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Most recent additions to the complete review:
- The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu's 2023: A Trilogy
- An Atlas of Vanished Countries 1840-1975 by Bjørn Berge, Nowherelands
- Vladimir Sharov's The Rehearsals, just out in English from Dedalus
- Choi In-Hun's (often revised) 1960 classic, The Square, in Dalkey Archive Press' Library of Korean Literature-series
- Daniel Pennac's The Dictator and the Hammock
- Eileen Chang's Little Reunions, now available in English, from New York Review Books
- An Anthology of Erotic Poems from the Sanskrit, edited by R. Parthasarathy and recently out from Columbia University Press
- Marc Behm's twice-filmed novel, The Eye of the Beholder
- Auður Ava Ólafsdóttir's Icelandic Literary Prize-winning Hotel Silence, just out in English
- Archipelago's bilingual collection of Gershom Scholem's poetry, Greetings From Angelus
- Zoran Živković's latest work, The Image Interpreter
- C.K.Stead's 2012 novel, Risk
- Charles Stross' 2005 novel, Accelerando
- Edgardo Franzosini's novel about sculptor Rembrandt Bugatti, The Animal Gazer, just out in English, from New Vessel Press
- Durian Sukegawa's Sweet Bean Paste
- Giorgio De Maria's 1977 horror tale, The Twenty Days of Turin, recently translated into English
- Bora Ćosić's grand (and still not available in English ...) 1978 novel, Tutori
- Ricardo Piglia's The Diaries of Emilio Renzi: Formative Years, the first in a trilogy, now out from Restless Books
- Hanne Ørstavik's Love, coming from Archipelago
- The first in Iain Pears' Art History Mystery-series, The Raphael Affair
- Alexei Remizov's 1910 novel, Sisters of the Cross, finally in English, in Columbia University Press' Russian Library-series
- Egyptian author Ahmed Naji's controversial Using Life
- Adrián Bravi's slim novel of obsession, Dust, from Dalkey Archive Press
- An Art History Mystery from 1993 by Iain Pears, The Last Judgement
- Ōe Kenzaburō's (not yet translated ...) 2005 novel, さようなら、私の本よ!
- Daṇḍin's What Ten Young Men Did, from the Clay Sanskrit Library
- A trio of stories by Kawakami Hiromi, Record of a Night too Brief
- Vera Caspary's Laura (yes, the book the classic movie is based on)
- Dag Solstad's T Singer (yeah, sorry, only coming out in English in ... May)
- A long-overlooked 1928 novel by Tanizaki Jun'ichirō, In Black and White, now in English, from Columbia University Press
- The first of Philip Roth's Zuckerman-novels, the 1979 The Ghost Writer
- Kawakami Mieko's short novel, Ms Ice Sandwich
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