Fitzcarraldo Editions

I’m reading my way through the entire Fitzcarraldo Editions’ catalog.

Read books are marked as (✓). Books I own are in bold. Reviews, when available, are linked below. I have crossed off a few books which do not interest me (DNFs).

  • Publisher: here
  • Books I’ve read: 5/ 38

Click on the link to read the review, when available.

  1. Zone by Mathias Enard
  2. Memory Theatre by Simon Critchley
  3. On Immunity by Eula Biss
  4. My Documents by Alejandro Zambra
  5. It’s No Good by Kirill Medvedev
  6. Street of Thieves by Mathias Enard
  7. Notes on Suicide by Simon Critchley
  8. ✓ Pond by Claire-Louise Bennett
  9. Nicotine by Gregor Hens
  10. Nocilla Dream by Agustín Fernández Mallo
  11. Pretentiousness: Why it Matters by Dan Fox
  12. Counternarratives by John Keene
  13. Football by Jean-Philippe Toussaint
  14. Second-hand Time by Svetlana Alexievich
  15. The Hatred of Poetry by Ben Lerner
  16. A Primer for Cadavers by Ed Atkins
  17. Bricks and Mortar by Clemens Meyer
  18. Nocilla Experience by Agustín Fernández Mallo
  19. ✓ The Doll’s Alphabet by Camilla Grudova
  20. This Young Monster by Charlie Fox
  21. Compass by Mathias Enard
  22. Notes from No Man’s Land by Eula Biss
  23. Flights, by Olga Tokarczuk, tr. Jennifer Croft (2017. Original: Bieguni, 2007)
  24. Essayism by Brian Dillon
  25. Moving Kings by Joshua Cohen
  26. Companions by Christina Hesselholdt
  27. This Little Art by Kate Briggs
  28. Insane by Rainald Goetz
  29. The Second Body by Daisy Hildyard
  30. River by Esther Kinsky
  31. In the Dark Room by Brian Dillon
  32. Arkady by Patrick Langley
  33. Not to Read by Alejandro Zambra
  34. Scenes from a Childhood by Jon Fosse
  35. Attention: Dispatches from the Land of Distraction by Joshua Cohen
  36. Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of the Dead, by Olga Tokarczuk (2018, tr.  Antonia Lloyd-Jones. Original: Prowadź swój pług przez kości umarłych, 2009)
  37. Tell Them of Battles, Kings and Elephants by Mathias Enard
  38. The Years, by Annie Ernaux, tr. Alison L. Strayer (2017. Original: Les Années, 2008)