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What We’re Reading When We’re Not Reading Your Submissions


Date: September 02, 2014
Because we still make time for our fun reading, even when there is no time. We’re serious multitaskers here at Cherry Tree.

Jehanne Dubrow

1. Copia (poetry), by Erika Meitner

2. Ultimatum from Paradise (poetry), by Jacqueline Osherow 

3. The current issues of Rattle, West Branch, and New England Review

 

Lindsay Lusby

1. Stiff: The Curious Lives of Human Cadavers (nonfiction), by Mary Roach

2. If the Tabloids Are True, What Are You? (poetry), by Matthea Harvey

3. How a Mother Weaned her Girl from Fairy Tales (fiction), Kate Bernheimer

 

Kate Kostelnik

1. An Arsonist’s Guide to Writers’ Homes in New England (fiction), by Brock Clarke

2. The New Yorker Stories (fiction), Ann Beattie

3. The Ocean at the End of the Lane (fiction), by Neil Gaiman

 

James Allen Hall

1. White Girls (nonfiction), by Hilton Als

2. Citizen (poetry), by Claudia Rankine

3. Still Life with Oysters and Lemon (nonfiction), by Mark Doty

 

Owen Bailey

1. A Clash of Kings (fiction), by George R. R. Martin

2. Monsters: A Collection of Literary Sightings (fiction), edited by Brian Baldi

3. This is Your Country on Drugs (nonfiction), by Ryan Grim 

 

Sarah Blackman

1. Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit (fiction), by Jeanette Winterson

2. The Bloody Chamber (fiction), by Angela Carter

3. Duplex (fiction), by Kathryn Davis

 

Michele Santamaria

1. The Book of Goodbyes (poetry), by Jillian Weise 

2. Striking Surface (poetry), by Jason Schneiderman

3. The Local World (poetry), by Mira Rosenthal

 

Emma Sovich

1. Saturn (fiction), by Simon Jacobs

2. Raising Steam (fiction), by Terry Pratchett

3. Red Doc> (poetry), by Anne Carson

 

Last modified on Dec. 4th, 2014 at 4:27pm by Lindsay Lusby.