Book*hugs Wrapped: Books We Loved This Year, the Staff Edition | Book*hug Press

Book*hugs Wrapped: Books We Loved This Year, the Staff Edition

This next instalment of Book*hugs Wrapped features staff picks! Read on for a list of the books we’ve been reading, re-reading, loving, and recommending to anyone who will listen! Without further ado, an *incomplete* list of books we kept close in 2022:

Hazel Millar, Co-publisher

Childhood by Tove Ditlevsen
A Man’s Place by Annie Ernaux
Eve’s Hollywood by Eve Babitz

Jay Millar, Co-publisher

Is Mother Dead? by Vigdis Hjorth, translated by Charlotte Barslund
Why Fish Don’t Exist by Lulu Miller
The Pine Islands by Marion Poschmann, translated by Jen Calleja

Malcolm Sutton, Editor

Chinatown by Thuân, translated by Nguyễn An Lý
Diego Garcia by Natasha Soobramanien and Luke Williams
Plastic Matter by Heather Davis

John Schmidt, Digital Marketing and Web Manager

Marketing Rebellion: The Most Human Company Wins by Mark Schaefer
Bystander by Mike Steves

Charlene Chow, Editorial Assistant

Slow Days, Fast Company: The World, the Flesh, and L.A. by Eve Babitz
Who Do You Think You Are? by Alice Munro
They Can’t Kill Us Until They Kill Us by Hanif Abdurraqib

Rachel Gerry, Publishing Assistant

Chinatown by Thuân, translated by Nguyễn An Lý
The Wall by Marlen Haushofer, translated by Shaun Whiteside
Second Place by Rachel Cusk

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