Dylan Brown considers two new translations of Heinrich von Kleist and the German Romantic writer’s growing reputation in English.
For a novel that’s under 300 pages, Yoko Ogawa's "The Memory Police" is remarkably layered and rich without feeling cluttered.
Dylan Brown reads through “Reading Through the Night” by literary critic Jane Tompkins.
"Great American Desert" should join the ranks of other landmark short story collections set in the Midwest, like "Nebraska" and "Close Range."
Dylan Brown reviews the recently released collection "Evening in Paradise," which shows Berlin's mastery of rhythm and restraint.