Trevor and Betsy dig into the title story of Alice Munro's The Love of a Good Woman.
Paul reviews Annie Ernaux's The Years, translated from the French by Alison L. Strayer. This was recently placed on the Man Booker International Prize longlist.
Trevor reviews César Aira's 2001 novella Birthday, the latest of his books to be translated into English, this one by the great Chris Andrews.
Paul reviews Dag Solstad's 1999 novel T Singer, translated from the Norwegian by Tiina Nunnally.
John Williams' debut novel, Nothing But the Night, has finally come home! NYRB Classics published their edition today, completing their collection of all four of Williams' novels. It's a fine work from a young man filled with promise.
Trevor and Betsy will be venturing into the stories of Alice Munro's ninth collection, from 1998, The Love of a Good Woman.
Trevor and Betsy take a look at "Vandals," the final story in Alice Munro's Open Secrets.
It's been nearly a quarter century since I read anything by Stephen King. I tried his most recent, The Outsider, to see if he and I could come back together.
Paul continues his trek through the novels of Wolfgang Hilbig, looking this time at his 1993 book 'I', translated from the German by Isabel Fargo Cole.
Trevor and Betsy look at Alice Munro's "Spaceships Have Landed," from Open Secrets.