Books I’m reading lately #1


An occasional series of books  I read or in the process of reading, most recent first…this list is long since I’m including the books I read since July 2016.

  • Towards Relational Sociology by Nick Crossley
  • The Original 1939 Notebook of a Return to the Native Land by Aimé Césaire, translated by A. James Arnold and Clayton Eshleman
  • Clayton Eshleman: The Whole Art edited by Stuart Kendall
  • Novices: A Study of Poetic Apprenticeship by Clayton Eshleman
  • My Devotion: New Poems by Clayton Eshleman
  • The Complete Poetry: César Vallejo edited and translated by Clayton Eshleman
  • New Documentary Ecologies: Emerging Platforms, Practices and Discourses edited by Kate Nash
  • A Companion to Mario Vargas Llosa by Sabine Kollman
  • The Kill Room by Jeffery Deaver (and you thought I was a book snob)
  • Uncommon Carriers by John McPhee
  • Understanding Global Slavery by Kevin Bales
  • Jamestown: The Buried Truth by William M. Kelso
  • Mind: A Journey to the Heart of Being Human by Daniel J. Siegel
  • Thus Bad Begins by Javier Marías
  • Parenting from the Inside Out by Daniel J. Siegel
  • Paris Nocture by Patrick Modiano
  • The Emotional Life of Your Brain by Richard Davidson
  • The Making of a Racist by Charles Dew
  • Out of the Dark by Patrick Modiano
  • In the Café of Lost Youth by Patrick Modiano
  • Mindsight: The New Science of Personal Transformation by Daniel J. Siegel
  • The Art of Intimacy: The Space Between by Stacey D’Erasmo
  • The Nearest Thing to Life by James Wood
  • The Art of Fiction by James Salter
  • The Surrender by Scott Esposito
  • A Sport and a Pastime: A Novel by James Salter
  • Introduction to Computational Social Science by Claudio Cioffi-Revilla
  • Technique in Fiction by Robie Macauley and George Lanning
  • The Book of Embraces by Eduardo Galeano
  • Lady in the Dark: Iris Barry and the Art of Film by Robert Sitton
  • Being Alive: Essays on Movement, Knowledge and Description by Tim Ingold

There’s more I’m sure. I definitely need to read more fiction.

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