I went on a bit of a reading binge over the school holidays. I'm starting a degree this year and I know I'll be too busy to do much reading for pleasure so I wanted to do it while I still could. I've just started Nick Earls' novella Noho, the last of his Wisdom Tree series. I'm enjoying it so far. I've only read one of the others, Gotham (they're standalone stories, so you don't have to read them in order) and it was wonderful.
I'm also still partway through Mad Hatters and March Hares, edited by Ellen Datlow. It's a collection of short stories inspired by Lewis Carroll's The Adventures of Alice in Wonderland. So far, some of the stories are great, others are a bit "meh".
I'm also just about to start Seeing Voices by Oliver Sacks, which is about deaf people and the use of sign language. I picked it up because I'm learning Auslan (Australian sign language) and it looks like it will give some interesting background.