What I’m Reading

So far, in 2023…

Currently Reading: 

Call Me Cassandra – Marcial Gala

Abolishing State Violence – Ray Acheson

Kappa – Ryunosuke Akutagawa

Recently Finished: 

A Prayer for the Crown-Shy – Becky Chambers

An Unkindness of Ghosts – Rivers Solomon

Annihilation – Jeff Vandermeer

The Language of Trees: A Rewilding of Literature and Landscape – Katie Holten

Eastbound – Maylis de Kerangal

Amateur: A True Story About What Makes a Man – Thomas Page McBee

Who Owns the Clouds?  – Mario Brassard and Gérard Dubois

The Employees – Olga Ravn

The Trees Witness Everything – Victoria Chang

Bluest Nude – Ama Codjoe

Civil Service – Claire Schwartz

A Luminous History of the Palm – Jessica Sequeira

Honor – Thrity Umrigar *

Beasts of a Little Land – Juhea Kim *

The Nouns – Quinn Gancedo

One Hundred Saturdays – Michael Frank *

Maybe This is What I Deserve – Tucker Leighty-Phillips

Generations – Lucille Clifton

Women Talking by Miriam Toews *

The Last White Man by Mohsin Hamid *

Mothers of Our Own Little Love by Jesse Eagle

The Secrets Between Us by Thrity Umrigar *

Rainbow Rainbow by Lydia Conklin * (read an interview with the author here)

Gold by Rumi, translated by Haleh Liza Gafori (watch an interview with the translator here)

Customs by Solmaz Sharif * (read an interview with the author here)

Thrust by Lidia Yuknavitch *

Dr. No by Percival Everett *

Flung Out of Space by Grace Ellis (listen to an interview with the author here)

Swimming in the Dark by Tomasz Jedrowski * (read an interview with the author here)

The Hummingbird’s Gift by Sy Montgomery * (watch an interview with the author here)

A Constellation of Vital Phenomena by Anthony Marra *

A Minor Chorus by Billy-Ray Belcourt (listen to an interview with the author here)

Ring Shout by P. Djeli Clark * (read an interview with the author 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?