24 November, 2014
Jean Findlay's biography of C. K. Scott Moncrieff reveals him as much more than the first translator of Proust.
Edan Lepucki's debut novel, California, explores the narrative possibilities offered by American society after its decline.
Gibson's biography of H. H. Munro attempts to discern the man from his authorial persona, the humorist Saki.
13 November, 2014
10 November, 2014
Robinson's Lila feels like yet another form of prayer: for America and its dispossessed, for literature, for the lonely.
For Lobdell, this is a collection that pushes the boundaries of what most readers would consider bric-à-brac.
27 October, 2014
In this interview, Rahman discusses his influences, class, epistemology, and the difficulties of certain metaphoric language.
As a deeply experimental work, The Bone Clocks is gloriously ambitious, surprising, moving, and a ridiculously fun read.
24 October, 2014
Weekly Round-Up: Evil Politicians, Sublime Composers, Intellectual Cowards, Queer Writers, Royal Essayists, Empowered Theorists
23 October, 2014