House of Leaves may be on everyone's shortlist of postmodern media-savvy novels, but are we ready for a retrospective collection of essays on Mark Z. Danielewski? According to Daniel Punday's review, Joe Bray and Alison Gibbons' collection says as much about the current state of (post) postmodernist writing as it does about Danielewski's scant oeuvre.
Elizabeth Jane Wall Hinds follows the narrative line of Pynchon's Mason & Dixon as it bifurcates and spreads over the globe and across two centuries.
Regarding a monumental work on race, time, and classical music that does not lose sight of individual, localized lives.
On the occasion of a new novel by Joseph McElroy and the Overlook Press reissue of McElroy's earlier work, Andrew Walser initiates a revaluation.