Sunday, December 9, 2018

The Pleasures of Reading, Viewing, and Listening in 2018

Our annual series of posts on reading, viewing, and listening is about to begin. Once again I've solicited pieces from a bevy of writers and critics to tell us what they particularly enjoyed reading, viewing, and listening to in the last year. This year's edition will include posts by Andrea Hairston, Lisa Tuttle, Rachel Fellman, Tansy Rayner Roberts, and others. I'll be adding links below as I upload each new contribution, to provide a list for convenient reference. I hope you'll enjoy reading these as much as I do, and maybe even swell your ever-growing list of titles you want to read. Sometimes it seems that the volume of books published is so tremendous that it's no surprise that really wonderful work often slips below one's personal radar.

Part 1: Rachel Fellman
Part 2: Lisa Tuttle
Part 3: Tansy Rayner Roberts
Part 4: Brit Mandelo
Part 5: Nisi Shawl
Part 6: Gwynne Garfinkle
Part 7: Mark Rich
Part 8: Christina M. Rau
Part 9: Nancy Jane Moore
Part 10: Andrea Hairston
Part 11: Sofia Samatar
Part 12: Erin K. Wagner
Part 13: Christopher Brown
Part 14: Beth Plutchak 
Part 15: Karen Heuler
Part 16: Susan diRende
Part 17: Cynthia Ward 
Part 18: Carrie Devall
Part 19: Alisa Alering
Part 20: Lesley Hall
Part 21: Kristin King
Part 22: Cheryl Morgan
Part 23: Kate Boyes
Part 24: Arrate Hidalgo Sanchez

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