Proclaimed the Kafka of Romania by Eugène Ionesco, Max Blecher wrote this incandescent masterpiece shortly before his untimely death.
A romp through the ages, by a writer “who inspires newsletters, fan clubs, and passionate exegeses.” Michael Dirda, The Washington Post
At once a chase novel, black comedy, and softly keening death song, Count Luna starts off at a gallop and accelerates into warp speed
A visionary masterpiece filled with quicksand portals, revolutionary dictators, and subterranean worlds
Enrique Vila-Matas’s new novel is perhaps his greatest: “playful and funny and among the best Spanish novelists” (Colm Tóibín)
A delicious mix of East and West, of wonder and irony, The Fox and Dr. Shimamura is a most curious novel