I didn't find a thread for this, but it might just be because the search function is brearked.

I've got some great recommendations from the few threads soliciting them here (that philosophy one a few weeks ago was fucking awesome), would love to know what you all are reading. Have definitely got great fantasy recommendations from people here.

Anyhow, here's the good stuff that I've read in the last few months:

Zeitoun by Dave Eggers - lyrical non-fiction account of a muslim family in New Orleans during hurricane Katrina. Same Dave Eggers voice with a really excellent accounting of post-disaster recovery and a reminder that muslims have been and always will be a huge part of our country's melting pot.

20th Century Ghosts by Joe Hill - easily became one of my favorite short story horror/fantasy collections. Hard to pin down as the stories genre hop quite a bit, excels in painting very human characters and connections amid some brilliant surreal plots. Also apparently this guy is Stephen King's son. Fun stuff.

Life by Keith Richards - Wasn't expecting to read this all the way through, I'm not a huge Stones fan and haven't ever been interested in rock autobiographies that don't involve members of The Who. Totally blew through this though. Great voice throughout--the character of Keith Richards becomes more interesting than any one of the (many) famous-people-love-drugs stories found throughout.

NOW SHOW ME YOURS.