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Books, Magazines, Journals I Have Read So Far This Year (2015)

  1. Evangelii Gaudium, Pope Francis
  2. The Art of Stillness, Pico Iyer
  3. The Fourfold Sovereignty of God, H.E. Manning
  4. The Creative Compass, Dan Millman
  5. Buddhism Plain and Simple, Steve Hagen
  6. The Way of Zen, Alan Watts
  7. New York Review of Books
  8. Way of the Ascetics, Tito Colliander
  9. The Art of Prayer, St. Theophan the Recluse
  10. NYRB, LXII, #4
  11. NYRB, #5
  12. Seeing Things As They Are, John Searle
  13. Paddy’s Lament, Thomas Gallagher
  14. NYRB, Spring Books issue
  15. Sewanee Review, Summer 2014
  16. A Severe Mercy, Sheldon Vanauken
  17. Wisdom of the Shire
  18. Hemingway Log, Brewster Chamberlin
  19. NYRB, mid April
  20. The Years With Ross, James Thurber
  21. The Consolations of the Forest, Sylvain Tresson
  22. The Immortalization Commission, John Gray
  23. Why We Write, ed. Meredith Maran
  24. James Joyce, Richard Ellmann
  25. The Famine Plot, Tim Pat Coogan
  26. Collected Poems, Patrick Kavanagh
  27. The Big Seven, Jim Harrison
  28. NYRB, May 7 issue
  29. NYRB, no. 9
  30. The Prince of Minor Writers: The Selected Essays of Max Beerbohm, ed. Philip Lopate
  31. A Woman to Blame: The Kerry Babies Case, Nell McCafferty
  32. Simple Cooking, #95
  33. The Fellowship: The Literary Lives of the Inklings, Philip and Carol Zaleski
  34. NYRB, No. 10
  35. The Dirty Dust, Mairtin O’Cadhain, trans. Alan Titley
  36. A First Zen Reader, Trevor Leggett
  37. Zen Buddhism: A History, India & China, Dumoulin
  38. The Murder of William of Norwich: The Origins of the Blood Libel in Medieval Europe, E.M. Rose
  39. Irish Poems (Everyman), ed. Matthew McGuire
  40. NYRB, No. 11
  41. The Lion’s Gate, Steven Pressfield
  42. Mere Christianity, C.S. Lewis
  43. An Area of Darkness, V.S. Naipaul
  44. Chesterton and the Romance of Orthodoxy: The Making of GKC, 1874-1908, William Oddie
  45. Teaching Plato in Palestine, Carlos Fraenkel
  46. Hedgehog Review, 17:2
  47. The War of Art, Steven Pressfield
  48. Golden Days, Carolyn See
  49. Freefall in Crimson, John D. MacDonald
  50. NYRB, No. 12
  51. Sewanee Review, Fall 2014
  52. Griefmania, Kathryn Starbuck

“I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library.” Jorge Luis Borges

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