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  • The Revolution of Everyday Lifeby Raoul Vaneigem; Donald Nicholson-Smith

    PM Press 2012; US$ 9.99

    One of the most important exponents of Situationist ideas, this treatise presents an impassioned critique of modern capitalism and serves as a cornerstone of modern radical thought. Originally published in early 1968, the book both kindled and colored the May 1968 upheavals in France that captured the attention of the world. In the political climate... more...

  • In Praise of Defeatby Abdellatif Laabi; Donald Nicholson-Smith

    Steerforth Press 2016; US$ 18.00

    One of the central writers and thinkers in contemporary Maghreb letters and banned by the Moroccan government, Abdellatif Laabi's poetry is increasingly influential on the international scene and spans six decades of political and literary change, innovation, and struggle. Including a wide range of work, from piercing domestic love poetry to a fierce... more...

  • Three To Killby Jean-Patrick Manchette; Donald Nicholson-Smith

    City Lights Publishers 2015; US$ 13.99

    First in English for Manchette, renovator of French noir; trenchant social critique laced with black humor. more...

  • Fataleby Jean-Patrick Manchette; Jean Echenoz; Donald Nicholson-Smith

    New York Review Books 2011; US$ 14.95

    A New York Review Books Original Whether you call her a coldhearted grifter or the soul of modern capitalism, there?s no question that Aimée is a killer and a more than professional one. Now she?s set her eyes on a backwater burg?where, while posing as an innocent (albeit drop-dead gorgeous) newcomer to town, she means to sniff out old grudges and... more...

  • The Mad and the Badby Jean-Patrick Manchette; James Sallis; Donald Nicholson-Smith

    New York Review Books 2014; US$ 16.95

    An NYRB Classics Original Winner of the French-American Foundation Translation Prize for Fiction Michel Hartog, a sometime architect, is a powerful businessman and famous philanthropist whose immense  fortune has just grown that much greater following the death of his brother in an accident. Peter is his orphaned nephew?a spoiled brat. Julie is... more...

  • Fataleby Jean-Patrick Manchette; David Peace; Donald Nicholson-Smith

    Profile Books 2015; US$ 6.66

    Aimée Joubert is a drop-dead gorgeous femme fatale with a penchant for bloody murder. Ever on the lookout for opportunities for self-enrichment, she finds plenty to like as a newcomer to the detestable backwater town of Bléville: small-minded parochialism, self-interested parish politics, rampant corruption, dormant grudges, scandals just waiting... more...

  • Paris Vagabondby Jean-Paul Clebert; Donald Nicholson-Smith; Patrice Molinard; Luc Sante

    New York Review Books 2016; US$ 18.95

    An NYRB Classic Original  Jean-Paul Clébert was a boy from a respectable middle-class family who ran away from school, joined the French Resistance, and never looked back. Making his way to Paris at the end of World War II, Clébert took to living on the streets, and in Paris Vagabond , a so-called ?aleatory novel? assembled out of sketches he jotted... more...

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