Spring 2022 – Most Anticipated Books for Christian Readers!

Fall 2021 Most Anticipated Books

The first half of 2022 promises a ton of excellent new books! Here are 50 of our most anticipated books of Spring 2022 for Christian Readers…

These anticipated books of Spring 2022 (released in the first half of the year) wrestle with some of the deepest challenges of our day, and will guide us toward faithful living in the present and in years to come.

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(In Alphabetical Order by Author’s Last Name)

Reading Black Books: How African American Literature Can Make Our Faith More Whole and Just
Claude Atcho

(Brazos Press, May 2022)

Devil House: A Novel
John Darnielle

(MCD, Jan. 2022)

You Don’t Know Us Negroes and Other Essays 

Zora Neale Hurston

(Amistad, Jan. 2022)

You Mean It or You Don’t: James Baldwin’s Radical Challenge

Jamie McGhee and Adam Hollowell

(Broadleaf, June 2022)

Lapvona: A Novel
Ottessa Moshfegh

(Penguin, June 2022)

Gary Snyder: Collected Poems

Library of America

(Library of America, June 2022)

Time is a Mother: Poems
Ocean Vuong

(Penguin, April 2022)

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