Robert Pinget’s GRAAL FILBUSTE is “a never-ending journey about the infinite possibilities of language,” according to reviewer, Sebastien Doubinsky. Read his complete review here, via The Missing Slate.
at the New York Journal of Books. You can read the full review here. Also reviewed at Full Stop and the Los Angeles Review of Books. A ROOM is available for purchase.
Reviewed by Sam Sacks. Full text here: Australian writer Jack Cox’s frisky and disorienting debut “Dodge Rose” (Dalkey Archive, 201 pages, $16) is part legal satire and part mash note to James Joyce. Following the death of shut-in Dodge Rose, Read on! →
This time in the Sydney Morning Herald! You can read the full review here.
You can read the full review here.
You can see the full review in the Irish Times here
Reviewed by Eileen Battersby. You can read more here.
“… take their word for it, then: it’s literature. For sure it’s European, and it’s of much interest to literary readers and writers on this side of the pond.” —Kirkus Read the review
“Returning closer to home, the anthology Best European Fiction 2016 combines 29 different writers from across the continent, here translated into English. Concerned largely with politics or literature, the standout story is Veronika Simoniti’s pertinent A House of Paper, in which a translator is convinced Read on! →
M.A.Orthofer reviews Urgency and Patience by Jean-Philippe Toussaint “It makes for a nice, tight, spare collection, Toussaint boiled down to the essentials, with no wasted words or thoughts — and yet also with a comfortable ease to the writing (it’s Read on! →