This week, I finished reading Why Translation Matters by Edith Grossman and The Mailbox by Marybeth Whalen. I have whittled the pile of “to read” down a little bit, but here’s still a fairly ambitious stack. Or actually, two stacks, to be precise. And a few on a shelf.
Here’s the list:
The Apple Trees at Olema by Robert Hass.
Lighthead by Terence Hayes.
Imagination and The Written Word by Shaun Masterton.
The Hidden Life and Fault Lines by T.M. Moore.
Open Ground by Seamus Heaney.
Imperfect Birds by Anne Lamott.
Crossing Oceans by Gina Holmes.
Mending String by Cliff Coon.
The Matisse Stories by A.S. Byatt.
Rooms by James Rubart.
Forget Me Not by Vicki Hinze.
Broken by Travis Thrasher.
Parting the Waters by Jeanne Damoff.
The War of Art by Steven Pressfield.
Ordinary Genius by Kim Addonizio.
Son of Hamas by Mosab Hassan Yousef.
Stepping Stones: Interviews with Seamus Heaney by Dennis O’Driscoll.
God in the Yard by L.L. Barkat.
The Ailbe Psalter by T.M. Moore.
The Cross Gardener by Jason Wright.
Ambitious, yes. But a man’s reach should exceed his grasp, or what’s a heaven for?
My Spring Reading Thing by Cheryl Smith, who’s still trying to catch up on her spring reading.
Dan King’s 7 Fascinating Books.
A Sort of Summer Reading List by L.L. Barkat.
Summer Reading by Heather at Madame Rubies Writes.
Ann Kroeker's Ambitious Summer Reading List.
Bradley Moore's Summer Reading List.
Charity Singleton's Summer is Time for Reading.
Cheryl Smith's My Summer Reading List Is Getting Out of Control.
Picnic by Laura Boggess for the High Calling Blogs.