Really thrilled Truong Tran is sharing his to-read pile with us this November! His collection book of the other: small in comparison is *just* out this month.
WHEREAS by Layli Long Soldier
the déjà vu by Gabrielle Civil
I am proud of myself for the amount I read, and how few books I allowed myself to acquire. I had to return some library books, so that really lit a fire for me to finish some I had held onto for months!
– OLDIES –
César Aria, The Divorce (trans. Chris Andrews); Niloufar Talebi, Self-Portrait in Bloom; Angela Jackson, Surprised Queenhood in the New Black Sun: The Life and Legacy of Gwendolyn Brooks; bell hooks, Teaching to Transgress ; Maggie Nelson, The Red Parts (re-read); Sarah Manguso, The Two Kinds of Decay (re-read); Mir Taqi Mir, Remembrances (trans. C.M. Naim); Mary Sarton, After the Stroke; Lisa Fishman, Mad World, Mad Kings, Mad Composition; Srikanth Reddy, Underworld Lit; Karen Tei Yamashita, Letters to Memory; Kate Durbin, Hoarders; Hoa Nguyen, A Thousand Times You Lose Your Treasure; Henry Hoke, The Groundhog Forever; Thalia Field, Personhood; Ross Gay, Be Holding; Tessa Miller, What Doesn’t Kill You; Natalie Ginzburg, Voices in the Evening (trans. D.M. Low); Toni Morrison, Sula; Joy Harjo, An American Sunrise; Dag Solstad, Novel 11, Book 18 (trans. Sverre Lyngstad); Gabrielle Civil, ( ghost gestures ); Doireann Ní Ghríofa, A Ghost in the Throat (in-progress); Ari Banias, A Symmetry; Sandra Lim, The Curious Thing; Harald Voetmann, Awake (trans. Johanne Sorgenfri Ottosen); Jane Lapotaire, Time Out of Mind; Joseph N. Straus, Extraordinary Measures: Disability in Music; Evie Shockley, Semiautomatic