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- Warren Motte on Mirror Gazing in literature
- Vivant Denon's small eighteenth-century classic, No Tomorrow
- Higashino Keigo's motive-mystery, Malice
- Mikheil Javakhishvili's 1920s classic, Kvachi, now available in English, in Dalkey Archive Press' Georgian Literature Series
- Finally, a collection of Volker Braun's poetry in English, Rubble Flora, from Seagull Books
- A review-overview of Peter Buwalda's Bonita Avenue
- Rashid al-Daif's Who's Afraid of Meryl Streep ? now out in English, from the University of Texas Press
- Bengt Jangfeldt's monumental Mayakovsky: A Biography, now also in English, from the University of Chicago Press
- New in translation from Open Letter, Best Translated Book Award-winning author Gail Hareven's Lies, First Person
- Lima Barreto's Brazilian classic, The Sad End of Policarpo Quaresma, finally available in English, from Penguin Classics
- Cyrille Martinez's Warholian The Sleepworker
- Takano Kazuaki's thriller, Genocide of One (translated by Murakami-translator Philip Gabriel)
- Another scientific thriller from Franck Thilliez, Bred to Kill, just out in English
- Antonin Varenne's dark thriller, Bed of Nails, now also available in the US
- Leopoldo Marechal's 1948 classic Adam Buenosayres, finally available in English in an impressive edition
- Dimitri Verhulst's novel of Christ's Entry into Brussels
- Pierre Lemaitre's meta-literary thriller, Irène
- Oulipo-poetry by Frédéric Forte, Minute-Operas, coming from Burning Deck
- Japanese author Mizumura Minae's The Fall of Language in the Age of English
- David Vogel's novel from and of 1920s Vienna, Married Life
- Alexander Pushkin's classic novel, The Captain's Daughter
- Tamaz Chiladze's The Brueghel Moon, in Dalkey Archive Press' Georgian Literature Series
- Pedro Zarraluki's 1994 Premio Herralde de Novela-winning The History of Silence, now in English from Hispabooks
- Een transatlantische tragedie by A.F.Th. van der Heijden, his epic Roman Polanski-Charles Manson novel, Het schervengericht
- Jean-Luc Benoziglio's 1980 novel, Privy Portrait, now in English from Seagull Books
- Stories by Estonian author Kristiina Ehin, Walker on Water, from Unnamed Press
- Lars Mørch Finborud's The Black Signs, now in English, from Broken Dimanche Press
- Charlie Hill's killer-novel novel, Books
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