2018 Books I’m Looking Forward To

There are quite a few books coming out in 2018 that I am very, very excited about. Which 2018 books are you most looking forward to?

Indictus by Natalie Eilbert (Poetry, Noemi Press, January)

Saving Tarboo Creek: One Family’s Quest to Heal the Land by Scott Freeman (Nonfiction, Timber Press, January)

The Job of the Wasp by Colin Winnette (Fiction, Soft Skull Press, January)

Take Me With You by Andrea Gibson (Poetry, Penguin Random House, January)

Miriam Hopkins: Life and Films of a Hollywood Rebel by Allan R. Ellenberger (Nonfiction, University of Kentucky Press, January)

Palaces by Simon Jacobs (Fiction, Two Dollar Radio, January)

The Undressing by Li-Young Lee (Poetry, W.W. Norton, February)

Virgin by Analicia Sotelo (Poetry, Milkweed Editions, February)

Ambiguity Machines and Other Stories by Vandala Singh (Fiction, Small Beer Press, February)

Welcome to the Anthropocene by Alice Major (Poetry, University of Alberta Press, February)

Perdida by Tiffany Scandal (Fiction, King Shot Press, March)

Registers of Illuminated Villages by Tarfia Faizullah (Poetry, Graywolf, March)

Women Who Dig: Farming, Feminism, and the Fight to Feed the World by Trina Moyles (Nonfiction, University of Regina Press, March)

Rail by Kai Carlson-Wee (Poetry, BOA Editions, April)

Wade in the Water by Tracy K. Smith (Poetry, Graywolf, April)

Cruel Futures by Carmen Gimenez Smith (Poetry, City Lights Books, April)

The Second O of Sorrow by Sean Thomas Dougherty (Poetry, BOA Editions, April)

Ladies Lazarus by Piper J. Daniels (Nonfiction, Tarpaulin Sky, April)

Still Life with Two Dead Peacocks and a Girl by Diane Seuss (Poetry, Graywolf, May)

Tropic of Squalor by Mary Karr (Poetry, HarperCollins, May)

Priest Turned Therapist Treats Fear of God by Tony Hoagland (Poetry, Graywolf, June)

Scream All Night by Derek Millman (Fiction, HarperCollins, July)

The I-35W Bridge Collapse: A Survivor’s Account of America’s Crumbling Infrastructure by Kimberly J. Brown (Nonfiction, University of Nebraska Press, July)

New Poets of Native Nations edited by Heid E. Erdrich (Poetry, Graywolf, July)

If You Have to Go by Katie Ford (Poetry, Graywolf, August)

Half-Hazard by Kristen Tracy (Poetry, Graywolf, November)

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