I thought it would be vaguely interesting to sift through the books I’ve read over the last months. Apart from the following, I’ve also read countless short stories and essays for class, in journals, journal submissions, and comp papers.
Lolita. Vladamir Nabokov.
Time Will Darken It. William Maxwell.
So Long, See You Tomorrow. William Maxwell.
Silver Thaw and Selected Stories. Ron Johnson.
Morpho Eugenia. A.S. Byatt.
Possession: A Romance. A.S. Byatt.
The Story and its Writer. Ed. Ann Charters.
In Cold Blood. Truman Capote.
Aspects of the Novel. E.M. Forster.
The Fourth Genre. Eds. Robert Root et al.
To the Lighthouse. Virginia Woolf.
One Hundred Years of Solitude. Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
Chronicle of a Death Foretold. Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
The Blindfold. Siri Hustvedt.
The Original of Laura. Vladimir Nabokov.
My Mistress’s Sparrow is Dead. Ed. Jeffrey Eugenides.
Burning Down the House. Charles Baxter.
Best American Short Stories 2008. Ed. Salman Rushdie.