- Katie Da Cunha Lewin reviews Sylvie Weil's Selfies (trans. Ros Schwartz).
- Daniel Davis Wood reviews Kathryn Scanlan's Aug 9— Fog.
- Daniel Davis Wood reviews Jeremy Cooper's Ash Before Oak.
- David Hebblethwaite reviews Mario Levrero's Empty Words (trans. Annie McDermott).
- David Hebblethwaite reviews Will Wiles' Plume.
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