi

Abattoir by Angelo Mao

Winter by Ali Smith * [listen to an interview with the author here]

The Sentence by Louise Erdrich

Interior Chinatown by Charles Yu * [read an interview with the author here]

Seek You: A Journey Through American Loneliness by Kristen Radtke [ read an interview with the author here]

The Seed Keeper by Diane Wilson * [listen to an interview with the author here on Cultivating Place and read an interview here at Hazlitt]

The Secret Lives of Church Ladies by Deesha Philyaw * [read and watch an interview with the author here on The Rumpus and here at The Writer’s Center]

Bangkok Wakes to Rain by Pitchaya Sudbanthad * [read an interview with the author here]

The House in the Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune * [read an interview with the author here]

The Shipping News by Annie Proulx [listen to an interview with the author here]

Winter in Sokcho by Elisa Shua Dusapin, trans. by Aneesa Abbas Higgins  [listen to an interview with the author and translator here]

 

* a star means that I also enjoyed the audiobook version, and you might, too! Did you know you can borrow audiobooks from your library system through the Libby app?