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What We’re Reading When We’re Not Reading Your Submissions: Holiday Wishlist Edition

Date: December 18, 2015
The editorial staff of Cherry Tree share the top book titles on their holiday wishlists for 2015. Here’s what they’re reading (or hoping to read!) over the coming winter weekends. Let it snow!

Jehanne Dubrow

1. The New England Review

2. Bellevue Literary Review

3. The Southwest Review


Lindsay Lusby

1. Our Lady of the Forest (fiction), by David Guterson

2. Voyage of the Sable Venus (poetry), by Robin Coste Lewis

3. The Necropastoral: Poetry, Media, Occults (essays), by Joyelle McSweeney


James Allen Hall

1. Between the World and Me (nonfiction), by Ta-Nehisi Coates

2. The Empathy Exams (essays), by Leslie Jamison

3. Split (poetry), by Cathy Linh Che


Kate Kostelnik

1. The Rings of Saturn (nonfiction), W.G. Sebald

2. What Our Speech Disrupts (nonfiction), Katharine Haake

3. Purity (fiction), by Jonathan Franzen


Emma Sovich

1. Useful Information for the Soon-to-be Beheaded (poetry), by Shivani Mehta

2. Some Versions of the Ice (essays), by Adam Tipps Weinstein

3. The Arson People (fiction), by Katie Jean Shinkle 


Alex Vidiani

1. Letters to a Stranger (poetry), by Thomas James

2. Life (poetry), by Elizabeth Arnold

3. Sun Under Wood (poetry), by Robert Hass


Sarah Blackman

1. Vacation (fiction), by Deb Olin Unferth

2. Beauty is a Wound (fiction), by Eka Kurniawan

3. Margaret the First: A Novel (fiction), by Danielle Dutton


Elise Gallagher

1. The Fifth Wave (YA fiction), by Rick Yancey

2. The Turner House (fiction), by Angela Flournoy

3. The Secret Chord (fiction), by Geraldine Brooks






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