Fiction by Barbara Epler
Terrestrial Intelligence gathers the best new ground-breaking fiction from around the world, from W. G. Sebald (“one of the most gripping writers imaginable,” The New York Review of Books) and Roberto Bolaño (“his generation’s premier Latin-American writer, [his] reputation and legend are in meteoric ascent,” The New York Times) to the Russian enfant terrible Victor Pelevin and the astonishing Yoko Tawada. Not to be missed are the pleasures of Antonio Tabucchi (“the most original voice in the new generation of Italian writers,” The Harvard Book Review), Javier Marías (“Spain’s best bait for the Nobel Prize,” The New York Sun) and Yoel Hoffmann (“Israel’s avant-garde genius,” Forward).…More Information
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New. Different. Stretching the form as far as it will go.