What I’ve Read

 

Sandra Gail Lambert—What I’ve Read 2017 (so far)

Velma Wallis: Two Old Women

William Bradley: Fractals

Tana French: The Likeness

Tana French: In the Woods

Jenni Fagan: The Sunlight Pilgrims

Tricia BookerThe Place of Peace and Crickets

Louise Erdrich: LaRose

Lidia Yuknavitch: The Book of Joan

Elizabeth Strout: Anything is Possible

Sonya Huber: Pain Woman Takes Your Keys and Other Essays from a Nervous System

N. K. Jemisin: The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms

Marge Piercy: He, She and It

Eli Clare: Brilliant Imperfection

Michelle Tea: Blackwave

Lina Meruane: Seeing Red

Colson Whitehead: The Underground Railroad

Sandra Gail Lambert—What I’ve Read 2016

Tom Cho: Look Who’s Morphing

Tess Gerritsen: Gravity

Ocean Vuong: Night Sky With Exit Wounds

Lauren Redniss: Radioactive: Marie & Pierre Curie—A Tale of Love and Fallout

Jen Michalski: The Summer She Was Under Water

Margaret Fortune: Nova

Viet Thanh Nguyen: The Sympathizer

Lori A. May: The Write Crowd; Literary Citizenship and the Writing Life

Yaa Gyasi: Homegoing

Jacqueline Woodson: Another Brooklyn

Lucy Jane Bledsoe: A Thin Bright Line

Christy Ann Conlin: The Memento

Eliza Suggs: Shadow and Sunshine

Sayantani Dasgupta: Fire Girl: Essays on India, America, & the In-Between

Jane Eaton Hamilton: Weekend

Zoe Zolbrod: The Telling

Michele Leavitt: Walk Away

Robert Yune: Eighty Days of Sunlight

Robin Coste Lewis: Voyage of the Sable Venus

Katherine Dunn: Geek Love

Nell ZinkThe Wallcreeper

Theodore Sturgeon: More Than Human

Cynthia BondRuby

Jillian Weise: The Amputee’s Guide to Sex

Kaitlyn Greenidge: We Love You, Charlie Freeman

Tom Hart: Rosalie Lightning: A Graphic Memoir

Helen Macdonald: H is for Hawk

Penny Guisinger: Postcards from Here

Susie King Taylor: A Black Woman’s Civil War Memoirs

Elizabeth Strout: My Name is Lucy Barton

Diana Athill: Alive, Alive Oh!

Kyung-Sook ShinThe Girl Who Wrote Loneliness

Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha: Dirty River: A Queer Femme of Color Dreaming Her Way Home

Helen Phillips: The Beautiful Bureaucrat

Victoria Redel: That Summer ’53

Maryann Hopper: Don’t Let the Flies In—Edith’s Stories

Wendy C. Ortiz: Excavation

Susan Rukeyser: Not on Fire Only Dying

C. A. Higgins: Lightless

 

Sandra Gail Lambert—What I’ve Read 2015

Katherine Riegel: Letters to Colin Firth

Anthony Doerr: All the Light We Cannot See

Margaret Atwood: The Heart Goes Last

Chinelo Okparanta: Under the Udala Trees

Andy Weir: The Martian

Whitney Groves: Coda

Kendra Fortmeyer: Things I know To Be True

Lauren Groff: Fates and Furies

Jill Talbot: The Way We Weren’t

Angela Flournoy: The Turner House

Sarah Einstein: Mot: A Memoir

Naomi Jackson: The Star Side of Bird Hill

Hanya Yanagihara: A Little Life

Cecilia Rodríguez Milanés: Oye What I’m Going to Tell You

Kirstin Valdez Quade: Night at the Fiestas

Matthew Baker: Rites

Erika Krouse: The Pole of Cold

Cynthia Barnett: Rain:A Natural and Cultural History

Carolina De Robertis: The Gods of Tango

Sonja Livingston: Queen of the Fall

Marian Palaia: The Given World

Ann-Marie MacDonald: Adult Onset

Jo Walton: My Real Children

Chantel Acevedo: The Distant Marvels

Ellen Meeropol: On Hurricane Island

Monica Byrne: The Girl in the Road

Charles Haverty: Storm Windows

Chelsey Johnson: Between Ship and Ice

Chuck Augello: Cool City

Megan Kruse: Call Me Home

Darlyn Finch Kuhn: Sewing Holes

Eileen Cronin: Mermaid: A Memoir of Resilience

R. Carey: The Girl with all the Gifts

Clair Messud: The Woman Upstairs

Eula Biss: Notes From No Man’s Land

Danica Novgorodoff: Slow Storm

James Joyce: Dubliners 

Sandra Gail Lambert—What I’ve Read 2014

 

Sandra Gail Lambert—What I’ve Read 2013

 

Sandra Gail Lambert—What I’ve Read 2012

 

Sandra Gail Lambert—What I’ve Read 2011

 

Sandra Gail Lambert—What I’ve Read 2010

 

Sandra Gail Lambert—What I’ve Read 2009

 

Sandra Gail Lambert—What I’ve Read 2008

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