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Leaving the Atocha Station is a novel by Ben Lerner, © Coffee House Press 2011
This is a review of reviews. Happy New Year.
Everyday People is a collection of poetry by Albert Goldbarth, © Graywolf Press 2012
1Q84 is a novel by Haruki Murakami and translated by Jay Rubin (Books 1 & 2) and Philip Gabriel (Book 3), © Knopf 2011
The Book of Whispering in the Projection Booth is a collection of poems by Joshua Marie Wilkinson, © Tupelo Press 2009 If you’d like a helping hand with this one, click the Tupelo Press link for a cool little Reader’s … Continue reading
The Last Warner Woman is a novel by Kei Miller, © Coffee House Press 2012
The Marriage Plot is a novel by Jeffrey Eugenides, © Farrar, Straus & Giroux 2011 And if you’re curious about Roland Barthes, here’s more on A Lover’s Discourse.