SUMMER BOOKS I LOVED, 2017

Published October 24, 2017 | By thea

This summer I read some startling poetry—Paschen, Kaschike, and Sinclair, 2 amazing debuts by Clemmons and Cline, Lincoln In The Bardo by George Saunders, a book that tips over the whole concept of a novel into something new, Hunt’s book which speaks to what every woman I know goes through, The Snyder which is a really important little manifesto by a brilliant scholar… What We Lose by Zinzi Clemmons The Girls by Emma Cline The Nightlife by Elise Paschen The Infintesimals by Laura Kaschike The Answers by Catherine Lacey Do Not Become Alarmed by Maile Meloy The Dark Dark by Samantha Hunt On Tyranny by Timothy Snyder Abandon Me by Melissa Febos Cannibal by Safiya Sinclair


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