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Leaving the Atocha Station is a novel by Ben Lerner, © Coffee House Press 2011
Flight Behavior is a novel by Barbara Kingsolver, © HarperCollins 2012
Dear Life is a collection of short stories by Alice Munro, © Knopf 2011 Want to know more? Here’s an interview from The New Yorker in which Alice Munro talks about this collection.
Child Wonder is a novel by Roy Jacobsen and translated by Don Bartlett and Don Shaw, © Graywolf Press 2011 *Wow sorry for the mishap. I wrote this last week and it never published! Enjoy two videos this week! Woo-hoo!
Memoirs of a Porcupine is a novel by Alain Mabanckou and translated by Helen Stevenson, © Soft Skull Press 2012
The Translation of the Bones is a novel by Francesca Kay, © Scribner 2011
Open City is a novel by Teju Cole, © Random House 2011 You hadn’t heard about Cormac’s Olivetti? Check it out.