2015 Books Still to Read

I read a lot of books in 2015, but there were still plenty of titles last year I missed. Here are the ones I hope to catch up with this year.

Fiction
You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine by Alexandra Kleeman (Harper)
Sophia by Michael Bible (Melville House)
Nothing but the Dead and Dying by Ryan W. Bradley (CCM)
Rumrunners by Eric Beetner (280 Steps)
Jigsaw Youth by Tiffany Scandal (Ladybox Books)
Fates and Furies by Lauren Groff (Riverhead)
A Brief History of Seven Killings by Marlon James (Riverhead)
The Last Projector by David James Keaton (Broken River Books)
Everyone Gets Eaten by Ben Brooks (Civil Coping Mechanism)
Our Secret Life In Movies by Michael McGriff and J. M. Tyree (A Strange Object)
The Revelator by Robert Kloss (Unnamed Press)
Falling In Love with Hominids by Nalo Hopkinson (Tachyon Publications)
Under the Udala Trees by Chinelo Okparanta (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt)

Nonfiction
Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates (Spiegel & Grau)
Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl by Carrie Brownstein (Riverhead Books)
I Lost It At the Video Store by Tom Roston (The Critical Press)

Poetry
Late in the Day by Ursula Le Guin (PM Press)
Shipbreaking by Robin Beth Schaer (Anhinga Press)
The Uses of the Body by Deborah Landau (Copper Canyon Press)
Bright Dead Things by Ada Limón (Milkweed Editions)
Notes on the Assemblage by Juan Felipe Herrera (City Lights)
Greetings from My Girlie Leisure Place by Sharon Mesmer (Bloof Books)
The Incoming Tide by Cameron Pierce (Broken River Books)
Dead Horse by Niina Pollari (Birds LLC)
Lighting the Shadow by Rachel Eliza Griffiths (Four Way Books)
The Crimes of Clara Turlington by Meg Johnson (Vine Leaves Press)
Swan Feast by Natalie Eilbert (Coconut Books)
Creature Feature Ruth Foley (ELJ Publications)
Wastelands by Julia Eff (Pioneers Press)
Congratulations You Are Prequalified for the Darkness that Consumes Us All by Jamie J. Mortara (Pioneers Press)

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