1. László Krasznahorkai: The Melancholy of Resistance (trans. George Szirtes)
  2. Simon Critchley: Impossible Objects: Interviews
  3. László Krasznahorkai: War and War (trans. George Szirtes)
  4. Stephanie Staal: Reading Women: How the Great Books of Feminism Changed My Life
  5. Dubravka Ugresic: Karaoke Culture (trans. David Williams)
  6. Geoff Dyer: Zona: A Book About a Film About a Journey to a Room
  7. JM Coetzee: Dusklands
  8. Alex Rosenberg: The Atheist’s Guide to Reality
  9. The Epicurus Reader: Selected Writings (trans. B. Inwood/L. Gerson)
  10. Tony Judt (with Timothy Snyder): Thinking the Twentieth Century
  11. ^Patrick Rhone: Enough
  12. *Joseph Heller: Something Happened
  13. *Roger Deakin: Wildwood: A Journey Through Trees
  14. Robert Scholes: The Crafty Reader
  15. Susan Sontag: Diaries 1964-1980 As Consciousness is Harnessed to Flesh
  16. Roland Barthes: Roland Barthes
  17. Helen DeWitt: Lightning Rods
  18. Robert Sokolowski: Introduction to Phenomenology
  19. Mahmoud Darwish: Memory For Forgetfulness (trans. Ibrahim Muhawi)
  20. Al Alvarez: The Writer’s Voice
  21. Michael Howard: Liberation or Catastrophe
  22. Elias Canetti: Party in the Blitz (trans. Michael Hofmann)
  23. Richard Lloyd Parry: People Who Eat Darkness
  24. ^Poems from Zbigniew Herbert: The Collected Poems (trans. Alissa Valles)
  25. Ray Monk: How to Read Wittgenstein
  26. Robert MacFarlane: The Old Ways: A Journey on Foot
  27. John Banville: The Infinities
  28. Elif Batuman: The Possessed
  29. Jackie Bowring: A Field Guide to Melancholy
  30. Anna Banti: Artemisia
  31. Mark Dery: I Must Not Think Bad Thoughts
  32. Carl Cederström and Peter Fleming: Dead Man Working
  33. Anne Carson: Antigenic
  34. Mark Fisher: Capitalist Realism
  35. Cormac McCarthy: The Road
  36. Franz Kafka: The Zürau Aphorisms (trans. Michael Hofmann)
  37. Lars Svendsen: A Philosophy of Boredom (trans. John Irons)
  38. Fredric Jameson: Postmodernism Or, The Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism
  39. Immanuel Wallerstein: Historical Capitalism
  40. JM Coetzee: In the Heart of the Country
  41. Gabriel Josipovici: Infinity: The Story of a Moment
  42. Mahmoud Darwish: Journal of an Ordinary Grief (trans. Ibrahim Muhawi)
  43. Theodor Adorno: Minima Moralia: Reflections from a Damaged Life (trans. EFN Jephcott)
  44. Pascal Quignard: The Roving Shadows (trans. Chris Turner)
  45. Alex Stein: The Artist as Mystic: Conversations with Yahia Lababidi
  46. ^JG Ballard: Prima Belladonna
  47. Enrique Vila-Matas: Never Any End to Paris (trans. Anne McLean)
  48. Andrew Bennett and Nicholas Royle: An Introduction to Literature, Criticism and Theory
  49. Andrew Solomon: The Noonday Demon – An Anatomy of Depression
  50. *^Franz Kafka: The Metamorphosis (trans. Stanley Corngold)
  51. ^Nina Pelikan Strauß: Transforming Franz Kafka’s Metamorphosis
  52. ^Angela Carter: The Bloody Chamber
  53. Clarice Lispector: Água Viva (trans. Stefan Tobler)
  54. Mary Ruefle: Madness, Rack, and Honey
  55. ^Angela Carter: The Snow Child
  56. ^Mary Kaiser: Fairy Tale as Sexual Allegory
  57. Christine Schutt: Prosperous Friends
  58. Kate Zambreno: Heroines
  59. Henry James: The Turn of the Screw
  60. Hélène Cixous: Encounters: Conversations on Life and Writing
  61. Hélène Cixous: White Ink: Interviews on Sex, Text and Politics
  62. *F. Scott Fitzgerald: The Great Gatsby
  63. Susannah Clapp: A Card From Angela Carter
  64. Elfriede Jelinek: Her Not All Her (trans. Damion Serails)
  65. Jodie Bellamy: Barf Manifesto
  66. Brian Dillon: I Am Sitting in a Room
  67. Friedrich Nietzsche: Ecce Homo (trans.Anthony M. Ludovico)
  68. Chris Kraus: I Love Dick

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