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Keeping Track of What I Read: January

1. “Resolved: Writing is a Job” by Ann Patchett (Online article).

2. “Broadway Bound: Audra McDonald on Her Childhood Home” by Audra McDonald (Online article).

3. “The Fault Line” by Amanda Miska (Flash fiction).

4. “‘Empire’ Recap: Season 1, Episode 1” by Roxane Gay (Online article).

5. Strange Library by Haruki Murakami (Novella).

6. “Obits and Orbits” by Jamey Hatley (Short story).

7. “Elevation Night” by Maurice Carlos Ruffin (Short story).

8. “For Digital Girls Who Drink Tonic Water at the Bar When Purple Rain Isn’t Enough” by Ytasha L. Womack (Short story).

9. “Zahir Janmohamed: Writer of Color” by Zahir Janmohamed (Online article).

10. Telephone by Mac Barnett, illustrated by Jen Corace (Picture book).

11. Lion Lion by Miriam Busch, illustrated by Larry Day (Picture book).

12. “The Future of Libraries Has Little to Do with Books” by Rosie Spinks (Online article).

13. “Renovation Project Brings Community Library Into the 21st Century” by Dylan Roche (Online article).

14. “Down the Well” by Alaya Dawn Johnson (Short story).

15. Red Knit Cap Girl and the Reading Tree by Naoko Stoop (Picture book).

16. I Know a Bear by Mariana Ruiz Johnson (Picture book).

17. “Anxiety & Comfort” by Leesa Cross-Smith (Online article).

18. “Black Women Academics and Their White Male Partners, A Study in Seamless Contradictions” by Asali Solomon (Short story).

19. Honest Engine by Kyle Dargan (Poetry).

20. Genius, Volumes 1-5 by Marc Benardin, Adam Freeman, and Afua Richardson.

21. “Scarecrow” by Alyssa Wong (Short story).

22. “Whiskey & Ribbons” by Leesa Cross-Smith (Short story).

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