The Enchanted Wanderer and Other Stories by Nikolai Leskov

Middle C by William H. Gass

The Field Is Lethal by Suzanne Doppelt

70% Acrylic 30% Wool by Viola di Grado

Promising Young Women by Suzanne Scalon

The Available World by Ander Monson

The Whispering Muse by Sjón

Wolf and Pilot by Farrah Field

The Selected Letters of Anthony Hecht

Kind One by Laird Hunt

Ways of Going Home by Alejandro Zambra

Jagannath by Karin Tidbeck

Futility by William Gerhardie

First Person Sorrowful by Ko Un

Percussion Grenade by Joyelle McSweeney

The Eleven by Pierre Michon

Object Correlative: World-Building in Michael Chabon’s Telegraph Avenue

Ten Sentences From Speedboat by Renata Adler

African Lives: Truth Is Harder Than Fiction

Milosz as California Poet

The Fun Parts by Sam Lipsyte

Fra Keeler by Azareen Van Der Vliet Oloomi

J. M. Coetzee, A Life in Writing by J. C. Kannemeyer

Outside Literature: The Lars Iyer Interview

The Tim Parks Interview

Walking With Walser

David Foster Wallace: The Last Interview

Five Theories as to Why Little, Brown and Company, a Division of Hachette Book Group, Inc., Decided to Publish Both Flesh and Not, a collection of “Essays” by the Late David Foster Wallace, Theories Which Imply or Enact Their Own Approaches to Reviewing It

A Few Words and the Scrap of a Tune: On Kirsty Gunn’s The Big Music

The Ottilie Mulzet Interview

The Dan Gunn Interview