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Ackerman, Diane. One Hundred Names for Love. W. W. Norton, 2011. Cloth: $26.95. (NF)

Aiken, Joan. The Monkey's Wedding. Small Beer Press, 2011. Cloth: $24.00. (F)

Albright, Daniel. Evasions. Sylph Editions, 2011. Paper: 10.00 [pounds sterling]. (P)

Altschul, Andrew Foster. Deus Ex Machina. Counterpoint Press, 2011. Paper: $14.95. (F)

American Society of Magazine Editors. The Best American Magazine Writing 2010. Columbia University Press, 2011. Paper: $16.95. (NF)

Antin, David. Radical Coherency. Univ. of Chicago Press, 2011. Paper: $25.00. (NF)

Appanah, Nathacha. The Last Brother. Trans. Geoffrey Strachan. Graywolf Press, 2010. Paper: $14.00. (F)

Ashley, Robert. Atalanta: Acts of God. Burning Books, 2010. Cloth: $25.00 (NF)

Ashley, Robert. Quicksand. Burning Books, 2011. Paper: $10.00. (F)

Atwood, Margaret. The Robber Bride, The Blind Assassin, & Oryx and Crake. Ed. J. Brooks Bouson. Continuum, 2011. Paper: $29.95. (F)

Barnes, Rusty. Mostly Redneck. Sunnyoutside, 2011. Paper: $18.00. (F)

Barone, Dennis. Field Report. Quale Press, 2011. Paper: $15.00. (F)

Baumbach, Jonathon. Dreams of Molly. Dzanc Books, 2011. Paper: 15.95. (F)

Bessette, Gerard. Not for Every Eye. Trans. Steven Urquhart. Exile Editions, 2010. Paper: $15.95. (F)

Boyce, Michael. Anderson. Pedlar Press, 2010. Paper: $21.00. (F)

Butler, Blake & Lily Hoang, ed. 30 Under 30: An Anthology of Innovative Fiction by Younger Writers. Starcherone Books, 2011. Paper: $20.00. (F)

Carnahan, Sumner. Only a Messenger. Burning Books, 2011. Paper: $10.00. (F)

Carson, Tom. Daisy Buchanan's Daughter. Paycock Press, 2011. Paper: $19.95. (F)

Cohen, Joshua. A Heaven of Others. Starcherone Books, 2011. Paper: $20.00. (F)

Columbia University School of the Arts/Writing 2011 Thesis Anthology. Paper: No Price Listed. (F)

Connell, Brendan. The Life of Polycrates & Other Stories for Antiquated Children. Chomu Press, 2011. Paper: $14.00. (F)

DeLillo, Don. Mao II, Underworld & Falling Man. Ed. Stacey Olster. Continuum, 2011. Paper: $29.95. (F)

Deshell, Jeffrey. Arthouse. Fiction Collective 2, 2011. Paper: $19.95. (F)

Devi, Ananda. Indian Tango. Trans. Jean Anderson. Host Publications, 2011. Paper: $15.00. (F)

Ellis, Bret Easton. American Psycho, Glamorama, & Lunar Park. Ed. Naomi Mandel. Continuum, 2011. Paper: $29.95. (F)

Epstein, Alex. Lunar Savings Time. Trans. Becka Mara McKay. Clockroot, 2011. Paper: $15.00. (F)

Fisher, M.F.K. Love in a Dish. Counterpoint Press, 2011. Cloth: $18.95. (NF)

Foley, Barbara. Wrestling with the Left: The Making of Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man. Duke Univ. Press, 2011. Paper: $ 29.95. (NF)

Frank, Thaisa. Heidegger's Glasses. Counterpoint Press, 2010. Cloth: $25.00. (F)

Franz, Carlos. The Absent Sea. McPherson & Co., 2011. Cloth: $25.00. (F)

Frick, Thomas. The Iron Boys. Burning Books, 2011. Paper: $10.00. (F)

Gerdes, Eckhard. Hugh Moore. Civil Coping Mechanisms, 2010. Paper: $16.95. (F)

Gilmore, John. Head of a Man. Reality Street, 2011. Paper: $14.00. (F)

Goldstein, Sarah. Fables. Tarpaulin Sky, 2011. Paper: $16.00. (F)

Goransson, Johannes. Entrance to colonial pageant in which we all begin to intricate. Tarpaulin Sky, 2011. Paper: $16.00. (F)

Gracq, Julien. The Peninsula. Trans. Elizabeth Deshays. Green Integer, 2011. Paper: $12.95. (F)

Grandbois, Daniel. The Hermaphrodite. Ill. Alfredo Benavidez Bedoya. Green Integer, 2010. Paper: $13.95. (F)

Gupta, Sunetra. So Good in Black. Clockroot Books, 2011. Paper: $18.00. (F)

Hall, James C. & Heather Hathaway, Ed. Conversations with Paule Marshall. Univ. Press of Mississippi, 2011. Cloth: $40.00. (NF)

Hamilton, Caroline. One Man Zeitgeist: Dave Eggers, Publishing and Publicity. Continuum, 2010. Cloth: $100.00. (NF)

Hausman, Blake M. …

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