Imre Kertész is a Jewish-Hungarian writer currently living in Berlin. He is the author of over 15 books and winner of the 2002 Nobel Prize for Literature for his loosely fictional novel "Fatelessness", which depicted the brutal journey of a teenage Hungarian boy through three separate Nazi concentration camps. read more »
Nanni Balestrini, author of the intoxicating and maddening novel "The Unseen", returns with yet another brilliant piece about class struggle in Europe. read more »
An occult, anarchist novella that explores the role of misfit artists in a post-revolutionary society.
A short fable of early empire.