What I am reading

Here is a list of what I am reading and have read so far in 2021:

  1. The Story of My Teeth – Valeria Luiselli (currently reading)
  2. Rotten Days in Late Summer – Ralf Webb (currently reading)
  3. A Recipe for Sorcery – Vanessa Kisuule
  4. Notes on Loneliness – Daniel Cockrill
  5. Flip The Script – Arusa Qureshi
  6. Blind Spot – Maud Rowell
  7. Swimming in the Dark – Tomasz Jędrowski
  8. Tell Me How It Ends – Valeria Luiselli
  9. How We Are Translated – Jessica Gaitán Johannesson
  10. C+nto – Joelle Taylor
  11. Kindred – Octavia Butler
  12. The Rabbit Magician Plate – Judith Kazantzis
  13. The Gospel According to Cane – Courttia Newland
  14. Autumn – Ali Smith
  15. The New University – James Coe
  16. A Thousand Mornings – Mary Oliver
  17. Signs Preceding the End of the World – Yuri Herrera
  18. The End – Katie Goh
  19. Deep Wheel Orcadia – Harry Josephine Giles
  20. Magnolia – Nina Mingya Powles
  21. Queer Poets of Color – Christopher Soto
  22. The Selfless Act of Breathing – JJ Bola
  23. Keeping The House – Tice Cin
  24. A Blood Condition – Kayo Chingonyi
  25. Quesadillas – Juan Pablo Villalobos
  26. Morgan & Me – Hamish Whyte
  27. Detransition, Baby – Torrey Peters
  28. Ballad of a Happy Immigrant – Leo Boix
  29. A Boy’s Own Story – Edmund White
  30. The Tradition – Jericho Brown
  31. Paul – Daisy Lafarge
  32. The One Who Wrote Destiny – Nikesh Shukla
  33. The Appendix – Liam Konemann
  34. Burnt sugar – Avni Doshi
  35. Love That Journey For Me – Emily Garside
  36. A River Called Time – Courttia Newland
  37. Rendang – Will Harris
  38. Under the Blue – Oana Aristide
  39. The Topeka School – Ben Lerner
  40. The Prosperities of Perpetual Light – Julian Aguon
  41. Small Bodies of Water – Nina Mingya Powles
  42. Sincerity – Carol Ann Duffy
  43. To Bury Our Fathers – Sergio Ramírez
  44. The Carrying – Ada Limón
  45. Granta 155: Best of Young Spanish-Language Novelists
  46. A Body Made of You – Melissa Lee-Houghton
  47. The Country Girls – Edna O’Brien
  48. pandemonium – Andrew McMillan
  49. Everyone In This Room Will Someday Be Dead – Emily Austin
  50. We Have Always Been Here – Samra Habib
  51. A Choosing – Liz Lochhead
  52. HWFG – Chris McQueer
  53. The Actual – Inua Ellams
  54. The Vanishing Half – Brit Bennett
  55. sikfan glaschu – Sean Wai Keung
  56. 100 Boyfriends – Brontez Purnell
  57. Exciting Times – Naoise Dolan 
  58. House of Names – Colm Tóibín 
  59. Checkpoint – Joe Donnelly
  60. Tongues of Fire – Seán Hewitt
  61. Call Me By Your Name – André Aciman
  62. Mexica Mix – Marina Sánchez
  63. Bitterhall – Helen McClory
  64. Homie – Danez Smith
  65. Dryland – Sara Jaffe
  66. Teeth in the Back of My Neck – Monika Radojevic
  67. Where the Crawdads Sing – Delia Owens
  68. Occupation -Julián Fuks
  69. Felicity – Mary Oliver
  70. Scabby Queen – Kirstin Innes
  71. My Darling from the Lions – Rachel Long
  72. Postcolonial Love Poem – Natalie Diaz
  73. Lairies – Steve Hollyman
  74. Havana Year Zero – Karla Suárez
  75. The Opposite of Fate – Amy Tan
  76. Empty Houses – Brenda Navarro
  77. Open Water – Caleb Azumah Nelson
  78. The Speculative Book 2021 – Various Writers
  79. Luckenbooth – Jenni Fagan
  80. Before the Coffee Gets Cold: Tales from the Cafe –  Toshikazu Kawaguchi
  81. Real Life- Brandon Taylor
  82. Fourteen Poems – Issues 1, 2, 3
  83. This Is Not About Me – Janice Galloway
  84. On the Edges of Vision – Helen McClory
  85. Lote – Shola von Reinhold

You can also review my 2020 reading list here.