January Reading Report


I enjoyed everything I read in January, and came close to actually meeting my somewhat intense goal. Here’s a list of what found a place next to my bed (or in my bookbag):

Kelli Russell Agodon, Letters from the Emily Dickinson Room

Marian Aitches, Fishing for Light

Umberto Eco, Confessions of a Young Novelist

Dave Eggers, ed. The Best American Nonrequired Reading 2011

Carolyn Forche, Blue Hour

Patrick Suskind, Perfume: The Story of a Murderer

Tin House 12.4 (Started, but not finished. And yes, that is the summer reading issue from 2011. I’m a little behind in my literary journals…)

Debra L. Winegarten, There’s Jews in Texas?

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