Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Reading Envy 234: Punctuation Marks with Nadine

Jenny and Nadine reconvene to talk about reasons not to set reading goals, look back on the year, and discuss which books we've read and enjoyed lately.

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Books discussed:

book covers of the five books discussed plus reading envy logo

Mr. Eternity by Aaron Their
Mud Sweeter than Honey: Voices of Communist Albania by Margo Rejner; translated by Antonia Lloyd-Jones
History in Pieces (short story) by Beth Goder
Em by Kim Thuy
Three Apples Fell from the Sky by Narine Abgaryan, translated by Lisa C. Hayden

Other mentions:

Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell
The Actual Star by Monica Byrne
Svetlana Alexievich
The Punctuation Factory by Beth Goder (short story. behind paywalll)
How to Say I Love You w/ Wikipedia by Beth Goder (short story)
Ru by Kim Thuy
The Space between Worlds by Micaiah Johnson
Unfollow Me: Essays on Complicity by Jill Louise Busby
The Book of Magic by Alice Hoffman

Related episodes: 

Episode 008 - Gone Rogue with guests Steve Richardson, Libby Young, and Mike Winiski
Episode 038 - Monica Byrne Wants to Make People (Want to) Scream with guest Monica Byrne
Episode 129 - Coming Back to Books with Nadine
Episode 152 - Kill 'em and Leave with Nadine
Episode 195 - Muchness with Nadine
Episode 229 - Second Contact with Tom
Episode 232 - Barkskins Readalong

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Nadine at Goodreads

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