Books by Chris Andrews

About

Chris Andrews was born in Newcastle, Australia, in 1962. He studied at the University of Melbourne and taught there, in the French program, from 1995 to 2008. He also taught at the University of Western Sydney, where he was a member of the Writing and Society Research Center. As well as translating nine books by Roberto Bolano and ten books (and counting) by César Aira, he also brought the French author Kaouther Adimi's Our Riches into English for New Directions. Andrews has won the Valle-Inclán Prize and the French-American Foundation Translation Prize for his translations. Additionally, he has published the critical studies Poetry and Cosmogony: Science in the Writing of Queneau and Ponge and Roberto Bolano's Fiction: An Expanding Universe as well as two collections of poems, Cut Lunch and Lime Green Chair, for which he won the Anthony Hecht Poetry Prize.

Titles

Monsieur Pain / Monsieur Pain

Roberto Bolaño

$15.00

By Night in Chile

Roberto Bolaño

$13.95
$12.97

Distant Star

Chris Andrews and Roberto Bolaño

$15.95
$14.83

An Episode in the Life of a Landscape Painter

César Aira

$12.95
$12.04

How I Became a Nun

César Aira

$14.95
$13.90

Last Evenings on Earth

Roberto Bolaño

$15.95
$14.83

Varamo

César Aira

$12.95

Ghosts

César Aira

$14.95
$13.90

Amulet

Roberto Bolaño

$16.95
$15.76

Nazi Literature in the Americas

Roberto Bolaño

$16.95
$15.76

The Secret of Evil

Roberto Bolaño

$22.95

The Skating Rink

Roberto Bolaño

$14.95

The Return

Roberto Bolaño

$14.95

The Insufferable Gaucho

Roberto Bolaño

$14.95

The Linden Tree

César Aira

$13.95

Ema the Captive

César Aira

$14.95

Shantytown

César Aira

$14.95

The Musical Brain: And Other Stories

César Aira

$29.95
$27.85