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Most recent additions to the complete review:
- Oulipo-author Anne Garréta's Not One Day, just (about) out from Deep Vellum
- João Almino's recent novel, Enigmas of Spring
- A review-overview of Mariam Petrosyan's massive The Gray House, just out in English from AmazonCrossing
- Israeli author Nir Hezroni's thriller, Three Envelopes, just out in English
- Mark Henshaw's 2014 novel, The Snow Kimono
- Raghavanka's 1225 epic, The Life of Harishchandra, new in the grand Murty Classical Library of India-series from Harvard University Press
- Two short novels by César Aira, published in one volume in the US (by New Directions) and separately in the UK (by And Other Stories):
- Amélie Nothomb's 1997 novel, Attentat (still not available in English)
- Adam Zagajewski's hard-to-describe new volume of Slight Exaggeration
- The first in Sophie Hénaff's series, The Awkward Squad, now out in English (in the UK)
- Tanizaki Jun'ichirō's neat little Devils in Daylight, just (about) out in English, from New Directions
- Estonian author Rein Raud's The Reconstruction, just out in English from Dalkey Archive Press
- Another Pushkin Vertigo volume, Piero Chiara's The Disappearance of Signora Giulia
- Ahmet Altan's Endgame, now also in a US edition
- Laure Adler's Conversations with George Steiner, A Long Saturday
- Jan Wolkers's notorious Turkish Delight, now in a new translation
- Antoine Volodine's stunning epic, the prix Médicis-winning Radiant Terminus
- Michel Leiris' Nights as Day, Days as Night, just re-issued in a nice Spurl edition
- Ken MacLeod's timely The Execution Channel -- just re-issued in the US
- More by the great Sigizmund Krzhizhanovsky, the novel The Return of Munchausen
- Mathias Énard's prix Goncourt-winning novel, Compass, now out in English
- The first complete English translation of Magha's The Killing of Shishupala, now out in the wonderful Murty Classical Library of India
- Thai author Prabda Yoon's collection of stories, The Sad Part Was, just out from Tilted Axis Press
- Leonardo Padura's ambitious, big novel, Heretics, now out in English
- A stand-alone thriller from Higashino Keigo, The Name of the Game is a Kidnapping
- A Slow Boat to China RMX by Furukawa Hideo, Slow Boat
- More James M. Cain -- his 1953 novel, Galatea
- Abdelfattah Kilito's slim study, The Tongue of Adam
- A near-contemporary science fiction thriller from Fujii Taiyo, Orbital Cloud
- Daniel Kehlmann's small horror-tale, You Should Have Left, forthcoming in English in June
- Kawakami Hiromi's The Nakano Thrift Shop -- already out in the UK, and coming to the US in June
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