Lydia Davis


Lydia Davis was born in Northampton, Massachusetts and educated at Barnard College. Her novels and short stories have received numerous awards, including the Whiting Foundation Writers' Award for Fiction, the Lannan Literary Award for Fiction, and the Man Booker International Prize. Her collection, Varieties of Disturbance: Stories was a National Book Award finalist. She has also produced several new translations of French literary classics, including Proust's Swann's Way and Flaubert's Madame Bovary. Davis is one of only three authors to have their work featured in the Best American Short Stories and the Best American Poetry series.


Can't and Won't: Stories

Lydia Davis


A Manual for Cleaning Women: Selected Stories

Lucia Berlin


Extended Frames

Lydia Davis


Madame Bovary: Provincial Lives

Gustave Flaubert


No Tomorrow/Point de Lendemain

Vivant Denon


Alfred Ollivant's Bob, Son of Battle: The Last Gray Dog of...

Alfred Ollivant, Lydia Davis, et al.


Food & Booze: A Tin House Literary Feast

Francine Prose, Michelle Wildgen, et al.


Two American Scenes

Eliot Weinberger and Lydia Davis


Fullblood Arabian

Osama Alomar


New Direction Poetry Pamphlets

Alejandra Pizarnik, Osama Alomar, et al.


Letters to His Neighbor

Marcel Proust


Looking at Pictures

Robert Walser