Savage Seasons

Written by Kettly Mars; Jeanine Herman (translator)
Kettly Mars’s "Savage Seasons" describes a pivotal and painful period in Haitian history by weaving together two stories: the personal story of Nirvah and her family and the universal story of Duvalier’s dictatorial regime and its abuses. READ MORE

Americanine: A Haute Dog in New York

Written by Yann Kebbi | Illustrated by Yann Kebbi
A French dog recounts his trip to New York City to his pals back home. READ MORE

Mad Like Artaud

Written by Sylvère Lotringer; Joanna Spinks (translator)
Exploring madness, in and around the work of Antonin Artaud. READ MORE

The Exchange of Princesses

Written by Chantal Thomas; John Cullen (translator)
Set in the French and Spanish courts of the eighteenth century, this novel is based on a true story about the fate of two young princesses caught in the intrigues and secrets of the moment. READ MORE

Cruel Tales from the 13th Floor

Written by Luc Lang; Donald Nicholson-Smith (Translator)
In sixteen ferocious short stories, French author Luc Lang encapsulates the brutality of everyday life. Each tale is an admixture of tragedy, comedy, ridicule, and pain. Compassion lurks somewhere, perhaps, but pity is conspicuous by its absence. READ MORE

The Festival of Insignificance

Written by Milan Kundera; Linda Asher (translator)
From the internationally acclaimed, bestselling author of The Unbearable Lightness of Being, an unexpected and enchanting novel—the culmination of his life's work. READ MORE

The Meursault Investigation

Written by Kamel Daoud; John Cullen (translator)
He was the brother of “the Arab” killed by the infamous Meursault, the antihero of Camus’s classic novel. Seventy years after that event, Harun, who has lived since childhood in the shadow of his sibling’s memory, refuses to let him remain anonymous: he gives his brother a story and a name—Musa—and describes the events that led to Musa’s casual murder on a dazzlingly sunny beach. READ MORE

Tregian's Ground

Written by Anne Cuneo; Roland Glasser and Louise Rogers Lalaurie (translators)
In this Prix des Libraires (Booksellers Prize) winning novel, Anne Cuneo deftly recreates the musician's journey across Renaissance Europe, which sees him befriending Shakespeare, swapping partitions with William Byrd and Monteverdi, and playing in the court of Henri IV of France. An epic, transcontinental choreography in which Europe's monarchs tussle with pretenders to their thrones, and ordinary people steer between allegiances to God, nation, and family. READ MORE

The Travels of Daniel Ascher

Written by Déborah Lévy-Bertherat; Adriana Hunter (translator)
When French archaeology student Hélène discovers a newfound interest in her eccentric great-uncle’s mysterious origins, she commences an investigation that transforms into a darker affair and leads her to ask: How far will one person go to forge a past? READ MORE

Ariol: Where's Petula?

Written by Emmanuel Guibert; Marc Boutavant (Illustrator)
ARiOL is your average everyday donkey. He lives in the suburbs with his mom and dad. His best friend is a pig. He’s in love with a beautiful cow in his class. His teacher is a dog. His gym teacher is a huge rooster. In short, ARiOL is just like you and me! READ MORE

Attachment

Written by Florence Noiville; Teresa Lavender Fagan (translator)
Attachment explores the obsessive relationship of love, observing both mother and daughter under its magnifying glass. READ MORE

The Arachnean and Other Texts

Written by Fernand Deligny; Drew S. Burk (translator); Catherine Porter (translator);
What is a space perceived outside of language? What is the form of a movement without perspective or goal? How do we engage with a world that is not our own, a world turned upside down yet truly common, where acting cohabitates with our actions and the unknown with our forms of knowledge? READ MORE

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