Chris reviews Michael Herr’s Dispatches. Read the full post.
Lee reviews Deborah Levy’s Hot Milk, which was recently placed on the Man Booker Prize longlist. Read the full post.
Trevor reviews the shortest book on this year’s Man Booker Prize longlist, Wyl Menmuir’s debut novel The Many. Read the full post.
Lee reviews Ottessa Moshfegh’s Eileen, which was just longlisted for the Man Booker Prize. Read the full post.
This week’s New Yorker story is Tessa Hadley’s “Dido’s Lament.” Read the full post.
Trevor reviews Louise Erdrich’s LaRose. Read the full post.
The 2016 Man Booker Prize longlist has been announced. Read the full post.
Once again, I had the great pleasure of joining in on a conversation with The CriterionCast, this time to discuss Ingmar Bergman’s 1953 film Summer with Monika. Read the full post and find a link to the podcast.
This week’s New Yorker story is Joshua Ferris’s “The Abandonment.” Read the full post.
Lee reviews William Trevor’s 2009 novel, Love and Summer, which “can’t, of course, end well,” but that is “brilliant, devastating, and masterfully wrought.”
Today The Criterion Collection is releasing King Hu’s 1971 classic, A Touch of Zen. Read the full post.
Come join in the giveaway fun! On offer to one lucky reader: a World Literature Box from Boxwalla! Read the full post and join the giveaway.
This week’s New Yorker story is Joy Williams’ “Stuff.” Read the full post.