What I Read in 2016

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 2016:


  1. Aziza Barnes, Blks
  2. Alice Birch, Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.
  3. Eula Bliss, On Immunity: An Inoculation
  4. Michael Bloom, Mysterious Friends
  5. Abraham Cahan, Yekl
  6. Greg Cox, Legacies, Book 1
  7. Greg Cox, Miasma
  8. Sarah DeLappe, The Wolves
  9. Joseph Epstein, Masters of the Games
  10. Max Frisch, The Arsonists
  11. Dave Galanter, Crisis of Consciousness
  12. David R. George, Ascendance
  13. Danai Gurira, Familiar
  14. Olivia Haller, This Is All Just Temporary
  15. Sam Harris, Lying
  16. Aditi Kapil, Orange
  17. Taylor Mac, Hir
  18. David Mack, Best Defense
  19. David Markson, This Is Not a Novel
  20. Henry Marsh, Do No Harm
  21. Arthur I. Miller, Colliding Worlds
  22. The Q Brothers, Othello: The Remix
  23. Mary Roach, Grunt
  24. Alex Ross and Jim Krueger, Absolute Justice
  25. Sarah Ruhl, For Peter Pan on Her 70th Birthday
  26. Nate Silver, The Signal and the Noise
  27. Nilaja Sun, Pike Street
  28. James Swallow, The Latter Fire
  29. Jordan Tannahill, Botticelli in the Fire
  30. Dayton Ward, Elusive Salvation
  31. Marc Wittman, Felt Time


  • Harold Clurman, The Fervent Years
  • David Edwards, Artscience
  • Matt Ridley, The Evolution of Everything