Tuesday New Release Day: Bezmozgis, Dyer, Professor X, Pletzinger, Still

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New this week is David Bezmozgis’s The Free World, the new Geoff Dyer collection of criticism Otherwise Known as the Human Condition (reviewed here today), “Professor X’s” higher ed expose In the Basement of the Ivory Tower, Funeral for a Dog, a German novel in translation by young author Thomas Pletzinger, which John Wray has blurbed as “ballsy,” and Chinaberry, a posthumously published novel by the Appalachian author James Still.

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2 Responses to “Tuesday New Release Day: Bezmozgis, Dyer, Professor X, Pletzinger, Still”

  1. Edward Champion
    at 7:08 pm on March 29, 2011

    No love for Michael Crummey’s GALORE, Max? Yes, I realize it only just came out in the States today after two years in Canada. But given its ambition (which is very much up your alley), I figured I’d bring it to your attention. The Dyer volume, however, is very good.

  2. C. Max Magee
    at 7:22 pm on March 29, 2011

    Ed, The book probably should have been included here. An oversight, though there is no real rhyme or reason to how these new release updates are compiled. Anyway, it’s not as though we’ve been ignoring Galore. Michael wrote a nice essay about his book, whales, and Moby Dick for us last week.

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