jules’s 2023 board

A book published at least 50 years before you were born: Northanger Abbey by Jane AustenA book with a season in the title…or the word “season”: Winter's Orbit by Everina MaxwellA book of just straight up hijinks/hijinks vibes: Any Other City by Hazel Jane PlanteA book with multiple narrators or points of view: A Desolation Called Peace by Arkady MartineAn author’s debut novel: Future Feeling by Joss Lake
A short story collection by a woman: Dead-End Memories by Banana YoshimotoA book a friend wants you to read: One Last Stop by Casey McQuistonAn adult book by an author best known for writing for children/YA: Letters from Tove by Tove JanssonA book by an author you read for the first time in the last two years: I Think Our Son Is Gay, Vol. 4 by OkuraA book translated from Russian: The Snail on the Slope by Arkady & Boris Strugatsky
A book that was originally published in installments: The Complete Chi's Sweet Home, Part 1 by Konami KanataA book with a photograph on the cover: A Queer Little History of Art by Alex PilcherAny book! (Free space): Weasels in the Attic by Hiroko OyamadaA book by an author who has immigrated to America: The Best We Could Do by Thi BuiA book about a road trip: The Old Ways by Robert Macfarlane
A book about food: Tiny Moons by Nina Mingya PowlesA book published in 2023: Am I Trans Enough? by Alo JohnstonA non-fiction book about fiction: Phasers on Stun! by Ryan BrittA book you got for free: A Memory Called Empire by Arkady MartineA book with a film or TV adaptation in production: How Do You Live? by Genzaburo Yoshino
A book that is amongst those you’ve owned for the longest without reading: Cats in the Louvre by Frederic Vitoux & Elisabeth Foucart-WalterA book that’s second or later in a series: Lost in the Moment and Found by Seanan McGuireA book about the natural world: Small Bodies of Water by Nina Mingya PowlesA book on Vulture’s Best Books of 2022 list: The Employees by Olga RavnA book by an author you read in school: Creature by Shaun Tan