Citkowitz, Evgenia, Ether: Seven Stories and a Novella (New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2010) (See Ligaya Mishan, "Fumblers and Dreamers, NYT Book Review, Sunday, 5/30/2010.).
Donoghue, Emma, Room: A Novel (New York & Boston: Little, Brown, 2010) (See Aimee Bender, Separation Anxiety," NYT Book Review, Sunday, 9/19/2010).
Eisenberg, Deborah, The Collected Stories of Deborah Eisenberg (New York: Picador/Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2010) (See Jean Thompson, "Don't Have a Nice Day," NYT Book Review, Sunday, 4/18/2010.).
Goldberg, Myla, The False Friend: A Novel (New York: Doubleday, 2010) (See Marilyn Stasio, "Childhood Attachments," NYT Book Review, Sunday, 10/24/2010.).
Gombrowicz, Witold, Pornografia: A Novel translated from the Polish by Danuta Borchardt, with a foreword by Sam Lipsyte (New York: Grove Press, 2009) .
Goncharov, Ivan, Oblomov: A Novel translated from the Russian by Marian Schwartz, with an afterword by Mikhail Shishkin (New York: Seven Stories Press, 2008) (From the book jacket: "In this first translation taken from the definitive L. S. Geiro edition, translator Marian Schwartz captures the wry humor and all-embracing humanity of Ivan Goncharov's classic nineteenth-century satire of quiet resistance to bourgeois life. Ilya Ilich Oblomov is a young, serf-owning nobleman largely incapable of overcoming his apathy. 'Forced to choose between an unworthy life and sleeping,' writes Mikhail Shishkin in the afterword, 'Oblomov chooses sleep. Suicide by sofa.' ".
Goodman, Allegra, The Cookbook Collector: A Novel (New York: The Dial Press, 2010) ( "'You should have warned me earlier, ' Orion said. 'I would have lowered my expectations.' Lou grinned. 'True story. A woman and her lovely young daughter are sitting on the beach. An enormous wave comes crashing down and sweeps the daughter away. 'The mother is hysterical. Weeping, she stands at the water's edge. If there's a God in heaven, she screams, please bring back my child! 'Lo and behold the wave returns and washes up the lovely daughter, alive and well. 'Thank you, merciful God! the mother cries. Then she looks around her. She looks all around, and at last she calls up to heaven once more. She cries out, There was also a hat?'" Id. at 346-347. See Dominique Browning, "The Insatiable Years," NYT Book Review, Sunday, 7/25/2010.).
Krauss, Nicole, Great House: A Novel (New York: Norton: 2010) (See Rebecca Newberger Goldstein, "Hearts Full of Sorrow," NYT Book Review, Sunday, 10/17/2010.).
Roth, Philip, Nemesis (Boston & New York: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2010) (See Leah Hager Cohen, "Summer of '44," NYT Book Review, Sunday, 10/10/2010.).
Spencer, Scott, Man in the Woods: A Novel (New York: Ecco, 2010) (See Ron Carlson, "What the Dog Saw," NYT Book Review, Sunday, 10/10/2010).