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Lit Hits: What We're Reading in March

Here at Grub HQ, we're always talking about the books that keep us up at night, the novels we can't put down, the memoirs that call to us over our morning coffees. Every month, we'll share our staff's latest literary obsessions to add to your own never-ending reading list.

 

Dariel, Grub's Head of Faculty and Curriculum, is about to start Ways to Disappear by Idra Novey.

 
Youth Programs Manager Eson is reading The Wangs vs The World by Jade Chang. So far, it's pretty entertaining and funny. She doesn't know if it'll get darker as it goes along, but the premise of a newly bankrupt family (with each member keeping secrets from one another) going on a road trip together has her hooked to see just what mayhem will ensue. 

 
Kaitlyn, Grub's Muse Conference Assistant & Donor Communications Assistant, just started Nevernight by Jay Kristoff. She's on the fence right now, as the beginning POV switches aren't quite her style. 

 

Lauren, Grub's Office Manager, just started Sidewalks by Valeria Luiselli, for personal essay inspiration. 

 

Programs & Advocacy Manager Jonathan just started Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi, and he's bracing for the heart break. 

 

MarcellaGrub's Marketing Assistant, is about to start The Sun is Also a Star by Nicola Yoon . 

 
Marketing & Community Engagement Manager Sarah just started The Green Road by Anne Enright.

 
Artistic Director Chris, still in the thick of novel research, read In the Bar of the Tokyo Hotel and Other Plays, 27 Wagons Full of Cotton and Other Short Plays, and The Milk Train Doesn't Stop Here Anymore, all by Tennessee Williams.

 

Alyssa, Grub's Development Manager, just started Caramelo by Sandra Cisneros. 

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