Florida, Lauren Groff: Short stories where the land is a character.
Ninety-Nine Glimpses of Princess Margaret, Craig Brown: Wasn’t my cup of tea. Also I somehow did not put it together that some of the glimpses were fictitious.
Severance, Lin Ma: Yup, a re-read already, for book club. Holds up and we had a great discussion.
Ghost Wall, Sarah Moss: Weird/glowering look at what happens when an abuser takes his family on a camping vacation with strangers.
Miss Kopp Just Won’t Quit, Amy Stewart: I didn’t like this one quite as much as the others, but it was still delightful.
A Closed & Common Orbit, Becky Chambers: Very fun story that picks up wiht one of the characters from A Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet, but isn’t really a sequel.
The Overstory, Richard Powers: I loved the writing, and the combination of a nature story with something very character driven.
If you only read one, make it The Overstory. There’s a reason why it won the Pulitzer.