Rank #1: Charles Yu: Interior Chinatown
Charles Yu’s "Interior Chinatown" is a contemporary novel about dealing with the difficulty of being whoever you are.
Oct 22 2020
Rank #2: Marilynne Robinson: 'Jack'
Marilynne Robinson’s “Jack” is a book that Bookworms have been eager to read: the fourth volume of her multi-award-winning Gilead novels.
Oct 15 2020
Rank #3: Walter Mosley: “The Awkward Black Man”
Walter Mosley’s “The Awkward Black Man” is a new book of short stories that brings readers into the middle of the experience of people today.
Oct 08 2020
Rank #4: Barbara Kingsolver: “How to Fly (In Ten Thousand Easy Lessons)”
Barbara Kingsolver discusses crossing genres of writing and her second book of poetry, “How to Fly (In Ten Thousand Easy Lessons).”
Oct 01 2020
Rank #5: Jay Parini: “Borges and Me: An Encounter”
Seventy-one-year-old Jorge Luis Borges as seen through the eyes of twenty-one-year-old Jay Parini in “Borges and Me: An Encounter.”
Sep 24 2020
Rank #7: Mitch Sisskind: “Collected Poems 2005-2020”
Mitch Sisskind discusses writing humorous poetry and his new book, “Collected Poems 2005-2020."
Sep 10 2020
Rank #8: Henri Cole: Blizzard
Henri Cole is a really sensational poet even for people who may not think poetry can be sensational. He works for the universe and he discusses his new book of poems “Blizzard” on Bookworm.
Sep 03 2020
Rank #9: Sarah Shun-lien Bynum: “Likes”
Sarah Shun-lien Bynum’s “Likes” is a layered book of nine short stories.
Aug 27 2020
Rank #10: Edmund White “A Saint from Texas”
Several kinds of novels in one, Edmund White’s “A Saint from Texas” is so good you might forget a novel can be this good.
Aug 20 2020