For this week’s Sunday’s List we asked Entropy contributors: What’s the last book you loved?
Mourner’s Bench by Sanderia Faye
Sonora by Hannah Lillith Assadi
Joanna C. Valente
Dallas Athent by Theia Mania
The Sarah Book by Scott McClanahan
The Night Ocean by Paul La Farge
Enigma by Peter Milligan and Duncan Fegredo
The Mothers by Brit Bennet
The Ugly by Alexander Bolizar.
Sylvia Aguilar Zelèny
Little Labors by Rivka Galchen
Reckless by Hasan Ali Toptas
Currently reading If On A Winter’s Night A Traveler. It’s my first Italo Calvino.
American Mary by Alexandra Naughton
What Becomes Us by Micah Perks
Shane Jesse Christmas
Go Now – Richard Hell
Genevieves by Henry Hoke, not what is seems.
Is God Is by Aleshea Harris, my favorite literary western since No Country for Old Men.
Soap by Francis Ponge
A collection of Oscar Wilde’s quotes, titled, Only Dull People Are Brilliant at Breakfast.
Lina Maria Ferreira Cabeza-Vanegas’s Don’t Come Back — stunning collection of essays.
F250 by Bud Smith