We just returned from our yearly retreat to Maine (surely la belle Province de la belle Province; Maine's schools would do well to teach French as a second language). Alas, I left the beach before I perused this link from Darko: Bookhampton's Hipster Lit Shelf by Macy Halford.
When we were packing for the trip I seriously considered carting Roberto Bolaño's 2666 down to the sand and sea, but reached instead for a used and very weathered copy of Buffalo Girls by Larry McMurtry — a complete hipster fail, on my part, but also an effortless, emotionally rewarding read.
Halford notes the absence of female authors, and offers as a correctional Flavorwire's Ultimate Hipster Reading List. I think the search for the female literary hipster could be aided by the additions of Sheila Heti and Miriam Toews.