In Books: The Best Fiction of 2014

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redployment1Now that we’re fully into January 2015, it’s time to think about all the books we never got around to reading in 2014. To that end, the book staff at PopMatters have compiled their annual list of the Best Fiction of 2014, with short writeups of all the year’s most notable novels and collections of poetry and short fiction.

I wrote about:

  • The Peripheral, William Gibson
  • The Book of Strange New Things, Michael Faber
  • Redployment, Phil Klay

You can find the feature here.

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