Well, I finished up Yellow Blue Tibia and I'll have a review this week. Now I get to pick my next reads, and I think I'm going to go for two small press books.
Three Weeks in December is Audrey Schulman's latest novel, following two storylines taking place in Africa, one in the present day and one in the 19th century. I saw her read from the book last week at the Harvard Book Store, and the book has received some great reviews. I'm a few chapters in and enjoying it so far. From Europa Editions.
Then, today I'm going to start Glaciers, by Alexis M. Smith, about a day in the life of an archivist. It's from Tin House and was recommended to me by some very reliable bookfriends.