2017

 

    1. William Maxwell, So Long, See You Tomorrow
    2. Rubem Fonseca, The Taker and Other Stories (trans. Clifford E. Landers)
    3. Kate Zambreno, Book of Mutter
    4. Alejandro Zambra, My Documents (trans. Megan McDowell)
    5. Rachel Cusk, Transit
    6. Rachel Cusk, Saving Agnes
    7. Alejandro Zambra, The Private Lives of Trees (Trans. Megan McDowell)
    8. Mark Fisher, The Weird and the Eerie
    9. Claire-Louise Bennett, Pond
    10. Rachel Cusk, The Temporary
    11. Mathias Enard, Zone (trans. Charlotte Mandell)
    12. Mathias Enard, Street of Thieves (trans. Charlotte Mandell)
    13. Fleur Jaeggy, Sweet Days of Discipline (trans. Tim Parks)
    14. Anita Brookner, Look at Me
    15. Charlie Fox, This Young Monster
    16. Nathalie Léger, Suite for Barbara Loden (trans. Natasha Lehrer and Cécile Menon)
    17. Eula Biss, On Immunity: An Inoculation
    18. Antonio Tabucchi, Pereira Maintains (trans. Patrick Creagh)
    19. Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa, The Leopard (trans. Archibald Colquhoun)
    20. David Gilmour, The Last Leopard: A Life of Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa
    21. ^ Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa: The Professor and the Siren (trans. Archibald Colquhoun)
    22. ^ Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa: [Essays on] English Literature (trans. David Gilmour)
    23. ^ Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa: Tutorials on Stendhal (trans. David Gilmour)
    24. Mathias Enard, Compass (trans. Charlotte Mandell)
    25. Annemarie Schwarzenbach, All the Roads Are Open (trans. Isabel Fargo Cole)
    26. Gilbert Highet, The Classical Tradition
    27. Aeschylus, The Oresteia (trans. Robert Fagles)
    28. Michael Wood, On Empson
    29. Michael Hamburger, String of Beginnings
    30. Philip Davis, Reading and the Reader
    31. Ingeborg Bachmann and Christa Wolf, Selected Prose and Drama (multiple translators)
    32. Christa Wolf, No Place on Earth (trans. Jan van Heurck)
    33. Christa Wolf, City of Angels (trans. Damion Searls)
    34. Christa Wolf, One Day a Year: 1960-2000 (trans. Lowell A. Bangerter)
    35. Cees Nooteboom, Letters to Poseidon (trans. Laura Watkinson)
    36. ^ Samuel Beckett, Stirrings Still
    37. Michael Hamburger, In Conversation with Peter Dale
    38. Heinrich Böll, Billiards at Half-Past Nine (trans. Patrick Bowles)
    39. Michael Hamburger, Art as Second Nature
    40. Heinrich Böll, What’s to Become of the Boy? (trans. Leila Vennewitz)
    41. Christa Wolf, One Day a Yeat (trans. Katy Derbyshire)
    42. Marguerite Yourcenar, That Mighty Sculptor, Time (trans. Walter Kaiser)
    43. John Haffenden, William Empson, Volume I: Among the Mandarins
    44. WH Auden, The Complete Works of WH Auden: Prose, Volume V, 1963-1968
    45. Katherine Bucknall and Nicholas Jenkins, WH Auden, ‘The Map of All My Youth’
    46. Dorothy Richardson, Pointed Roofs
    47. Dorothy Richardson, Backwater
    48. Dorothy Richardson, Honeycomb
    49. John Cowper Powys, Dorothy M. Richardson
    50. Dorothy Richardson, The Tunnel
    51. Dorothy Richardson, Interim
    52. Dorothy Richardson, Deadlock
    53. Jean-Philippe Toussaint, Urgency and Patience (trans. Edward Gauvin)
    54. Dorothy Richardson, Revolving Lights
    55. Gloria G. Fromm, Dorothy Richardson
    56. Dorothy Richardson, The Trap
    57. Enid Starkie, André Gide
    58. Stephen Mitchelmore, This Space of Writing
    59. Jen Craig, Panthers and the Museum of Fire
    60. Michael Wood, Children of Silence
    61. Gillian Rose, Paradiso
    62. Andrew Shanks, Against Innocence: Gillian Rose’s Reception and Gift of Faith
    63. Joanna Walsh, Worlds From the Word’s End
    64. *André Gide, Dostoevsky
    65. Peter Boxall, The Value of the Novel