Raúl Zurita's INRI is a powerful volume of poetry that makes the sea, mountains, rivers, deserts, and fields of Chile a tomb for the disappeared of Pinochet's reign. The sky is the tombstone. It's a stunning book, coming to us now in a translation from the Spanish by William Rowe.
Trevor looks at César Aira's 2003 novella, The Linden Tree, translated from the Spanish by Chris Andrews. This is the most recent of Aira's works to arrive in English.
Trevor reviews Tobias Wolff's 2003 novel, Old School.
Trevor reviews Per Petterson's novel Out Stealing Horses, translated from the Norwegian by Anne Born.
Trevor reviews Nobel Prize winner Imre Kertész's 2003 novel, Liquidation, translated from the Hungarian by Tim Wilkinson.