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  • The Year of the Comet

    by Sergei Lebedev $9.99$17.95
    Fiction from New Vessel Press
    Translated from Russian

    From the critically acclaimed author of Oblivion comes The Year of the Comet, a story of a Russian boyhood and coming of age as the Soviet Union is on the brink of collapse.

  • Trafika Europe: Essential New European Literature, Vol. I

    by various authors $16.95
    Collection from Penn State University Press

    Choice offerings from the first year of the Trafika Europe quarterly journal edited by Andrew Singer, with sumptuous black-and-white photographs from former ASCAP Director of Photography Mark Chester – an excellent gift item!

  • Twenty-one Ghazals

    by Gulnar Ali Balata $18.00
    Poetry from Červená Barva Press
    Translated from Uzbek

    Alisher Navoiy, or Nizam-al-Din ‘Ali-Shir, a fifteenth century poet, mystic and artist, is reawakened in Daly’s sublime translations. True to their spirit yet infused with a modern idiom, these ghazals tremble on the tongue, sparkle on the sheaf.

  • Two Colors of the Soul: The Selected Poetry of Dmytro Pavlychko

    by Dmytro Pavlychko $17.00
    Poetry from Červená Barva Press
    Translated from Ukrainian

    In the tradition of poet-statesmen Neruda and Seferis, Pavlychko writes about his twin passions, love and history. Courageous, direct, and plain-spoken, he has long deserved a place on the international literary stage and Michael Naydan’s skillfully edited selections should confirm it.
    — Askold Melnyczuk

  • Voroshilovgrad

    by Serhiy Zhadan $15.95
    Fiction from Deep Vellum Publishing

    Easy Rider meets Pedro Páramo in this darkly funny, fast-paced road novel that barrels through eastern Ukraine’s ravaged industrial landscape.

  • Whipstitches

    by Randi Ward $18.00
    Poetry from MadHat Press

    “These poems are never merely pastoral, and their emotional range belies their small size. Here are poems that move from the lyrical and humorous to the acerbic, the rueful, and even the creepy. ‘Every little whipstitch,’ we can hear Randi Ward’s haunted and haunting voice moving between worlds like a wily shape-shifter.” — Maggie Anderson

  • Who is Martha

    by Marjana Gaponenko $9.99$15.99
    Fiction from New Vessel Press
    Translated from German

    A rollicking tale about facing death with verve and style, richly told with great feeling and historical depth.

  • With the Animals

    by Noëlle Revaz $14.95$22.95
    Fiction from Dalkey Archive Press
    Translated from French

    Considered the standard-bearer for the great Franco-Swiss literary tradition, exemplified by authors such as Jacques Chessex and C. F. Ramuz, Noelle Revaz may also remind English-language readers of Louis-Ferdinand Celine: With the Animals, her shocking debut, is a novel of mud and blood whose linguistic audaciousness is matched only by its brutality, misanthropy, and gallows humor.

  • Without God: Michel Houellebecq and Materialist Horror

    by Louis Betty $29.95$64.95
    Literary study from Penn State University Press

    Michel Houellebecq is France’s most famous and controversial living novelist. Focusing on Houellebecq’s complicated relationship with religion, Louis Betty shows that the novelist, who is at best agnostic, “is a deeply and unavoidably religious writer.”

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