16 January 2019


blue room

books I'd like to read/re-read in twenty nineteen (in no particular order):

feel free (zadie smith)
electric arches (eve l. ewing)
the complete persepolis (marjane satrapi)
the heart is a lonely hunter (carson mccullers)
how art can make you happy (bridget watson payne)
on composition and improvisation (larry fink)
tar baby (toni morrison)
bird by bird (anne lamott)
it chooses you (miranda july)
pride and prejudice (jane austen)
the making of great photographs (eamonn mccabe)
just mercy (bryan stephenson)
the little friend (donna tartt)
slaughterhouse five (kurt vonnegut)
salvage the bones (jesmyn ward)
literacy and justice through photography (wendy ewald)
12 years a slave (solomon northrup)
slant rhymes (rebecca norris webb, alex webb)
if beale street could talk (james baldwin)
the diary of a young girl (anne frank)
dear america: notes of an undocumented citizen (jose antonio vargas)
pachinko (min jin lee)
the accidental (ali smith)
the great gatsby (f. scott fitzgerald)
the nature of photographs (stephen shore)
a thousand mornings (mary oliver)
one hundred years of solitude (gabriel garcia marquez)
rabbit: the autobiography of ms. pat (patricia williams)
against the odds: women pioneers in the first hundred years of photography (martin sandler)
the interestings (meg wolitzer)
street: new york city (carrie boretz)
sights in the city: new york street photographs (jamel shabazz)
my year of rest and relaxation (ottessa moshfegh)
text me when you get home (kayleen schaefer)
vivian maier: the color work  (colin westerbeck)
I dreamed I had a girl in my pocket (wendy ewald)
I was told there'd be cake (sloane crosley)
it's what I do: a photographer's life of love and war (lynsey addario)
becoming (michelle obama)
america (zoe strauss) 
zoli (colum mccann)