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- Iwaki Kei's Farewell, My Orange, just out in English from Europa Editions
- The latest Higashino Keigo mystery, Newcomer
- Jean Améry's Portrait of a Simple Man, Charles Bovary, Country Doctor, just out in English from New York Review Books
- Venezuelan author Eduardo Sánchez Rugeles' Blue Label, just out in English from Turtle Point Press
- Natsume Sōseki's classic, I am a Cat
- Two Novellas by Gerard Reve, Childhood
- Pablo Martín Sánchez's novel of The Anarchist Who Shared My Name, just out from Deep Vellum
- The first in Delacorta's infamous series, Nana
- Slovenian author Jasmin B. Frelih's In/Half, just out in English from Oneworld
- Mishima Yukio's 1961 novel, The Frolic of the Beasts, translated for the first time
- Honoré de Balzac's Treatise on Modern Stimulants, in a lovely little edition from Wakefield Press
- Another Lee Child thriller, The Enemy
- The latest by David Albahari, Checkpoint
- Boris Zhitkov's epic of the time around the 1905 Revolution Виктор Вавич, another Soviet novel from the 1930s (re)discovered after the collapse of the Soviet Union
- Patrick Modiano's first post-Nobel novel, Sleep of Memory, just out in English in Yale University Press' Margellos World Republic of Letters-series
- David Turgeon's novel, The Supreme Orchestra, just out in English from Coach House Books
- Bora Ćosić's Rasulo -- just out in ... German, as Im Zustand stiller Auflösung
- Friedrich Ani's The Nameless Day
- Daša Drndić's two-story collection of Doppelgänger, just out from Istros Books
- A Zulu Epic by Mazisi Kunene, Emperor Shaka the Great, recently re-issued by the University Of KwaZulu-Natal Press
- A Boolean Comedrama by Oulipians Jacques Jouet and Olivier Salon, Two-Step
- Nobel laureate Harry Martinson's classic science fiction epic in verse, Aniara
- Kiran Nagarkar's 1974 debut, Seven Sixes are Forty-Three
- Nobel laureate Patrick Modiano's 2003 novel, Paris Nocturne
- Karen Duve's set-in-2031 thriller, The Prepper Room
- Fragments of a True-to-Life Autobiography by Maryse Condé, What is Africa to Me ?
- Jean-Jacques Schuhl's 1972 work Dusty Pink, finally in English, from Semiotext(e)
- Marc Behm's thriller, Afraid to Death
- Manzoor Ahtesham's Hindi novel, The Tale of the Missing Man, just out in English from Northwestern University Press
- Aka Mortschiladse's Saba prize winning 2011 novel, Obolé, just out -- in German
- Yokoyama Hideo's Seventeen -- already out in the UK; coming to the US next month
- An updated edition of a collection by Dubravka Ugrešić, American Fictionary, just out from Open Letter
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