What I Read in 2015

I keep a regular list of the books I read each year. This is what I read (or started to read, but decided to stop reading) in 2015:


  1. David Adjmi, 3C
  2. Annie Baker, The Flick
  3. Clare Barron, Baby Screams Miracle
  4. Max Brockman, ed., Future Science
  5. Guillermo Calderon, Kiss
  6. Gregory Chaitin, Proving Darwin
  7. Ernest Cline, Ready Player One
  8. Tony Daniel, Savage Trade
  9. Joseph Epstein, A Literary Education
  10. David R. George III, Sacraments of Fire
  11. Lauren Gunderson, Silent Sky
  12. Lucas Hnath, The Christians
  13. Ike Holter, Exit Strategy
  14. Quiara AlegrḮa Hudes, Water by the Spoonful
  15. Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, An Octoroon
  16. Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, Gloria
  17. Steven Johnson, How We Got to Now
  18. Rachel Joyce, The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry
  19. Harry Kondoleon, Christmas on Mars
  20. Sandra Tsing Loh, Madwoman in the Volvo
  21. John Jackson MIller, Takedown
  22. Qui Nguyen, Vietgone
  23. Robert O'Hara, Mankind
  24. Jiehae Park, Peerless
  25. Alistair Reynolds, Diamond Dogs, Turquoise Days
  26. Sarah Ruhl, The Ethical Slut and Pythagoras
  27. Oliver Sacks, On the Move
  28. Second City, Death of a Streetcar Named Virginia Woolf
  29. Jen Silverman, Collective Rage
  30. James Swallow, Sight Unseen
  31. Lawrence Wright, Going Clear