Wednesday, September 14, 2011

The Quarterly Conversation turns 25!

Time is short here at I've Been Reading Lately HQ this week--which is particularly frustrating because on Sunday I dove into the last of the Dorothy Dunnett novels I hadn't read, Checkmate, and once you've been sucked into Dunnett's world, there's nothing you want to do but stay there. But fortunately there's the twenty-fifth issue of the Quarterly Conversation for me to send you to. As usual, there's plenty of fascinating material there, including a love letter to Antonio Lobo Antunes by Chad Post (who just may be Antunes's biggest fan); a look at the newest of Cesar Aira's endless supply of novels to be translated into English, by Hugo Browne-Anderson, and a grappling with Robert Duncan's The H. D. Book by George Fragopoulos. That should at least keep you folks busy for a few days until things return to normal around here. Enjoy!

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