Taylor, Brandon. Filthy Animals. New York: Riverhead Books, 2021. I read Taylor’s novel Real Life last year and loved it. I was very excited earlier this year when I heard that he had a short story collection coming out this summer. My copy came in the mail a few days ago.
Bergman, David Saul. Unpardonable Sins. Eugene, OR: Resource Publications, 2021. Bergman is the pen name of two Mennonites, Daniel Born and Dale Suderman. Their book is a mystery novel, a rare genre within Mennonite literature. Born sent me a free copy, which I look forward to reading. Jamison, Leslie. The Empathy Exams: Essays. Minneapolis: GraywolfContinue reading “Books Acquired Recently”
Bechdel, Alison. The Secret to Superhuman Strength. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2021. I love Bechdel’s memoir Fun Home and her old comic strip Dykes to Watch Out For. I look forward to reading her latest! Hotham, Gary. Rightsizing the Universe: Haiku Theory. Scaggsville, MD: Yiqralo Press, 2019. I was intrigued by the inclusion of “theory”Continue reading “Books Acquired Recently”
One of my 2021 goals is to keep a list of my writing activity for each month. I do so partly as a form of encouragement for myself–to show that I am still able to do some writing despite the energy-sucking terrors of the pandemic (Which is still going on! Keep wearing masks!)–and partly asContinue reading “Writing Activity, May 2021”
Hernández, Bernadine M., and Karen R. Roybal, eds. Transnational Chicanx Perspectives on Ana Castillo. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2021. I have a chapter in this book, “Queering Space in Ana Castillo’s Give It to Me.” My author’s copy arrived today. Rod, Dena. Scattered Arils. Hamilton, OH: Milk & Cake Press, 2021. I saw aContinue reading “Books Acquired Recently”