Here are some of my thoughts on Alan Garner's strange 1973 novel Red Shift.
Trevor reviews Jean Améry's 1978 novel-essay, Charles Bovary, Country Doctor: Portrait of a Simple Man, translated from the German by Adrian Nathan West.
Trevor looks at Richard Stern's Other Men's Daughters, a complicated and often frustrating look at late 1960s New England from a decidedly 1970s perspective.
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 years ago, [...]
Trevor reviews the first book in Patrick Leigh Fermor's three-book project about his walking trip across Europe in the early 1930s, A Time of Gifts.
Steven Millhauser: Edwin Mullhouse: The Life and Death of an American Writer 1943 – 1954, by Jeffrey Cartwright
Trevor reviews Steven Millhauser's Edwin Mullhouse: The Life and Death of an American Wrtier 1943 - 1954, by Jeffrey Cartwright. Read the full post.