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Amulet

by Roberto Bolano & Chris Andrews

A tour de force, Amulet is a highly charged first-person, semi-hallucinatory novel that embodies in one woman's voice the melancholy and violent recent history of Latin America. Amulet is a monologue, like Bolano's...


Dublinesque

by Enrique Vila-Matas, Rosalind Harvey & Anne McLean

In this novel, Enrique Vila-Matas traces a journey connecting the worlds of Joyce and Beckett, and all they symbolize.

One night, a renowned and now retired literary publisher has a vivid dream that takes place...


In Dreams Begin Responsibilities and Other Stories

by Delmore Schwartz, James Atlas & Irving Howe

A new edition of the definitive book on the depression-era immigrant experience in New York City. Now with an exciting new preface by rock musician Lou Reed (Delmore Schwartz’s student at Syracuse), In Dreams...


Never Any End to Paris

by Enrique Vila-Matas & Anne McLean

A splendid ironic portrayal of literary Paris and of a young writer’s struggles by one of Spain’s most eminent authors. This brilliantly ironic novel about literature and writing, in Vila-Matas’s trademark...


The Miracle Cures of Dr. Aira

by César Aira & Katherine Silver

Aira's latest concerns a reluctant but powerful doctor who finally decides to use his healing powers to help a hopeless patient. César Aira’s newest novel in English is not about a conventional doctor. Single,in...


The Cardboard House

by Martín|Silver, Katherine Adán

A sweeping, kaleidoscopic, and passionate novel that presents a stunning series of flashes — scenes, moods, dreams, and weather— as the narrator wanders through Lima.

Published in 1928 to great acclaim when...


Tyrant Memory

by Horacio Castellanos Moya & Katherine Silver

Castellanos Moya’s most thrilling book to date, about the senselessness of tyranny. The tyrant of Horacio Castellanos Moya’s ambitious new novel is the actual pro-Nazi mystic Maximiliano Herna´ndez Marti´nez...


The She-Devil in the Mirror

by Horacio Castellanos Moya & Katherine Silver

Salvadorean society is shocked by the gruesome murder of a young upper-class woman, and no one more so than her best friend Laura.  In her first-person solo narration, Laura rattles on and on about her...


Senselessness

by Horacio Castellanos Moya & Katherine Silver

A Rainmaker Translation Grant Winner from the Black Mountain Institute: Senselessness, acclaimed Salvadoran author Horacio Castallanos Moya's astounding debut in English, explores horror with hilarity and electrifying...


The Literary Conference (New Directions Pearls)

by César Aira & Katherine Silver

New in the New Directions Pearls series: an extremely rich mad scientist attempts to clone a leading genius in a bid to take over the world. César is a translator who’s fallen on very hard times due to the...


Ghosts

by César Aira & Chris Andrews

The most unsettling and stunning of Aira's short novels published by New Directions. "On a building site of a new, luxury apartment building, visitors looked up at the strange, irregular form of the water tank...


An Episode in the Life of a Landscape Painter

by César Aira, Chris Andrews & Roberto Bolano

An astounding novel from Argentina that is a meditation on the beautiful and the grotesque in nature, the art of landscape painting, and one experience in a man's life that became a lightning rod for inspiration....


Bad Nature, or With Elvis in Mexico (New Directions Pearls)

by Javier Marias & Esther Allen

A gem of a Marías story: Elvis and his entourage abandon their translator in a seedy cantina full of enraged criminals. “It all happened because of Elvis Presley.” Elvis, down south of the border to film...


The Barcelona Brothers

by Carlos Zanòn & John Cullen

A gritty noir set in Barcelona's savage underbelly.

Epi Dalmau is a desperate man. Early one morning, he carries a duffle bag into a dingy bar in a rough neighborhood of Barcelona. Four other people are in the...


The Map of the Sky

by Felix J Palma

1898. New York socialite Emma Harlow agrees to marry well-to-do Montgomery Gilmore, but only if he first accepts her audacious challenge: to reproduce the Martian invasion featured in H. G. Wells’s popular...


The Island of Last Truth

by Flavia Company

“I don’t remember who introduced me to Dr. Prendel. However, I do know that it was at the home of Martin Fleming, the psychiatrist, during a get-together of the faculty professors to celebrate his promotion...


Red April: A Novel

Independent Foreign Fiction Prize 2011

by Santiago Roncagliolo

A chilling political thriller set at the end of Peru's grim war between Shining Path terrorists and a morally bankrupt government counterinsurgency.

 

Associate District Prosecutor Felix Chacaltana Saldivar is...


Necropolis

by Santiago Gamboa & Howard Curtis

Winner of the prestigious Otra Orilla Award

 

An unnamed author attends the International Congress of Biography and Memory in Jerusalem. He listens to a series of extraordinary life stories, but it is José...


Open Door

by Iosi Havilio, Beth Fowler & Oscar Guardiola-Rivera

When her partner disappears, a young woman drifts towards Open Door, a small town in the Argentinean Pampas named after its psychiatric hospital. She finds herself living with an ageing ranch-hand, although...


The Islands

by Carlos Gamerro

Buenos Aires, 1992. Hacker Felipe Félix is summoned to the vertiginous twin towers of magnate Fausto Tamerlán and charged with finding the witnesses to a very public crime. Rejecting the mission is not an...