Michèle Bernstein's Situationist novel explores a Paris hovering between Old World and New Wave.
Roberto Bolaño's last novel, 2666, is his most profound exploration of art and infamy, craft and crime, the writer and the totalitarian state.
Elias Khoury and the literature of witness.
An appraisal of Rainer Maria Rilke's novel, The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge.
The novelist and publisher discusses zombies, teen romance and her reaction to being labeled a "New Weird" writer.
In António Lobo Antunes's new novel, a lost boy despairs of finding a real family in the wasteland of his past.
Marilynne Robinson's new novel explores faith, loneliness and the national passion play of race.
Salman Rushdie probes the limits of the imagination to produce his most coherent and readable novel.
With two bodies of work recently reissued, now is a good time to wonder why novelist Patrick Hamilton is worth remembering.
When Richard Price moves from the urban ruins of New Jersey to the gentrified Lower East Side of Lush Life, things get complicated.