Graywolf

Across the China Sea

By Gaute Heivoll - By Nadia Christensen (trans.) - Published 2017

Genres:

Literary

“This is what the new world was like: Our own asylum, in the midst of a forest, in the midst of the parish, ...Read Review

The Pinch

By Steve Stern - Published 2016

Genres:

Literary

If you look carefully at the cover, you will see that The Pinch is considered simultaneously “a history” and “a novel,” which definitely ...Read Review

The Art of History: Unlocking the Past in Fiction & Nonfiction

By Christopher Bram - Published 2016

Genres:

Nonfiction

Christopher Bram (Father of Frankenstein, Eminent Outlaws) explores his love for the past in this delightful little book from Graywolf. “Some people dismiss ...Read Review

Almost Everything Very Fast

By Aaron Kerner (trans.) - By Christopher Kloeble - Published 2016

Genres:

Literary

On the face of it, this is a present-day story about a father and son. Albert is nineteen and has just finished high ...Read Review

A Woman Loved

By Andrei Makine - By Geoffrey Strachan (trans.) - Published 2015

Genres:

Literary

Should historical fiction include fiction in which a researcher looks back at the past, in this case the career of Catherine the Great? ...Read Review

The Wake

By Paul Kingsnorth - Published 2015

Genres:

Literary

Paul Kingsnorth’s challenging, heavily researched first novel, The Wake, is written in what he describes as a “shadow tongue” of Old English, ...Read Review

Song of the Shank

By Jeffery Renard Allen - Published 2014Published 2014-06-17

Genres:

Biographical FictionLiterary

Tom Wiggins was born a slave in Georgia in 1849. He was blind, and also appears to have been autistic—what was once unkindly ...Read Review

In Times of Fading Light

By Anthea Bell (trans.) - By Eugen Ruge - Published 2013

Genres:

LiterarySaga

Eugen Ruge’s newly translated literary novel lets us experience the political upheaval of a German family, interspersed with somewhat sarcastic reflections on ...Read Review

Seven Houses in France

By Bernard Atxaga - By Margaret Jull Costa (trans.) - Published 2012

Genres:

Literary

The Belgian occupation of the Congo was one of the bloodiest, cruelest events in modern history, a fact reflected in the title of ...Read Review

Child Wonder

By Don Bartlett (trans.) - By Don Shaw (trans.) - By Roy Jacobsen - Published 2011

Genres:

Literary

It is 1961, the year of the Berlin Wall and Yuri Gagarin, and eight year old Finn is living alone with his mother in ...Read Review