Kenyon Review asks:
So let’s say you wanted to read something by the 2008 Nobel Laureate in Literature, Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clezio. You might go to Amazon, where you’d find that, aside from four books published by noncommercial presses — including only two of his novels, Wandering Star, published by Curbstone Press in 2004, and Onitsha, published by Bison Books in 1997, along with The Round, and Other Cold, Hard Facts, a collection of stories published by the University of Nebraska Press in 2003 — there’s almost nothing available in the US.
Well, let’s not forget Words Without Borders!
I’m sorry to admit I’ve barely heard of this French author and multiculturalist, but I like what I’m hearing and I look forward to reading more. Anybody out there have anything to say about this guy?