Read: 2022

Ludwig Hohl, The Notes: Or Non-premature Reconciliation, (trans. Tess Lewis)
Gerald Murnane, Collected Short Fiction
Anka Muhlstein, Monsieur Proust’s Library
Ellis Sharp, Twenty-Twenty
Ellis Sharp, Sharply Critical
Ellis Sharp, Lamees Najim
*Albert Camus, The Outsider, (trans. Sandra Smith)
*Marguerite Duras, The Garden Square, (trans. Sonia Pitt-Rivers and Irina Morduch)
Annie Ernaux, Simple Passion, (trans. Tanya Leslie)
Samuel Beckett, Company
Andy Wimbush, Still: Samuel Beckett’s Quietism
+Samuel Beckett, Dante… Bruno. Vico.. Joyce
+Samuel Beckett, Assumption
+Samuel Beckett, Sedendo et Quiescendo
+Samuel Beckett, A Case in a Thousand
Byung-Chul Han, Capitalism and the death drive, (trans. Daniel Steuer)
Byung-Chul Han, The disappearance of rituals, (trans. Daniel Steuer)
Geoffrey Hill, Tenebrae
Kathryn Davis, Aurelia, Aurélia
Karl Ove Knausgaard, The Morning Star, (trans. Martin Aitken)
Karl Ove Knausgaard, Winter, (trans. Ingvild Burkey)
Simon Armitage, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
Hayley Campbell, All the Living and the Dead
Iain McGilchrist, The Matter With Things, Volume One: The Ways to Truth
Iain McGilchrist, The Matter With Things, Volume Two: What Then Is True?
Sylvia Plath, Ariel
*Peter Holm Jensen, The Moment
Byung-Chul Han, Non-things: Upheaval in the Lifeworld
Massimo Recalcati, The Night in Gethsemane, (trans. Ann Goldstein)
Ingeborg Bachmann, The Critical Writings (trans. Karen Achberger and Karl Ivan Solibakke)
Malcolm Bowie, Selected Essays, Volume II
Gabriel Josipovici, Hotel Andromeda
Michael Patrick Gillespie, James Joyce’s Trieste Library
William Baker, The Libraries of George Eliot and George Henry Lewes
*Beowulf, (trans. Maria Dahvana Headley)
John Higgs, William Blake vs The World
Iain Sinclair, Blake’s London: The Topographic Sublime
Zadie Smith, Intimations
Paul Griffiths, Mr. Beethoven
Inger Christensen, The Condition of Secrecy, (trans. Susanna Nied)
Inger Christensen, Light, Grass and Letter in April, (trans. Susanna Nied)
Fanny Howe, London-Rose
Ryunosuke Koike, The Practise of Not Thinking, (trans. Eriko Sugita)
W. G. Sebald, On The Natural History of Destruction, (trans. Anthea Bell)
Jon Fosse, Scenes From a Childhood, (trans. Damion Searls)
Agenda: Homage to Geoffrey Hill
Geoffrey Hill, The Book of Baruch by the Gnostic Justin
Geoffrey Hill, For the Unfallen
Vidyan Ravinthiran, Worlds Woven Together
Glyn Maxwell, On Poetry
James Longenbach, The Art of the Poetic Line
Bhanu Kapil, How to Wash a Heart
James Longenbach, The Lyric Now
Anthony Etherin (editor), The Book of Penteract
Matthew Sperling, Visionary Philology: Geoffrey Hill and the Study of Words
Sandeep Parmar, The Marble Orchard
Sandeep Parmar, Eidolon
Andrew Michael Roberts, Geoffrey Hill
Christopher Middleton, Palavers and A Nocturnal Journal
Jeremy Hooker, Diary of a Stroke
Jeremy Hooker, The Release
Amina Cain, A Horse at Night
Cees Nooteboom, 533: A Book of Days, (trans. Laura Watkinson)
Amina Cain, Creature
Genese Grill, Portals: Reflections on the Spirit in Matter
Bushra Al-Maqtari, What Have You Left Behind?, (trans. Sawad Hussain)
Lotte L. S., This Energy Wasted By Flight—
Ágota Kristóf, The Illiterate, (trans. Nina Bogin)
Thomas Bernhard, Yes, (trans. Ewald Osers)
+Samuel Beckett, The Expelled
+Samuel Beckett, The Calmative
*Deborah Levy, Things I Don’t Want to Know
Jon Fosse, Melancholy II, (trans. Eric Dickens)
Jon Fosse, Morning and Evening, (trans. Damion Searls)
Jon Fosse, Aliss at the Fire, (trans. Damion Searls)
*Deborah Levy, The Cost of Living
Jon Fosse, Septology, (trans. Damion Searls)
*Jon Fosse, An Angel Walks Through the Stage and Other Essays (trans. May-Brit Akerholt)
Christa Wolf, Accident / A Day’s News (trans. Heike Schwarzbauer and Rick Takvorian)
Christa Wolf, In the Flesh (trans. John S. Barrett)
Dag Solstad, Professor Andersen’s Night (trans. Agnes Scott Langland)
Dag Solstad, T Singer (trans. Tina Nunnally)

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