Toni Nealie posted an interview on Facebook that included what she was reading, and I thought it was funny, so here’s what’s piled beside me right now, in vaguely the order I’m hoping to read them:

The Fall of the Kings (re-read), Ellen Kushner and Delia Sherman
Bad Feminist (essays), Roxane Gay
The House of Shattered Wings (e-book edition), Aliette de Bodard
Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship (re-read), Alice Munro
catalog of unabashed gratitude (poetry), Ross Gay
like myth and mother: a political autobiography in poetry and prose, Sivamohan Sumathy
The Three-Body Problem, Cixin Liu
My Life on the Road (essays), Gloria Steinem
The Difficult Child (nonfiction), Stanley Turecki
Roboteer, Alexander Lamb
Matilda (re-read), Roald Dahl
Wave, Sonali Deraniyagala
Dispatches, Herr
Lightspeed: Queers Destroy Fantasy
Uprooted (e-book edition), Naomi Novik

Well. It’s eclectic. And a bit overwhelming. (Let us not discuss the bookshelves of waiting-to-be-read books upstairs — these are just the ones I’m hoping to get through soon.)

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