Books I’m Reading 2017

New American Bible.

Ada Palmer, Too Like the Lightning.

Quenton Baker, This Glittering Republic.

Alice Notley, The Descent of Alette.

Theresa Hak Kyung Cha, Dictee.

Diana Eck, Encountering God: a Spiritual Journey from Bozeman to Banaras.

Jewish Voice for Peace ed., On Antisemitism: Solidarity and Resistance.

John Taggart, Is Music: Collected Poems.

Sarah Schulman, Conflict Is Not Abuse: Overstating Harm, Community Responsibility, and the Duty of Repair.

John McPhee, Coming into the Country.

Les Murray, New Selected Poems.

Claudia Rankine, Citizen.

Nathanial Mackey, Splay Anthem.

June Jordan, Some of Us Did Not Die: New and Selected Essays.

Jenny Zervakis, The Complete “Strange Growths,” 1991-1997.

Stephen Mitchell, Gilgamesh: a New English Version.

Dorothee Soelle, The Silent Cry: Mysticism and Resistance.

Nicola Griffith, Slow River.

Alice Notley, Certain Magical Acts.

Barbara Guest, Quill Solitary Apparition.

Virginia Woolf, To the Lighthouse.

Thomas Nagel, Mind & Cosmos: Why the Materialist Neo-Darwinian Conception of Nature Is Almost Certainly False.

Sheri Tepper, Grass.

Laura Riding, A Selection of the Poems.

Raul Zurita, The Country of Planks.

Medbh McGuckian, Captain Lavender.

Etel Adnan, To Look at the Sea Is to Become What One Is (selected works).

Zenju Earthlyn Manuel, The Way of Tenderness: Awakening through Race, Gender, and Sexuality.

Kelly Brown Douglas, Stand Your Ground: Black Bodies and the Justice of God.

Helen Frankenthaler, Prints.

Goya Then and Now: Paintings, Portraits, Frescoes (ed. Seidel).

Inger Christensen, it.

Ho Xuan Huong, Spring Essence (tr. John Balaban).

Bill Moyers, Genesis: a Living Conversation.

Etel Adnan, Arab Apocalypse.

St. Anselm of Canterbury, Prayers and Meditations, with the Proslogion.

Karen Armstrong, The History of God.

Greg Bear, Eon.

Cindy Crabb, The Encyclopedia of Doris (an anthology of her zine).

Dante, Purgatorio (tr. Hollander and Hollander).

Paul/Beatriz Preciado, Testo Junkie.

Juan Rulfo, The Burning Plain and Other Stories.

Richard Stark, the Parker novels.



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