Trevor and Betsy share their thoughts on Alice Munro's "A Queer Streak," from The Progress of Love.
Trevor and Betsy share their thoughts on Alice Munro's "Eskimo," from The Progress of Love.
Trevor reviews César Aira's The Proof, translated from the Spanish by Nick Caistor. New Directions published this in a twofer that includes Aira's The Little Buddhist Monk.
New Directions has just released a new book containing two new-to-English novellas by the great César Aira: The Little Buddhist Monk and The Proof, each translated from the Spanish by Nick Caistor. In this post, Trevor writes about The Little Buddhist Monk, which he considers to be one of the best Aira novellas in years.
Trevor and Betsy share their thoughts on Alice Munro's "Jesse and Meribeth," from The Progress of Love.
Chris reviews David Grossman's A Horse Walks into a Bar, translated from the Hebrew by Jessica Cohen and recently shortlisted for the 2017 Man Booker International Prize.
Trevor and Betsy take a look at Alice Munro's "The Moon in the Orange Street Skating Rink," from The Progress of Love.
Trevor reviews Henry Greens second novel, 1929's Living, a supreme novel of high British modernism.
Trevor reviews Junichiro Tanizaki's Devils in Daylight, translated from the Japanese by J. Keith Vincent.
Trevor and Betsy carry on in Alice Munro's The Progress of Love with "Fits."
Trevor reviews Leonora Carrington's account of her mental breakdown and institutionalization in Spain during World War II, Down Below.
Lee reviews Samanta Schweblin's Fever Dream, translated from the Spanish by Megan McDowell, and recently placed on the Man Booker Prize International Prize longlist.