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Whilst cartoonish at times, Tyler Keevil’s The Drive is an entertaining and humorous road trip through the American wastelands.
Lazy Gramophone must be commended here for assembling in Time an anthology that at least attempts to marry shrewd accessibility with artsy conceptual considerations.
A universe of robots, sentient planets and reviews of non-existent books: Wojciech Orlinski on the amazing literary legacy of Polish science fiction master Stanisław Lem.
For book-lovers everywhere, Latitude Festival in Henham Park, Suffolk, offers the most comprehensive of all literary events in the world. We take a look at the must-see performers and shows.
And the Mountains Echoed is a worthy and emotional successor from the author of A Thousand Splendid Suns and The Kite Runner whilst managing to be even more emotionally heart-wrenching.
A raucous and engaging opening in Marjorie Celona’s debut novel, Y, gives way to moments of ordinary imagery and characterisation that, ultimately, suggests better things are to come.
Peter Lewis on the pleasures and pitfalls of translating German to English, from imponderable subclauses and outlandish compound nouns to the translator’s bête noire, the innuendo.
Translator and blogger Katy Derbyshire gets us up to speed on the German literary scene with 11 contemporary books in translation you should be reading.