Trevor and Proustitue are hosting a Henry Green readalong over on Goodreads. Learn more and come and join!
This week’s New Yorker fiction is Etgar Keret’s “To the Moon and Back,” translated from the Hebrew by Sondra Silverston. Read the full post.
It’s always a momentous occasion when a living author gets their work released in The Library of America. It has rarely happened, and I think the only other living author in there now is Philip Roth, but it has recently happened once again. Ursula K. Le Guin, the 86-year-old whose career started over sixty yearsRead More
This week’s New Yorker story is Petina Gappah’s “A Short History of Zaka the Zulu.” Read the full post.
Today The Criterion Collection announced its December 2016 releases. Read the full post.
Lee reviews Graeme Macrae Burnet’s His Bloody Project, just shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize, the rare thriller to do so. Read the full post.
The 2016 Man Booker Prize shortlist has been announced. Read the full post.
This week’s New Yorker fiction is Rivka Galchen’s “How Can I Help?” Read the full post.
Chris reviews Paul Beatty’s The Sellout, which won the National Book Critics Circle Award and was recently longlisted for the Man Booker Prize. Chris isn’t having it. Read the full post.
This week’s New Yorker story is Robert Coover’s “Invasion of the Martians.” Read the full post.
The dates and judges for the 2017 Best Translated Book Award have been announced, something that affects me personally this year! Read the full post.
Lee reviews David Means’s Booker longlisted novel Hystopia. Read the full post.
Trevor reviews Elizabeth Strout’s My Name Is Lucy Barton, which was recently longlisted for the Man Booker Prize. Read the full post.