Talat Abbasi (0/1)

Facing the Light by Talat Abbasi.

Lynn Abbey[1] (0/1)

War Wounds by Lynn Abbey.

Edwin A. Abbott[1] (1/0)

Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions by Edwin A. Abbott.[1] [11.09.2011]

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar[1] (0/1)

This Is the Difference Between Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. [04.09.2015]

Harold Abelson (1/0)

Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs: Second Edition by Gerald Jay Sussman and Harold Abelson with Julie Sussman.[1] [16.11.2014]

Mitchell Abidor (0/1)

Thoughts on Religion by Denis Diderot. Translated by Mitchell Abidor. [20.11.2015]

Marc Abrahams[1] (1/0)

This Is Improbable: Cheese String Theory, Magnetic Chickens, and Other WTF Research by Marc Abrahams. [17.09.2016]

Ibrahim Abu-Lughod[1] (0/2)

A Profile of the Palestinian People by Edward W. Said, Elia Zureik, Ibrahim Abu-Lughod, Janet L. Abu-Lughod, and Muhammad Hallaj. [31.10.2013]

Territorially-Based Nationalism and the Politics of Negation by Ibrahim Abu-Lughod. [31.10.2013]

Janet L. Abu-Lughod (0/1)

A Profile of the Palestinian People by Edward W. Said, Elia Zureik, Ibrahim Abu-Lughod, Janet L. Abu-Lughod, and Muhammad Hallaj. [31.10.2013]

Chinua Achebe[1] (1/0)

Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe.[1] [03.07.2009]

D. Aaron Achen (0/1)

Abomination by D. Aaron Achen. [18.05.2017]

Douglas Adams[1] (11/2)

Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency by Douglas Adams.[1]

Last Chance to See by Douglas Adams and Mark Carwardine.[1]

Life, the Universe and Everything by Douglas Adams.[1]

Mostly Harmless by Douglas Adams.[1]

So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish by Douglas Adams.[1]

The Deeper Meaning of Liff by Douglas Adams and John Lloyd.[1]

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams.[1]

The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul by Douglas Adams.[1]

The Meaning of Liff by Douglas Adams and John Lloyd.[1]

The Restaurant at the End of the Universe by Douglas Adams.[1]

The Salmon of Doubt by Douglas Adams.[1]


The Private Life of Genghis Khan by Douglas Adams.[1] [03.03.2015]

Young Zaphod Plays It Safe by Douglas Adams.[1]

Jad Adams[1] (0/1)

Thrill of the Chaste: The truth about Gandhi's sex life by Jad Adams. [10.05.2017]

Richard Adams[1] (3/1)

Shardik by Richard Adams.[1]

The Girl in a Swing by Richard Adams.[1]

Watership Down by Richard Adams.[1]


The Knife by Richard Adams. [23.07.2012]

Scott Adams[1] (1/1)

It's Obvious You Won't Survive by Your Wits Alone: A Dilbert Book by Scott Adams.[1] [09.02.2013]


Men Who Use Computers Are the New Sex Symbols of the 90s by Scott Adams. [08.11.2012]

Eric Affabee[1] (1/0)

Wizards, Warriors, and You 2: The Siege of the Dragonriders by Eric Affabee. Illustrated by Earl Norem.[1]

William Aggeler (0/148)

Les Épaves by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by David Paul, Geoffrey Wagner, Kenneth O. Hanson, Roy Campbell, and William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

To a Lady of Malabar by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

The Ransom by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

The Unforeseen by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

The Voice by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

On Eugene Delacroix's Tasso in Prison by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

Lola of Valencia by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

Verses for the Portrait of Honoré Daumier by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

Franciscae meae laudes by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

Hymn by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

Berthe's Eyes by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

The Fountain by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

The Vampire's Metamorphoses by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

The Jewels by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

To She Who Is Too Gay by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

Lethe by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

Women Doomed (In the Pale Glimmer...): Delphine and Hippolyta by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

Lesbos by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

The Sunset of Romanticism by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

Fleurs du mal: 1861 Edition by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.[1] [01.07.2014]

The Voyage: To Maxime du Camp by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

Dream of a Curious Man: To F.N. by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

End of the Day by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

The Death of Artists by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

The Death of the Poor by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

The Death of Lovers by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

The Litanies of Satan by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

Abel and Cain by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

The Denial of Saint Peter by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

Love and the Skull: An Old Lamp Base by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

A Voyage to Cythera by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

Beatrice by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

Allegory by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

The Fountain of Blood by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

The Two Good Sisters by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

Women Doomed (Like Pensive Cattle...) by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

A Martyr: Drawing by an Unknown Master by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

Destruction by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

The Lovers' Wine by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

The Lonely Man's Wine by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

The Murderer's Wine by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

The Rag-Picker's Wine by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

The Soul of Wine by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

Morning Crepuscule by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

Parisian Dream: To Constantin Guys by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

Mist and Rains by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

The Kind-Hearted Servant of Whom You Were Jealous... by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

I Have Not Forgotten, Near the City... by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

The Love of Lies by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

Danse Macabre: To Ernest Christophe by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

Gambling by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

Evening Crepuscule by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

The Hard-Working Skeleton by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

To a Passerby by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

The Blind by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

The Little Old Ladies: To Victor Hugo by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

The Seven Old Men: To Victor Hugo by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

The Swan: To Victor Hugo by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

To a Mendicant Redhead by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

The Sun by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

Landscape by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

The Clock by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [25.06.2014]

The Irremediable by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [25.06.2014]

The Self-Tormenter: To J. G. F. by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [25.06.2014]

Sympathetic Horror by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [25.06.2014]

The Alchemy of Grief by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [25.06.2014]

The Taste for Nothingness by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [25.06.2014]

Obsession by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [25.06.2014]

Spleen (When the sky low and heavy...) by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [25.06.2014]

Spleen (I'm like the king...) by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [25.06.2014]

Spleen (I have more memories...) by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [25.06.2014]

Spleen (Pluvius, irritated...) by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [25.06.2014]

The Broken Bell by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

The Cask of Hatred by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

The Grateful Dead by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

A Fantastic Engraving by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

Sepulchre by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

Music by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

The Pipe by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

The Owls by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

The Cats by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

Sorrows of the Moon by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

Autumn Sonnet by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

The Ghost by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

Moesta et Errabunda by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

To a Creole Lady by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

Franciscae meae laudes by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

Sisina by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

Afternoon Song by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

To a Madonna: Votive Offering in the Spanish Style by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

Autumn Song by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

Conversation by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

The Irreparable by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

Invitation to the Voyage by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

The Beautiful Ship by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

The Cat by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

Cloudy Sky by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

Poison by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

The Perfume Flask by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

Evening Harmony by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

Spiritual Dawn by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

Confession by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

Reversibility by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

The Living Torch by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

What Will You Say Tonight, Poor Solitary Soul... by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

All Together by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

Semper Eadem by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [16.06.2014]

I Give You These Verses So If My Name... by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [16.06.2014]

A Phantom by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [16.06.2014]

The Possessed by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [16.06.2014]

The Balcony by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [16.06.2014]

The Duel by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [16.06.2014]

The Cat by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [16.06.2014]

Posthumous Remorse by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [16.06.2014]

One Night When I Lay Beside a Frightful Jewess... by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [16.06.2014]

The Vampire by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [16.06.2014]

De Profundis Clamavi by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [16.06.2014]

A Carcass by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [16.06.2014]

The Dancing Serpent by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [16.06.2014]

With Her Pearly, Undulating Dresses... by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [16.06.2014]

Sed non Satiata by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [13.06.2014]

You Would Take the Whole World to Bed with You... by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [13.06.2014]

I Adore You as Much as the Nocturnal Vault... by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [13.06.2014]

Hair by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [13.06.2014]

Exotic Perfume by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [13.06.2014]

Hymn to Beauty by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [13.06.2014]

The Mask: Allegorical Statue in the Style of the Renaissance To Ernest Christophe, Sculptor by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

The Giantess by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

The Ideal by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

Beauty by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

Punishment of Pride by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

Don Juan in Hell by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

Man and the Sea by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

Traveling Gypsies by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

Past Life by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

Bad Luck by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

The Enemy by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

The Bad Monk by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

The Venal Muse by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

The Sick Muse by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

The Beacons by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

I Love the Memory of Those Naked Epochs... by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

Correspondences by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

Elevation by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

The Albatross by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.05.2014]

Benediction by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.05.2014]

To the Reader by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [26.04.2014]

Dedication by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [26.04.2014]

Agnar Kristján Þorsteinsson (0/1)

Fórnarlambsvæðing Framsóknarflokksins eftir Agnar Kristján Þorsteinsson. [09.06.2014]

Didier Ah-koon[1] (1/0)

Skósveinar 1: Banana! eftir Didier Ah-koon. Myndskreytt af Renaud Collins. Þýtt af Braga Valdimar Skúlasyni. [30.07.2016]

Asam Ahmad[1] (0/1)

What Makes Call-Out Culture So Toxic by Asam Ahmad. [24.05.2017]

Akbar S. Ahmed (1/0)

Islam Today: A Short Introduction to the Muslim World by Akbar S. Ahmed.[1] [11.03.2009]

Insanul Ahmed (0/1)

Why Lorde, Iggy Azalea, & Grimes Are Wrong About Criticism and Journalism by Insanul Ahmed. [28.04.2014]

Gillon R. Aitken (0/1)

The Complete Prose Tales of Alexandr Sergeyevitch Pushkin by Alexandr Sergeyevitch Pushkin. Translated by Gillon R. Aitken. [28.02.2009]

Abdul-Rahman al-Sheha (1/0)

Human Rights in Islam and Common Misconceptions by Abdul-Rahman al-Sheha. Adapted by Abu Salman Deya ud-Deen Eberie. [21.03.2012]

Rachael Kay Albers (0/1)

Why I Never Play Hard to Get by Rachael Kay Albers. [23.08.2013]

Barbara Alberti (0/1)

Tancredi by Barbara Alberti. Translated by Lawrence Venuti.

Steve Albini[1] (0/2)

On the Surprisingly Sturdy State of the Music Industry - in Full by Steve Albini. [25.11.2014]

Eyewitness Record Reviews by Steve Albini.

Hugh Aldersey-Williams[1] (1/0)

Periodic Tales: The Curious Lives of the Elements by Hugh Aldersey-Williams.[1] [15.11.2016]

Brian Aldiss[1] (4/1)

Helliconia Spring by Brian Aldiss.[1]

Helliconia Summer by Brian Aldiss.[1]

Helliconia Winter by Brian Aldiss.[1]

Hothouse by Brian Aldiss.[1]


Super-Toys Last All Summer Long by Brian Aldiss.[1] [24.06.2014]

Lloyd Alexander[1] (5/0)

The Chronicles of Prydain: Taran Wanderer by Lloyd Alexander.[1]

The Chronicles of Prydain: The Black Cauldron by Lloyd Alexander.[1]

The Chronicles of Prydain: The Book of Three by Lloyd Alexander.[1]

The Chronicles of Prydain: The Castle of Llyr by Lloyd Alexander.[1]

The Chronicles of Prydain: The High King by Lloyd Alexander.[1]

Scott Alexander (0/2)

I Can Tolerate Anything Except the Outgroup by Scott Alexander. [06.07.2017]

Untitled by Scott Alexander. [10.06.2015]

Ayaan Hirsi Ali[1] (2/0)

Infidel: My Life by Ayaan Hirsi Ali.[1] [17.03.2010]

The Caged Virgin: A Muslim Woman's Cry for Reason by Ayaan Hirsi Ali.[1] [12.03.2010]

Pascal Alixe (0/1)

Marvel 1602: Fantastic Four by Peter David. Illustrated by Pascal Alixe.[1] [26.08.2013]

Esther Allen[1] (0/45)

The Detective Story by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

The Enigma of Shakespeare by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Prologue to Walt Whitman, Leaves of Grass by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Prologue to Edward Gibbon, Pages of History and Autobiography by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

The Argentine Writer and Tradition by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Prologue to Thomas Carlyle, On Heroes, Hero-worship and the Heroic in History, and Ralph Waldo Emerson, Representative Men by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Prologue to Bret Harte, The Luck of Roaring Camp and Other Sketches by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Flaubert and His Exemplary Destiny by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

A Defense of Bouvard and Pécuchet by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

The Scandinavian Destinty by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

From Allegories to Novels by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Biathanatos by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

On Oscar Wilde by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Our Poor Individualism by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Nine Dantesque Essays 1945-1951 by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Beatrice's Last Smile by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

The Meeting in a Dream by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

The Simurgh and the Eagle by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Purgatorio I, 13 by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Dante and the Anglo-Saxon Visionaries by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

The Pitying Torturer by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

The Last Voyage of Ulysses by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

The False Problem of Ugolino by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

The Noble Castle of the Fourth Canto by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Circular Time by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

A Fragment on Joyce by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Virginia Woolf by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

S.S. Van Dine by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Paul Valéry by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Oswald Spengler by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Liam O'Flaherty by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Will James by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

T.S. Eliot by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Theodore Dreiser by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Benedetto Croce by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Ernest Bramah by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Isaac Babel by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

When Ficion Lives in Fiction by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Ramón Lull's Thinking Machine by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

A History of Eternity by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

The Doctrine of Cycles by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

The Translators of The Thousand and One Nights by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

The Postulation of Reality by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

A History of Angels by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

The Nothingness of Personality by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Martin Allen (1/0)

Clash of the Princes by Andrew Chapman and Martin Allen.[1]

Woody Allen[1] (4/1)

Side Effects by Woody Allen.[1] [10.04.2010]

Mere Anarchy by Woody Allen.[1] [24.09.2009]

Getting Even by Woody Allen.[1]

Without Feathers by Woody Allen.[1]


Woody Allen Speaks Out by Woody Allen. [08.02.2014]

Isabel Allende[1] (3/0)

Eva Luna by Isabel Allende.[1]

The House of the Spirits by Isabel Allende.[1]

The Stories of Eva Luna by Isabel Allende.[1]

John Allsopp (1/0)

Microformats: Empowering Your Markup for Web 2.0 by John Allsopp. [20.04.2008 - Technical stuff for work.]

Alma Rut Lindudóttir (0/1)

Vertu konu þinni trúr og passaðu þig eftir Ölmu Rut Lindudóttur. [06.11.2013]

Bob Altemeyer[1] (1/0)

The Authoritarians by Bob Altemeyer. [14.04.2015]

Mitch Altman (1/0)

Soldering Is Easy: Here's How to Do It by Mitch Altman. Illustrated by Andie Nordgren. [16.01.2013]

David Osa Amadasun (0/1)

"Black People Don't Go to Galleries" - The Reproduction of Taste and Cultural Value by David Osa Amadasun. [02.11.2013]

Yoshitaka Amano[1] (0/1)

The Return of the Thin White Duke by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Yoshitaka Amano. [12.01.2016]

Amelía Eyfjörð Bergsteinsdóttir (0/1)

Göngin eftir Amelíu Eyfjörð Bergsteinsdóttur. Myndskreytt af Sigrúnu Eldjárn. [24.04.2015]

Mark Ames[1] (0/2)

Everything You Know About Ukraine Is Wrong by Mark Ames. [02.12.2014]

Welcome the War Nerd by Mark Ames. [27.11.2014]

Martin Amis[1] (22/215)

The Zone of Interest by Martin Amis.[1] [05.12.2014]

Lionel Asbo: State of England by Martin Amis.[1] [12.07.2014]

The Pregnant Widow: Inside History by Martin Amis.[1] [12.10.2010]

The Second Plane: September 11: 2001-2007 by Martin Amis.[1] [24.07.2009]

House of Meetings by Martin Amis.[1] [28.10.2008]

Dead Babies by Martin Amis.[1]

Einstein's Monsters by Martin Amis.[1]

Experience by Martin Amis.[1]

Heavy Water and Other Stories by Martin Amis.[1]

Koba the Dread: Laughter and the Twenty Million by Martin Amis.[1]

London Fields by Martin Amis.[1]

Money: A Suicide Note by Martin Amis.[1]

Night Train by Martin Amis.[1]

Other People: A Mystery Story by Martin Amis.[1]

Success by Martin Amis.[1]

The Information by Martin Amis.[1]

The Moronic Inferno: And Other Visits to America by Martin Amis.[1]

The Rachel Papers by Martin Amis.[1]

The War Against Cliché: Essays and Reviews 1971-2000 by Martin Amis.[1]

Time's Arrow: Or the Nature of the Offence by Martin Amis.[1]

Visiting Mrs. Nabokov: And Other Excursions by Martin Amis.[1]

Yellow Dog by Martin Amis.[1]


Osama bin Laden by Martin Amis. [28.06.2017]

The Mirror of Ourselves by Martin Amis. [28.06.2017]

A Mother of Invention by Martin Amis. [28.06.2017]

The Shock of the New by Martin Amis. [28.06.2017]

Among the Clowns: Meet Rick 'Crotch' Perry, Newt 'the Vulgarian' Gingrich, and the rest of the GOP contenders as they scramble for the prize in the Des Moines debate by Martin Amis. [28.06.2017]

How Much Do Republicans Weigh?: Martin Amis on God, money, and what's wrong with the GOP by Martin Amis. [28.06.2017]

'Frankfurt' by Martin Amis.

1985 by Anthony Burgess by Martin Amis.

A PM, a President, and a First Lady by Martin Amis.

Abba Abba by Anthony Burgess by Martin Amis.

Among the Thugs by Bill Buford by Martin Amis.

An Islamist's Journey by Martin Amis.

Anthony Burgess by Martin Amis.

Anthony Burgess: Jack Be Quick by Martin Amis.

As If by Magic by Angus Wilson by Martin Amis.

Bad Dreams by Martin Amis.

Believe It or Else - The Guinness Book of Records by Martin Amis.

Black and White by Shiva Naipaul by Martin Amis.

Blessed Assurance: At Home with the Bomb in Amarillo, Texas by A.G. Mojtabai by Martin Amis.

Blundering into Disaster: Surviving the First Century of the Nuclear Age by Robert McNamara by Martin Amis.

Bob Sneed Broke the Silence - Hannibal by Thomas Harris by Martin Amis.

Brian DePalma: The Movie Brute by Martin Amis.

Brideshead Revisited by Evelyn Waugh by Martin Amis.

Broken Lance - The Adventures of Don Quixote de la Mancha by Miguel de Cervantes. Translated by Tobias Smollett by Martin Amis.

Bujak and the Strong Force, or God's Dice by Martin Amis.

Bush in Yes Man Land by Martin Amis.

Cannes by Martin Amis.

Career Move by Martin Amis.

Carnival by Martin Amis.

Chandler Prolonged - Perchance to Dream by Robert B. Parker by Martin Amis.

Chess Is Their Life by Martin Amis.

Chess: Kasparov v. Karpov by Martin Amis.

Cities of the Red Night by William S. Burroughs by Martin Amis.

Coleridge: Poet and Revolutionary, 1772-1804 by John Cornwell by Martin Amis.

Coleridge's Beautiful Diseases by Martin Amis.

Coleridge's Verse: A Selection edited by William Empson and David Pirie by Martin Amis.

Concrete Island by J.G. Ballard by Martin Amis.

Conspiracy Theories, and Takfir by Martin Amis.

Crash by David Cronenberg by Martin Amis.

Crash by J.G. Ballard; War by J.M.G. el Clézio by Martin Amis.

Darts: Gutted for Keith by Martin Amis.

Demographics by Martin Amis.

Denton's Death by Martin Amis.

Diana Trilling at Claremont Avenue by Martin Amis.

Diversity and Depth in Fiction by Angus Wilson. Edited by Kerry McSweeney by Martin Amis.

Don DeLillo's Powers by Martin Amis.

Donne the Apostate - John Donne: Life, Mind and Art by John Carey by Martin Amis.

Double Jeopardy: Making Sense of AIDS by Martin Amis.

Earthly Powers by Anthony Burgess by Martin Amis.

Educated Monsters by Martin Amis.

Elvis , We Love You Tender by Dee Presley, Billy, Rick and David Stanley, as told to Martin Torgoff by Martin Amis.

Elvis and Andy: US Males by Martin Amis.

Elvis Presley: He Did It His Way by Martin Amis.

Emergency Landing by Martin Amis.

Even Later - The Actual by Saul Bellow by Martin Amis.

Expelled by Martin Amis.

Finding the Center by V.S. Naipaul by Martin Amis.

Football Mad by Martin Amis.

Force of Love - Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen by Martin Amis.

Gay Talese: Sex-Affirmative by Martin Amis.

Gloria Steinem and the Feminist Utopia by Martin Amis.

Graham Greene by Martin Amis.

Half Wolfe - A Man in Full by Tom Wolfe by Martin Amis.

Heavy Water by Martin Amis.

Hello America by J.G. Ballard by Martin Amis.

Here Comes Everybody - Who's Who in Twentieth Century Literature by Martin Seymour-Smith by Martin Amis.

Here's Ronnie: On the Road with Reagan by Martin Amis.

High-Rise by J.G. Ballard by Martin Amis.

I Am in Blood Stepp'd in So Far - Hollywood vs. America by Michael Medved by Martin Amis.

In Hefnerland by Martin Amis.

In Praise of Pritchett - On the Edge of the Cliff; The Tale Bearers: Essays on English, American and Other Writers by V.S. Pritchett by Martin Amis.

In the Palace of the End by Martin Amis.

Insight at Flame Lake by Martin Amis.

Iran and the Lord of Time by Martin Amis.

Iris and Love by Martin Amis.

Isaac Asimov by Martin Amis.

It Takes a Village by Hillary Clinton by Martin Amis.

J.G. Ballard by Martin Amis.

J.G. Ballard by Martin Amis.

Joan Didion's Style by Martin Amis.

John Braine by Martin Amis.

John Lennon by Martin Amis.

John Updike by Martin Amis.

John Updike: Rabbitland and Bechville by Martin Amis.

Joseph Heller, Giantslayer by Martin Amis.

Kith of Death: Angus Wilson by Martin Amis.

Kurt Vonnegut: After the Slaughterhouse by Martin Amis.

Kurt's Cosmos - Galapagos by Kurt Vonnegut by Martin Amis.

Lectures - Lectures on Literature by Vladimir Nabokov. Edited by Fredson Bowers by Martin Amis.

Let Me Count the Times by Martin Amis.

Letters - Vladimir Nabokov: Selected Letters 1940-1977 edited by Dmitri Nabokov and Matthew J. Bruccoli by Martin Amis.

Life Class by Martin Amis.

Life - Nabokov: His Life in Part by Andrew Field by Martin Amis.

Lincoln by David Herbert Donald by Martin Amis.

Little Wilson and Big God: Being the First Part of the Confessions of Anthony Burgess by Martin Amis.

Lolita's Little Sister - The Enchanter by Vladimir Nabokov. Translated by Dmitri Nabokov by Martin Amis.

Lowry: In the Volcano - Pursued by Furies: A Life of Malcolm Lowry by Gordon Bowker by Martin Amis.

Madonna by Martin Amis.

Mailer's Lows and Highs by Martin Amis.

Maintaining on Elmore Leonard - Riding the Rap by Elmore Leonard by Martin Amis.

Making Love: An Erotic Odyssey by Richard Rhodes by Martin Amis.

Mantissa by John Fowles by Martin Amis.

Mao II by Don DeLillo by Martin Amis.

More Bones by Martin Amis.

More Die of Heartbreak by Martin Amis.

Mortal Games by Fred Waitzkin; Chess Is My Life by Viktor Korchnoi; Kasparov-Short: 1993 by Raymond Keane by Martin Amis.

Mr. Vidal: Unpatriotic Gore by Martin Amis.

My Life As a Man by Philip Roth by Martin Amis.

Nabokov's Grand Slam - Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov by Martin Amis.

Newspeak at Vanity Fair by Martin Amis.

Nicholson Baker by Martin Amis.

No Laughing Matter - The Best ofModern Humour edited by Mordecai Richler by Martin Amis.

No Way - A Journey in Ladakh by Andrew Hurley by Martin Amis.

Norman Mailer: The Avenger and the Bitch by Martin Amis.

Nothing is Deserved and Everything is Accepted - The Complete Short Stories of Franz Kafka; The Complete Novels of Franz Kafka. Principal translators: Edwin and Willa Muir by Martin Amis.

Nuclear City: the Megadeath Intellectuals by Martin Amis.

Nuns and Soldiers by Iris Murdoch by Martin Amis.

Odd Jobs: Essays and Criticism by John Updike by Martin Amis.

On the Move with Tony Blair by Martin Amis.

Oswald's Tale: An American Mystery by Norman Mailer by Martin Amis.

Palm Beach: Don't You Love It? by Martin Amis.

Park II - The Lost World by Michael Crichton by Martin Amis.

Paul Theroux's Enthusiasms by Martin Amis.

Phantom of the Opera: The Republicans in 1988 by Martin Amis.

Philip Larkin, 1922-1985 by Martin Amis.

Philip Roth and the Self by Martin Amis.

Philip Roth: No Satisfaction by Martin Amis.

Picked-Up Pieces by John Updike by Martin Amis.

Plays - The Man from the U.S.S.R. and Other Plays by Vladimir Nabokov. Translated and introduced by Dmitri Nabokov by Martin Amis.

Poker Night by Martin Amis.

Porno's Last Summer by Martin Amis.

Queer by William S. Burroughs by Martin Amis.

Rabbit at Rest by John Updike by Martin Amis.

RoboCop II by Martin Amis.

Roger's Version by John Updike by Martin Amis.

Roman Polanski by Martin Amis.

Russian Ghost - Islanders and The Fisher of Men by Yevgeny Zamyatin. Translated by Sophie Fuller and Julian Sacchi by Martin Amis.

Sabbath's Theater by Philip Roth by Martin Amis.

Salman Rushdie by Martin Amis.

Saul Bellow and the Moronic Inferno by Martin Amis.

Saul Bellow in Chicago by Martin Amis.

Searching for Bobby Fischer: The Adventures of a Father and his Brilliantly Gifted Son in the Obsessional World of International Chess by Fred Waitzkin by Martin Amis.

Self-Consciousness: Memoirs by John Updike by Martin Amis.

September 11 by Martin Amis.

Short Stories from Scratch by Martin Amis.

Shorter Shrift by Martin Amis.

Snooker with Julian Barnes by Martin Amis.

St Lucia by Martin Amis.

State of England by Martin Amis.

Steven Spielberg: Boyish Wonder by Martin Amis.

Sticking up for Milton - The Life of John Milton by A.N. Wilson by Martin Amis.

Straight Fiction by Martin Amis.

Sunset at Blandings by P.G. Wodehouse. With Notes and Appenices by Richard Usborne by Martin Amis.

Tennis: the Women's Game by Martin Amis.

Terror and Boredom: The Dependent Mind by Martin Amis.

The American Eagle - The Adventures of Augie March by Saul Bellow by Martin Amis.

The Andy Warhol Diaries by Pat Hackett by Martin Amis.

The Beginning: Larval Larkin - A Girl in Winter by Philip Larkin by Martin Amis.

The Best of Forum edited by Albert Z. Freedman by Martin Amis.

The Black Prince by Iris Murdoch by Martin Amis.

The Case of Claus von Bulow by Martin Amis.

The Chip-Chip Gatherers by Shiva Naipaul by Martin Amis.

The Coincidence of the Arts by Martin Amis.

The Counterlife by Philip Roth by Martin Amis.

The D.M. Thomas Phenomenon - Ararat by D.M. Thomas by Martin Amis.

The Darker Dickens - The Violent Effigy: A Study of Dickens' Imagination by John Carey by Martin Amis.

The Day of Creation by J.G. Ballard by Martin Amis.

The Ending: Don Juan in Hull by Martin Amis.

The Essential Mailer by Norman Mailer by Martin Amis.

The Immortals by Martin Amis.

The Iron Lady by Hugo Young by Martin Amis.

The Janitor on Mars by Martin Amis.

The Killings in Atlanta by Martin Amis.

The Last Days of Muhammad Atta by Martin Amis.

The Little Puppy that Could by Martin Amis.

The Malacia Tapestry by Brian Aldiss by Martin Amis.

The Malcontents by C.P. Snow by Martin Amis.

The Name Is William Burroughs by Martin Amis.

The Philosopher's Pupil by Iris Murdoch by Martin Amis.

The Return of Eva Peron, with The Killings in Trinidad by V.S. Naipaul by Martin Amis.

The Rock Pool by Cyril Connolly by Martin Amis.

The Rolling Stones at Earls Court by Martin Amis.

The Saced and Profane Love Machine by Iris Murdoch by Martin Amis.

The School of Doyle - The Biggest Game in Town by A. Alvarez by Martin Amis.

The Second Plane by Martin Amis.

The Soccer Tribe by Desmond Morris by Martin Amis.

The Sporting Scene: White Knights of Reykjavik by George Steiner by Martin Amis.

The Time Disease by Martin Amis.

The Voice of the Lonely Crowd by Martin Amis.

The War Against Cliché - Ulysses by James Joyce by Martin Amis.

The Wild Boys: A Book of the Dead by William S. Burroughs by Martin Amis.

The World and I - the End of Nations by Bill McKibben by Martin Amis.

The Wrong War by Martin Amis.

Thinkability by Martin Amis.

Tinkering with Jane - Sanditon: A novel by Jane Austen and Another Lady by Martin Amis.

Too Much Monkey Business: The New Evangelical Right by Martin Amis.

Tough Guys Don't Dance by Norman Mailer by Martin Amis.

Truman Capote: Knowing Everybody by Martin Amis.

Truman's Remembrance - Answered Prayers by Truman Capote by Martin Amis.

Underworld by Don DeLillo by Martin Amis.

V.S. Naipaul's India by Martin Amis.

V.S. Pritchett's Century by Martin Amis.

Vidal v. Falwell by Martin Amis.

Vidal's Mirror - Palimpsest by Gore Vidal by Martin Amis.

Visiting Mrs Nabokov by Martin Amis.

Watford in China by Martin Amis.

Waugh's Mag. Op.; Wodehouse's Sunset by Martin Amis.

What Happened to Me on Holiday by Martin Amis.

What Will Survive of Us by Martin Amis.

What's Your Favourite? by Martin Amis.

William Burroughs: The Bad Bits by Martin Amis.

With Enough Shovels by Robert Scheer; Defence of the Realm by Alun Chalfont; The New Maginot Linr by Jon Connell; Star Wars in a Nuclear World by Lord Zuckerman; Star Warriors by William Broad by Martin Amis.

Words of Advice by Fay Weldon by Martin Amis.

Zeus and the Garbage - Iron John: A Book about Men by Robert Bly; The Way Men Think: Intellect, Intimacy and the Erotic Imagination by Liam Hudson and Bernadine Jacot; Utne Reader: Men, It's Time to Pull Together: The Politics of Masculinity by Martin Amis.

Zuckerman Unbound by Philip Roth by Martin Amis.

Anne Amnesia (0/1)

Unnecessariat by Anne Amnesia. [27.11.2016]

Ana Kokotovic (0/1)

Fyrir utan eftir Ana Kokotovic. Myndskreytt af Þóreyju Mjallhvíti Heiðar- og Ómarsdóttur. [24.04.2015]

Hans Christian Andersen[1] (0/3)

Hún amma eftir Hans Christian Andersen. Þýtt af Steingrími Thorsteinsson. [17.11.2013]

Þumalína eftir Hans Christian Andersen. Þýtt af Steingrími Thorsteinsson. [06.11.2013]

Vondi kóngurinn eftir Hans Christian Andersen. Þýtt af Steingrími Thorsteinsson. [04.11.2013]

Kurt Andersen[1] (0/1)

How America Lost Its Mind by Kurt Andersen. [18.08.2017]

Brent Anderson (0/1)

The Uncanny X-Men 144: Even in Death... by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Brent Anderson.[1] [17.11.2013]

Lessley Anderson (0/1)

Seduced by 'Perfect' Pitch: How Auto-Tune Conquered Pop Music by Lessley Anderson. [06.03.2013]

Sam Anderson[1] (0/1)

Why Does Mount Rushmore Exist by Sam Anderson. [26.03.2017]

Scott Anderson[1] (1/0)

Lawrence in Arabia: War, Deceit, Imperial Folly and the Making of the Modern Middle East by Scott Anderson.[1] [16.05.2015]

Andri Snær Magnason[1] (1/2)

Draumalandið - sjálfshjálparbók handa hræddri þjóð eftir Andra Snæ Magnason.[1]


Bara listamaður eftir Andra Snæ Magnason. [13.08.2013]

Draumur um Sigmund Davíð eftir Andra Snæ Magnason. [01.05.2013]

Andri Thor Sturluson (0/1)

Opið bréf til lekamálaráðherra eftir Andra Thor Sturluson. [16.11.2014]

Maya Angelou[1] (0/1)

Nina Simone: High Priestess of Soul by Maya Angelou. [01.06.2014]

Anna Bentína Hermansen (0/2)

Hinn eiginlegi þagnarmúr kynferðisofbeldis eftir Önnu Bentínu Hermansen. [12.05.2015]

Hugleiðing um kuntur eftir Önnu Bentínu Hermansen. [28.04.2014]

Anna Brynja Baldursdóttir (0/1)

Ungfrú Ísland 2013? eftir Önnu Brynju Baldursdóttur. [21.07.2013]

Anna Pála Sverrisdóttir (0/1)

Kynjasamþætting Gettu betur eftir Önnu Pálu Sverrisdóttur. [23.01.2013]

Annibale (0/1)

War Nerd: The Cheery, Ordinary World of Fascism by Annibale. Introduction by Gary Brecher. [30.11.2014]

Alexandra Antevska (0/1)

Gleymt er þá gleypt er - klámnotkun ungra karla eftir Alexandra Antevska og Nicola Gavey. Þýtt af Báru Jóhannesdóttur Guðrúnardóttur. [08.02.2016]

Mark Anthony[1] (1/0)

Dragonlance Meetings Sextet Volume One: Kindred Spirits by Ellen Porath and Mark Anthony.[1]

Piers Anthony[1] (5/0)

0X by Piers Anthony.[1]

A Spell for Chameleon by Piers Anthony.[1]

Omnivore by Piers Anthony.[1]

Orn by Piers Anthony.[1]

Tarot by Piers Anthony.[1]

Louis Aragon[1] (1/0)

Irene's Cunt by Louis Aragon. Translated by Alexis Lykiard.[1] [26.04.2017]

Sergio Aragonés[1] (0/1)

Maggie's Crib by Sergio Aragonés. [17.08.2014]

John Arcudi[1] (1/0)

Rumble Volume One: What Color Darkness? by James Harren and John Arcudi. Illustrated by Dave Stewart. [15.01.2016]

Hannah Arendt[1] (2/0)

The Origins of Totalitarianism by Hannah Arendt.[1] [14.05.2016]

Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil by Hannah Arendt. Introduction by Amos Elan.[1] [29.02.2016]

Dan Ariely[1] (1/0)

The (Honest) Truth About Dishonesty by Dan Ariely.[1] [24.08.2016]

Jerome Arkenberg (0/1)

The Gospel of Benwa by Jerome Arkenberg. [05.01.2017]

Ármann Jakobsson[1] (1/1)

Glæsir eftir Ármann Jakobsson.[1] [26.01.2012]


Öfgar femínismans eftir Ármann Jakobsson. [25.01.2014]

Karen Armstrong[1] (1/0)

The Bible: The Biography by Karen Armstrong. [05.06.2008 - Not what I expected. Actually reads like a primer on how to read the Bible in the way that Karen Armstrong understands it. I won't be reading anything else by this author.]

Tom Armstrong (0/1)

Next Time, Try a Cleric by Tom Armstrong. [16.03.2017]

Arnaldur Sigurðarson (0/1)

Hver tilbiður í raun Mammon? eftir Arnald Sigurðarson. [04.10.2013]

Arnar Eggert Thoroddsen (0/1)

Konur í tónlist búa við kerfisvillu sem hægt er að lagfæra eftir Arnar Eggert Thoroddsen. [05.10.2014]

David Arnason[1] (0/1)

Ógifta systirin eftir David Arnason. Þýtt af Kristínu M. Jóhannsdóttur. [27.05.2016]

Arngrímur Vídalín (0/1)

Reza Aslan og málsvörn fyrir fræðilegt hlutleysi eftir Arngrím Vídalín. [30.07.2013]

Árni Jón Gunnarsson (0/1)

Súper Survivor 2. þáttur "Klexus-Sex" eftir Árna Jón Gunnarsson. [08.09.2015]

Árni Matthíasson (0/1)

Kellíngar í dægurtónlist - erindi flutt á ráðstefnu Kítons eftir Árna Matthíasson. [03.03.2014]

Árni Óla (0/2)

Alfinnur álfakóngur eftir Gerrit Theodor Rotman. Þýtt af Árna Óla.[1] [25.10.2013]

Dísa ljósálfur eftir Gerrit Theodor Rotman. Þýtt af Árna Óla.[1] [18.09.2013]

Árni Óskarsson (0/1)

Atvik 2: Listaverkið á tímum fjöldaframleiðslu sinnar: Þrjár ritgerðir eftir Walter Benjamin. Þýtt af Hjálmari Sveinssyni og Árna Óskarssyni.

Árni Þórarinsson (0/1)

Einn í stríði eftir Evert Hartman. Þýtt af Árna Þórarinssyni.[1] [10.12.2012]

Mark Alan Arnold (0/2)

Borderland created by Mark Alan Arnold and Terri Windling.[1]

Bordertown: A Chronicle of the Borderlands created by Mark Alan Arnold and Terri Windling.[1]

Thomas Arnroth (1/0)

Rokk Hávaði Djöfulsins eða tónlist Guðs? eftir Thomas Arnroth. Inngangur eftir Ulf Christiansson. Þýtt af Fanny Kristínu Tryggvadóttur. [23.07.2013]

Darren Aronofsky[1] (1/0)

The Fountain by Darren Aronofsky. Illustrated by Kent Williams.[1] [06.05.2012]

Al Aronowitz[1] (0/2)

A Night with Bob Dylan by Al Aronowitz and Bob Dylan.

Over Their Dead Bodies - Memories of Brian and Jim by Al Aronowitz.

Arthúr Björgvin Bollason (0/1)

Lesarinn eftir Bernhard Schlink. Þýtt af Arthúri Björgvini Bollasyni.[1] [24.11.2011]

Ása Fanney Gestsdóttir (0/1)

Maður lifandi! eftir Bernd Ulrich. Þýtt af Ásu Fanneyju Gestsdóttur. [19.11.2013]

Ásdís Ingólfsdóttir (0/1)

Þegar ég breyttist í leðurblöku og rakst illilega á "glerþakið" eftir Ásdísi Ingólfsdóttur. [12.02.2014]

Ásdís Thoroddsen (0/1)

"Og þessi voðalega kona..." - hvernig samtíminn brást (við) þremur konum á síðustu öld eftir Ásdísi Thoroddsen. [19.05.2015]

Ásgeir Berg Matthíasson[1] (0/1)

Af hverju er allt í upplausn á Alþingi? by Ásgeir Berg Matthíasson. [25.05.2015]

Ásgeir H. Ingólfsson (0/1)

Girðingar eftir Ásgeir H. Ingólfsson. [13.08.2013]

Isaac Asimov[1] (6/9)

Foundation by Isaac Asimov.[1]

Foundation and Empire by Isaac Asimov.[1]

I, Robot by Isaac Asimov.[1]

Second Foundation by Isaac Asimov.[1]

The Caves of Steel by Isaac Asimov.[1]

The Naked Sun by Isaac Asimov.[1]


Profession by Isaac Asimov.[1] [22.02.2016]

Gold by Isaac Asimov. Introduction by Gregory Benford.[1] [22.02.2016]

Youth by Isaac Asimov. [24.09.2014]

Silly Asses: A Vignette by Isaac Asimov. [22.09.2014]

Living Space by Isaac Asimov. [22.09.2014]

Let's Get Together by Isaac Asimov. [22.09.2014]

Jokester by Isaac Asimov. [22.09.2014]

The Feeling of Power by Isaac Asimov. [24.06.2014]

The Last Question by Isaac Asimov. [24.06.2014]

Reza Aslan[1] (2/0)

Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth by Reza Aslan. [06.02.2014]

No god but God: The Origins, Evolution, and Future of Islam by Reza Aslan.[1] [05.11.2013]

Áslaug Jónsdóttir (1/0)

Skrímsli á toppnum eftir Kalle Güettler, Rakel Heimsdal og Áslaugu Jónsdóttur. [20.11.2013]

Áslaug Snorradóttir (1/0)

Icelandic Picnic by Sigrún Sigvaldadóttir and Áslaug Snorradóttir. [01.01.2012]

Ásmundur Ásmundsson (0/1)

Gefa þessu stykki séns? eftir Ásmund Ásmundsson. [11.10.2015]

Ásta Lovísa Arnórsdóttir (0/1)

"Ertu þá kona núna?" Þýtt af Ástu Lovísu Arnórsdóttur. [17.10.2014]

Ásta Sigurðardóttir (1/0)

Sögur og ljóð eftir Ástu Sigurðardóttur.[1]

Ásta Svavarsdóttir (0/1)

Haltu kjafti, vertu sæt og éttu skít eftir Ástu Svavarsdóttur. [06.10.2013]

Ásþór Loki Rúnarsson (1/0)

Sveltur undir mána: Sögur úr Hulduheimi bók 1 eftir Ásþór Loka Rúnarsson. [17.01.2013]

Athanasius[1] (0/1)

Aþanasíusarjátningin eftir Athanasius. Þýtt af Sigurbirni Einarssyni. [03.04.2012]

Cheikh Athj (0/1)

Why Iggy Azalea Is Not Changing the Game: A Letter to ?uestlove by Cheikh Athj. [12.08.2014]

Atli Þór Fanndal (0/3)

Lotning eftir Atla Þór Fanndal. [15.11.2016]

Af elítum, hrægömmum og óttaslegnum íslendingum eftir Atla Þór Fanndal. [15.12.2014]

Hanna Birna á bláþræði eftir Atla Þór Fanndal. [11.08.2014]

Scott Atran[1] (1/0)

In Gods We Trust: The Evolutionary Landscape of Religion by Scott Atran.[1] [16.06.2014]

Abdel Bari Atwan (1/0)

The Secret History of Al-Qa'ida by Abdel Bari Atwan.[1] [22.08.2009]

Margaret Atwood[1] (7/32)

Bluebeard's Egg by Margaret Atwood.[1] [05.08.2017]

Dancing Girls and Other Stories by Margaret Atwood.[1] [13.07.2017]

Angel Catbird by Margaret Atwood. Illustrated by Johnnie Christmas. [15.05.2017]

Lady Oracle by Margaret Atwood.[1] [25.04.2016]

Surfacing by Margaret Atwood.[1] [08.03.2016]

The Edible Woman by Margaret Atwood.[1] [04.03.2016]

The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood.[1] [11.06.2014]


Unearthing Suite by Margaret Atwood. [05.08.2017]

The Sunrise by Margaret Atwood. [05.08.2017]

In Search of the Rattlesnake Plantain by Margaret Atwood. [05.08.2017]

The Salt Garden by Margaret Atwood. [04.08.2017]

Scarlet Ibis by Margaret Atwood. [02.08.2017]

Two Stories About Emma by Margaret Atwood. [02.08.2017]

Walking on Water by Margaret Atwood. [02.08.2017]

The Whirlpool Rapids by Margaret Atwood. [02.08.2017]

Uglypuss by Margaret Atwood. [02.08.2017]

Spring Song of the Frogs by Margaret Atwood. [02.08.2017]

Bluebeard's Egg by Margaret Atwood. [02.08.2017]

Loulou; or, The Domestic Life of the Language by Margaret Atwood. [02.08.2017]

Hurricane Hazel by Margaret Atwood. [01.08.2017]

Significant Moments in the Life of My Mother by Margaret Atwood. [01.08.2017]

Giving Birth by Margaret Atwood. [13.07.2017]

Dancing Girls by Margaret Atwood. [13.07.2017]

Lives of the Poets by Margaret Atwood. [13.07.2017]

Training by Margaret Atwood. [13.07.2017]

The Resplendent Quetzal by Margaret Atwood.[1] [13.07.2017]

A Travel Piece by Margaret Atwood. [12.07.2017]

When It Happens by Margaret Atwood. [12.07.2017]

Hair Jewellery by Margaret Atwood. [11.07.2017]

Rape Fantasies by Margaret Atwood.[1] [10.07.2017]

The Grave of the Famous Poet by Margaret Atwood. [10.07.2017]

Under Glass by Margaret Atwood. [10.07.2017]

Polarities by Margaret Atwood. [10.07.2017]

The Man from Mars by Margaret Atwood. [09.07.2017]

The War in the Bathroom by Margaret Atwood. [09.07.2017]

Don't Tell Us What to Write by Margaret Atwood. [15.05.2017]

We Are Double-Plus Unfree by Margaret Atwood. [18.09.2015]

It's Not Climate Change, It's Everything Change by Margaret Atwood. [04.08.2015]

Happy Endings by Margaret Atwood.[1]

Auður Jónsdóttir[1] (1/3)

Fólkið í kjallaranum eftir Auði Jónsdóttur. [05.07.2011]


Árið 2014: Stjórnvöld í stríði við almenning eftir Auði Jónsdóttur. [28.12.2014]

Í næstu byltingu eftir Auði Jónsdóttur. [27.10.2014]

Er ráðherra hreinn sveinn? eftir Auði Jónsdóttur. [07.07.2014]

W. H. Auden[1] (0/3)

September 1, 1939 by W. H. Auden.[1] [20.07.2012]

O What Is That Sound by W. H. Auden. [20.07.2012]

Funeral Blues by W. H. Auden.[1] [10.07.2012]

Auður Haraldsdóttir[1] (1/1)

Elías í Kanada eftir Auði Haraldsdóttur. [06.03.2014]


Ókeypis falskar eftir Auði Haraldsdóttur. [15.09.2015]

Jean M. Auel[1] (3/0)

The Clan of the Cave Bear by Jean M. Auel.[1]

The Mammoth Hunters by Jean M. Auel.[1]

The Valley of Horses by Jean M. Auel.[1]

Steven N. Austad (1/0)

Why We Age: What Science Is Discovering About the Body's Journey Through Life by Steven N. Austad. [25.08.2011]

Jane Austen[1] (12/46)

Sanditon by Jane Austen.[1] [07.12.2016]

The Watsons by Jane Austen.[1] [06.12.2016]

Lady Susan by Jane Austen. [14.11.2016]

Love and Freindship and Other Early Works: A Collection of Juvenile Writings [...] by Jane Austen. Preface by G. K. Chesterton. [28.10.2016]

Juvenilia—Voume the First by Jane Austen. [28.10.2016]

Juvenilia—Volume the Third by Jane Austen. [07.10.2016]

Persuasion by Jane Austen.[1] [04.10.2016]

Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen.[1] [11.09.2016]

Emma by Jane Austen.[1] [07.08.2016]

Mansfield Park by Jane Austen.[1] [10.07.2016]

Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.[1] [15.06.2016]

Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen.[1] [29.05.2016]


Cancelled Chapter of 'Persuasion' by Jane Austen. [08.11.2016]

Sir Charles Grandison, or, the Happy Man by Jane Austen. [08.11.2016]

Plan of a Novel, according to Hints from Various Quarters by Jane Austen.[1] [08.11.2016]

Lesley Castle: An Unfinished Novel in Letters [...] by Jane Austen. [28.10.2016]

Love and Freindship [...] by Jane Austen.[1] [28.10.2016]

Scraps by Jane Austen. [28.10.2016]

A Tale by Jane Austen. [28.10.2016]

A Tour Through Wales by Jane Austen. [28.10.2016]

A letter from a young lady, whose feelings being too strong by Jane Austen. [28.10.2016]

The First Act of a Comedy by Jane Austen. [28.10.2016]

The Female Philosopher: A Letter by Jane Austen. [28.10.2016]

A Collection of Letters [...] by Jane Austen. [28.10.2016]

The History of England [...] by Jane Austen.[1] [28.10.2016]

The Generous Curate: A Moral Tale, Setting Forth the Advantages of Being Generous and a Curate by Jane Austen. [28.10.2016]

The Mystery: An Unfinished Comedy by Jane Austen. [28.10.2016]

Memoirs of Mr. Clifford: An Unfinished Tale by Jane Austen. [28.10.2016]

Edgar & Emma: A Tale by Jane Austen. [28.10.2016]

Jack & Alice: A Novel by Jane Austen. [28.10.2016]

Henry and Eliza: A Novel by Jane Austen. [07.10.2016]

The Three Sisters: A Novel by Jane Austen. [07.10.2016]

Frederic & Elfrida: A Novel by Jane Austen. [07.10.2016]

Evelyn by Jane Austen. [07.10.2016]

Catharine, or the Bower by Jane Austen. [07.10.2016]

Prayer III by Jane Austen. [07.10.2016]

Prayer II by Jane Austen. [07.10.2016]

Prayer I by Jane Austen. [07.10.2016]

When Winchester Races by Jane Austen. [07.10.2016]

When Stretch'd on One's Bed by Jane Austen. [07.10.2016]

To the Memory of Mrs. Lefroy: Who died Dec:r 16 - my Birthday by Jane Austen. [07.10.2016]

This Little Bag by Jane Austen. [07.10.2016]

See They Come, Post Haste from Thanet by Jane Austen. [07.10.2016]

Oh! Mr Best You're Very Bad by Jane Austen. [07.10.2016]

Of a Ministry Pitiful, Angry, Mean by Jane Austen. [07.10.2016]

Ode to Pity by Jane Austen. [07.10.2016]

My Dearest Frank, I Wish You Joy by Jane Austen. [07.10.2016]

Mock Panegyric on a Young Friend by Jane Austen. [07.10.2016]

Miss Lloyd Has Now Went to Miss Green by Jane Austen. [07.10.2016]

I've a Pain in My Head by Jane Austen. [07.10.2016]

Happy the Lab'rer by Jane Austen. [07.10.2016]

On Reading in the Newspapers the Marriage of Mr. Gell to Miss Gill, of Eastbourne by Jane Austen. [07.10.2016]

Sir William Mountage: An Unfinished Performance by Jane Austen. [07.10.2016]

A Beautiful Description of the Different Effects of Sensibility on Different Minds by Jane Austen. [07.10.2016]

The Adventures of Mr. Harley by Jane Austen. [07.10.2016]

The Visit: A Comedy in 2 Acts by Jane Austen. [07.10.2016]

Amelia Webster by Jane Austen. [07.10.2016]

The Beautifull Cassandra by Jane Austen.[1] [07.10.2016]

Paul Auster[1] (8/0)

Travels in the Scriptorium by Paul Auster.[1] [22.11.2009]

City of Glass by Paul Auster.[1]

Ghosts by Paul Auster.[1]

Moon Palace by Paul Auster.[1]

Mr. Vertigo by Paul Auster.[1]

The Invention of Solitude by Paul Auster.[1]

The Locked Room by Paul Auster.[1]

The Music of Chance by Paul Auster.[1]

Anna Axfors (0/1)

að vinna fulla vinnu eftir Anna Axfors. Þýtt af Eiríki Erni Norðdahl. [25.09.2015]

Michael Azerrad[1] (0/1)

See a Little Light: The Trail of Rage and Melody by Bob Mould with Michael Azerrad. [11.11.2015]

Isaac Babel[1] (0/1)

Di Grasso: A Tale of Odessa by Isaac Babel. Translated by Walter Morrison.

Chris Bachalo (0/1)

Death: The High Cost of Living by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Chris Bachalo.[1] [22.10.2011]

Aaron Bady (0/1)

Woody Allen's Good Name by Aaron Bady. [02.02.2014]

Jim Baen[1] (0/1)

Answer by Fredric Brown. Preface by David Drake. Afterword by Jim Baen. [03.03.2017]

Joe Bageant[1] (1/0)

Deer Hunting with Jesus: Dispatches from America's Class War by Joe Bageant.[1] [05.01.2009]

Julian Baggini[1] (0/1)

Daniel Dennett: 'You Can Make Aristotle Look Like a Flaming Idiot' by Julian Baggini. [24.06.2013]

Mark Bagley (0/1)

Ultimate Spider-Man 1: Powerless by Bill Jemas and Brian Michael Bendis. Illustrated by Mark Bagley. [17.08.2014]

Hilary Bailey[1] (0/1)

The Black Corridor by Michael Moorcock with Hilary Bailey.[1] [19.03.2017]

Trudy Baker (1/0)

The Coffee Tea or Me Girls Lay It on the Line by Rachel Jones and Trudy Baker.

Harold Bakst (0/2)

A Good Knight's Tale by Harold Bakst.

Lord Toede's Disastrous Hunt by Harold Bakst.

Baldur Guðlaugsson (1/0)

Evrópusamstarf og þáttaka Íslands í því: Erindi flutt á ráðstefnu Sambands ungra Sjálfstæðismanna í Domus Medica 2. apríl 1977 ritstýrt af Baldri Guðlaugssyni. [26.02.2012]

Gregory S. Baldwin (1/0)

Path by Gregory S. Baldwin.[1] [31.08.2009]

J.G. Ballard[1] (35/218)

The Crystal World by J.G. Ballard.[1] [09.07.2017]

The Day of Creation by J.G. Ballard.[1] [08.02.2017]

High-Rise by J.G. Ballard. Introduction by Ned Beauman.[1] [25.01.2017]

The Overloaded Man by J.G. Ballard.[1] [21.03.2014]

The Complete Short Stories by J.G. Ballard.[1][2] [03.11.2012]

War Fever by J.G. Ballard.[1] [03.11.2012; ]

Memories of the Space Age by J.G. Ballard.[1] [31.10.2012]

Myths of the Near Future by J.G. Ballard.[1] [29.10.2012; ]

The Venus Hunters by J.G. Ballard.[1] [22.10.2012]

Low-Flying Aircraft and Other Stories by J.G. Ballard.[1] [16.10.2012]

Vermilion Sands by J.G. Ballard.[1] [11.10.2012]

The Day of Forever by J.G. Ballard.[1] [20.09.2012]

Chronopolis and Other Stories by J.G. Ballard.[1] [20.09.2012]

The Disaster Area by J.G. Ballard.[1] [20.09.2012]

The Impossible Man by J.G. Ballard.[1] [20.09.2012]

The Terminal Beach (UK) by J.G. Ballard.[1] [17.09.2012]

Passport to Eternity by J.G. Ballard.[1] [07.09.2012]

The Voices of Time by J.G. Ballard. [05.09.2012]

The Four-Dimensional Nightmare by J.G. Ballard.[1] [05.09.2012]

Billenium by J.G. Ballard. [23.08.2012]

The Voices of Time and Other Stories by J.G. Ballard. [21.08.2012]

Miracles of Life: Shanghai to Shepperton, An Autobiography by J.G. Ballard.[1] [20.08.2009]

A User's Guide to the Millenium: Essays and Reviews by J.G. Ballard.[1] [11.08.2009]

Kingdom Come by J.G. Ballard.[1] [15.06.2009]

Cocaine Nights by J.G. Ballard.[1]

Concrete Island by J.G. Ballard.[1]

Crash by J.G. Ballard.[1]

Empire of the Sun by J.G. Ballard.[1]

Hello America by J.G. Ballard.[1]

Millenium People by J.G. Ballard.[1]

Running Wild by J.G. Ballard.[1]

Rushing to Paradise by J.G. Ballard.[1]

Super-Cannes by J.G. Ballard.[1]

The Atrocity Exhibition by J.G. Ballard.[1]

The Kindness of Women by J.G. Ballard.[1]


The Coming of the Unconscious by J.G. Ballard. [21.03.2014]

Report from an Obscure Planet by J.G. Ballard. [03.11.2012]

The Message from Mars by J.G. Ballard. [03.11.2012]

A Guide to Virtual Death by J.G. Ballard. [03.11.2012]

Dream Cargoes by J.G. Ballard. [03.11.2012; ]

War Fever by J.G. Ballard. [02.11.2012; ]

The Largest Theme Park in the World by J.G. Ballard. [02.11.2012; ]

The Enormous Space by J.G. Ballard. [01.11.2012; ]

Love in a Colder Climate by J.G. Ballard. [01.11.2012; ]

The Secret History of World War 3 by J.G. Ballard. [31.10.2012; ]

The Man Who Walked on the Moon by J.G. Ballard. [31.10.2012; ]

Answers to a Questionnaire by J.G. Ballard. [31.10.2012; ]

The Object of the Attack by J.G. Ballard. [31.10.2012; ]

Report on an Unidentified Space Station by J.G. Ballard. [29.10.2012; ]

Memories of the Space Age by J.G. Ballard. [27.10.2012; ]

News from the Sun by J.G. Ballard. [24.10.2012; ]

A Host of Furious Fancies by J.G. Ballard. [22.10.2012; ]

Motel Architecture by J.G. Ballard. [22.10.2012; ]

Zodiac 2000 by J.G. Ballard. [22.10.2012; ]

One Afternoon at Utah Beach by J.G. Ballard. [22.10.2012]

Having a Wonderful Time by J.G. Ballard. [21.10.2012; ]

Theatre of War by J.G. Ballard. [21.10.2012; ]

The Intensive Care Unit by J.G. Ballard. [20.10.2012; ]

The Index by J.G. Ballard. [18.10.2012; ]

The Dead Time by J.G. Ballard. [17.10.2012; ]

The Ultimate City by J.G. Ballard. [16.10.2012]

The Smile by J.G. Ballard. [14.10.2012; ]

The 60 Minute Zoom by J.G. Ballard. [14.10.2012]

Notes Towards a Mental Breakdown by J.G. Ballard. [14.10.2012; ]

The Life and Death of God by J.G. Ballard. [13.10.2012]

Low-Flying Aircraft by J.G. Ballard. [13.10.2012]

The Air Disaster by J.G. Ballard. [12.10.2012; ]

My Dream of Flying to Wake Island by J.G. Ballard. [12.10.2012]

The Greatest Television Show on Earth by J.G. Ballard. [12.10.2012]

Say Goodbye to the Wind by J.G. Ballard. [11.10.2012]

A Place and a Time to Die by J.G. Ballard. [11.10.2012]

The Killing Ground by J.G. Ballard. [11.10.2012]

The Comsat Angels by J.G. Ballard. [09.10.2012]

The Dead Astronaut by J.G. Ballard. [07.10.2012]

Why I Want to Fuck Ronald Reagan by J.G. Ballard.[1] [07.10.2012; ]

The Cloud-Sculptors of Coral D by J.G. Ballard. [07.10.2012]

The Recognition by J.G. Ballard.[1] [04.10.2012]

Cry Hope, Cry Fury! by J.G. Ballard. [01.10.2012]

Tomorrow Is a Million Years by J.G. Ballard. [20.09.2012]

Storm-Bird, Storm-Dreamer by J.G. Ballard. [20.09.2012]

The Impossible Man by J.G. Ballard. [20.09.2012]

The Day of Forever by J.G. Ballard.[1] [18.09.2012]

The Beach Murders by J.G. Ballard. [17.09.2012]

The Gioconda of the Twilight Moon by J.G. Ballard. [17.09.2012]

The Drowned Giant by J.G. Ballard. [13.09.2012]

The Delta at Sunset by J.G. Ballard. [12.09.2012]

The Illuminated Man by J.G. Ballard. [12.09.2012]

The Terminal Beach by J.G. Ballard. [12.09.2012]

The Lost Leonardo by J.G. Ballard. [12.09.2012]

Prisoner of the Coral Deep by J.G. Ballard. [11.09.2012]

Time of Passage by J.G. Ballard. [11.09.2012]

The Screen Game by J.G. Ballard. [11.09.2012]

The Sudden Afternoon by J.G. Ballard. [07.09.2012]

Minus One by J.G. Ballard.[1] [07.09.2012]

End-Game by J.G. Ballard. [07.09.2012]

The Venus Hunters by J.G. Ballard. [07.09.2012]

Now Wakes the Sea by J.G. Ballard. [07.09.2012]

The Time-Tombs by J.G. Ballard. [07.09.2012]

A Question of Re-Entry by J.G. Ballard. [07.09.2012]

The Reptile Enclosure by J.G. Ballard. [06.09.2012]

The Subliminal Man by J.G. Ballard. [06.09.2012]

The Man on the 99th Floor by J.G. Ballard. [06.09.2012]

The Singing Statues by J.G. Ballard. [06.09.2012]

The Watch-Towers by J.G. Ballard. [05.09.2012]

The Cage of Sand by J.G. Ballard. [04.09.2012]

Passport to Eternity by J.G. Ballard. [03.09.2012]

Thirteen to Centaurus by J.G. Ballard. [01.09.2012]

The Thousand Dreams of Stellavista by J.G. Ballard. [01.09.2012]

The Garden of Time by J.G. Ballard. [23.08.2012]

The Insane Ones by J.G. Ballard. [23.08.2012]

The Gentle Assassin by J.G. Ballard. [23.08.2012]

Billennium by J.G. Ballard.[1] [23.08.2012]

Mr. F. Is Mr. F. by J.G. Ballard.[1] [22.08.2012]

The Overloaded Man by J.G. Ballard. [21.08.2012]

Deep End by J.G. Ballard.[1] [21.08.2012]

Studio 5, The Stars by J.G. Ballard.[1] [21.08.2012]

The Last World of Mr. Goddard by J.G. Ballard. [20.08.2012]

The Voices of Time by J.G. Ballard.[1] [19.08.2012]

Chronopolis by J.G. Ballard. [19.08.2012]

Zone of Terror by J.G. Ballard.[1] [19.08.2012]

The Sound-Sweep by J.G. Ballard.[1] [19.08.2012]

Now: Zero by J.G. Ballard. [15.06.2012]

The Waiting Grounds by J.G. Ballard. [15.06.2012]

Track 12 by J.G. Ballard.[1] [14.06.2012]

Manhole 69 by J.G. Ballard. [14.06.2012]

Venus Smiles by J.G. Ballard.[1] [14.06.2012]

The Concentration City by J.G. Ballard.[1] [13.06.2012]

Escapement by J.G. Ballard. [12.06.2012]

What I Believe by J.G. Ballard. [05.06.2012]

Project for a New Novel by J.G. Ballard. [05.06.2012]

The Invisible Years: Spring 1979 by J.G. Ballard. Illustrated by Ronald Sandford. [04.06.2012]

The Invisible Years: Summer 1978 by J.G. Ballard. Illustrated by Ronald Sandford. [04.06.2012]

The Invisible Years: Winter 1977/1978 by J.G. Ballard. Illustrated by Ronald Sandford. [04.06.2012]

The Invisible Years: Autmun 1977 by J.G. Ballard. Illustrated by Ronald Sandford. [04.06.2012]

The Invisible Years: Winter 1976 by J.G. Ballard. Illustrated by Ronald Sandford. [04.06.2012]

The Invisible Years: Summer 1976 by J.G. Ballard. Illustrated by Ronald Sandford. [30.05.2012]

The Side-Effects of Orthonovin G by J.G. Ballard. [30.05.2012]

The Bathroom by J.G. Ballard. [30.05.2012]

Advertiser's Announcements by J.G. Ballard. [30.05.2012]

Neil Armstrong Remembers His Journey to the Moon by J.G. Ballard. [29.05.2012]

Journey Across a Crater by J.G. Ballard. [29.05.2012]

Jane Fonda's Augmentation Mammoplasty by J.G. Ballard. [29.05.2012]

Queen Elizabeth's Rhinoplasty by J.G. Ballard. [29.05.2012]

Coitus 80: A Description of the Sexual Act in 1980 by J.G. Ballard. [29.05.2012]

The Violent Noon by J.G. Ballard. [29.05.2012]

The Dying Fall by J.G. Ballard. [28.05.2012]

The Autobiography of J.G.B. by J.G. Ballard. [28.05.2012]

The Assassination of John Fitzgerald Kennedy Considered as a Downhill Motor Race by J.G. Ballard. [28.05.2012; ]

Prima Belladonna by J.G. Ballard. [28.05.2012]

Myths of the Near Future by J.G. Ballard. [30.03.2010; ]

The End of My War by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Project for a Glossary of the Twentieth Century by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Kings of Infinite Space - The Right Stuff, Tom Wolfe by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Media Games - In the Psychiatrist's Chair, Anthony Clare by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Grope Therapy - Travels in Inner Space, John St John by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

The Car, the Future by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

The Consumer Consumed by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Use Your Vagina - How to Achieve Sexual Ecstasy, Stephan Gregory by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Waste of Beauty - Diary of the Discovery Expedition in the Antarctic, 1901-4, Edward Wilson by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Memories of Internment - The Way of a Boy: a Memoir of Java, Ernest Hillen by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

In Search of the Last Emperor - The Empty Throne, Tony Scotland by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Guilty Treats - A History of Food, Maguelonne Toussaint-Samat by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Rituals of a Skinny-dipper - Haunts of the Black Masseur: the Swimmer as Hero, Charles Sprawson by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

The Overlit Carousel - 1963: Five Hundred Days - History as a Melodrama, John Lawton by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Minstrels and the Tommy-gun - 'Bonjour Blanc': a Journey Through Haiti, Ian Thomson by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

The Lure of the Madding Crowd - The Faber Book of Madness edited by Roy Porter by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

In the Asylum of Dreams - Theatre of Sleep, Guido Almansi and Claude Beguin by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Autopia of Autogeddon? - Automania, Julian Pertifer and Nigel Turner; The Centenary of the Car, 1885-1985, Andrew Whyte; Rolls-Royce: the Complete Works, Mike Fox and Steve Smith by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

The Diary of a Mad Space-wife by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

The Future of the Future by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Alphabets of Unreason - Mein Kampf, Adolf Hitler by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

A City of Excess - Shanghai, Harriet Sergeant by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

The Mouse that Bores? - Walt Disney: Hollywood's Dark Prince, Marc Eliot by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Coca-Colonization - For God, Country and Coca-Cola, Mark Pendergrast by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Cataclysms and Dooms by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Fictons of Every Kind - The Shattered Ring, Lois and Stephen Rose by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

The Cosmic Cabaret - Billion Year Spree, Brian Aldiss by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Time, Memory and Inner Space by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Which Way to Inner Space? by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Back to the Heady Future - The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction edited by John Clute and Peter Nicholls by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

New Means Worse - The Golden Age of Science Fiction edited by Kingsley Amis by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

First Impressions of London by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Shepperton Past and Present by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

The Pleasures of Reading by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Unlocking the Past by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Manbotching - The Body in Question, Jonathan Miller by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Spaced Out - The Next Ten Thousand Years, Adrian Berry by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

The Thousand Wounds and Flowers - The Voices of Time edited by J. T. Frazer by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Electrodynamics and Womanizing - Genius: Richard Feynman and Modern Physics, James Gleick by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Deep in the Gene Pool - The Ant and the Peacock: Altruism and Sexual Selection from Darwin to Today, Helena Cronin by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

The Evolutionary Terminus - The Language of the Genes, Steve Jones by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Magnetic Sleep - From Mesmer to Freud Adam Crabtree by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Elevators and Relativities - The Private Lives of Albert Einstein, Roger Highfield and Paul Carter; Einstein: A Life in Science, Michael White and John Gribbin by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Kafka in the Present Day by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Memories of James Joyce by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Visions of Hell - The Childermass, Monstre Gai, Malign Fiesta, Wyndham Lewis by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Memories of Greeneland by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Stickling to His Guns - The Letters of William Burroughs, 1945 to 1999 edited by Oliver Harris by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Hitman for the Apocalypse - Literary Outlaw: The Life and Times of William S. Burroughs, Ted Morgan by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Myth Maker of the Twentieth Century - Naked Lunch, William Burroughs by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

The Divine Marquis - Marquis de Sade, Maurice Lever by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Babylon Revisited - The Day of the Locust, Nathanael West by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

The Bear of Little Britain - The Brilliant Career of Winnie-the-Pooh, Ann Thwaite by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Sermons from the Mount - Fates Worse Than Death, Kurt Vonnegut by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Magical Seas - In Search of Conrad, Gavin Young by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

A Working-class Proust - Henry Miller, Robert Ferguson by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Legend of Regret - Some Sort of Epic Grandeur: The Life of F. Scott Fitzgerald, Matthew J. Bruccoli by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Desperate Humours - Ronald Searle, Russell Davies by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Fools and Innocents - Stanley Spencer, Kenneth Pople by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Archetypes of the Dream - Salvador Dali: The Surrealist Jester, Meryle Secrest by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

The Innocent as Paranoid by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

The Touchstone City - Paris and the Surrealists, George Melly by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

The Coming of the Unconscious - Surrealism, Patrick Waldberg; The History of Surrealist Painting, Marcel Jean by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

The Last Real Innocents - Children of War, Children of Peace, Photographs by Robert Capa by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

A Still Life - Learning to Look, John Pope-Hennessy by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

The Culture of the Comic Strip - The Encyclopedia of American Comics edited by Ron Goulart; The International Book of Comics edited by Denis Gifford by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

The Artist at War - Images of War edited by Ken McCormick and Hamilton Darby Perry by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

A Humming-bird for Salvador Dali - Edward James, John Lowe; Poeted: The Final Quest of Edward James, Philip Purser by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

In the Voyeur's Gaze by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Escape into the Seraglio - Hockney on Photography: Conversations with Paul Joyce by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

The Spectre at the Feast - The Andy Warhol Diaries edited by Pat Hackett by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Lipstick and High Heels - Dong Xiaoping and the Making of Modern China, Richard Evans by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Sinister Spider - Dragon Lady: the Life and Legend of the Last Empress of China, Sterling Seagrave by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Last of the Great Royals - Hirohito, Edward Behr by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Closed Doors - The Hughes Papers, Elaine Davenport, Paul Eddy and Mark Hurwitz by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Mob Psychology - Little Man: Mayer Lansky and the Gangster Life, Robert Lacey by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

The Killing Time - The Executioner's Song, Norman Mailer by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Fallen Idol - Elvis, Albert Goldman by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Survival Instincts - Wild Swans, Jung Chang by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

The Chain-saw Biographer - Nancy Reagan: The Unauthorized Biography, Kitty Kelley by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Blue Velvet by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

La Jeteé by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

The Samurai of the Epic - The Warrior's Camera: The Cinema of Akira Kurosawa, Stephen Prince by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Courting the Cobra - Projections 2 edited by John Boorman and Walter Donohue by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

A User's Guide to the Millenium by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Hobbits in Space? by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Push-button Death - From Hanoi to Hollywood: The Vietnam War in American Film edited by Linda Ditmar and Gene Michaud by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Hollywood Sex Idols - Brando: A Life in Our Times, Richard Schickel; Mae West: Empress of Sex, Maurice Leonard by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Magical Days at Rick's - Round Up the Usual Suspects: the Making of Casablanca, Aljean Harmetz by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

The Sweet Smell of Excess - Writers in Hollywood 1915-1951, Ian Hamilton by J.G. Ballard. [11.08.2009]

Crash! by J.G. Ballard.

Love and Napalm: Export USA by J.G. Ballard.

Plan for the Assassination of Jacqueline Kennedy by J.G. Ballard.

The Assassination Weapon by J.G. Ballard.

The Atrocity Exhibition by J.G. Ballard.

The Generations of America by J.G. Ballard.

The Great American Nude by J.G. Ballard.

The Summer Cannibals by J.G. Ballard.

The University of Death by J.G. Ballard.

The Volcano Dances by J.G. Ballard.

Tolerances of the Human Face by J.G. Ballard.

You and Me and the Continuum by J.G. Ballard.

You: Coma: Marilyn Monroe by J.G. Ballard.

Bruce Ballenger (0/1)

Let's End Thesis Tyranny by Bruce Ballenger. [05.08.2013]

Thomas M. Balliet (0/1)

Gulliver's Travels into Several Remote Regions of the World by Jonathan Swift. Introduction by Thomas M. Balliet.[1] [05.06.2015]

Honoré de Balzac[1] (0/1)

The Pleasures and Pains of Coffee by Honoré de Balzac. Translated by Robert Onopa. [24.06.2014]

Lester Bangs[1] (0/2)

A Posthumous Interview by Lester Bangs.

In Which Yet Another Pompous Blowhard Purports to Possess the True Meaning of Punk Rock by Lester Bangs.

Iain Banks[1] (7/8)

The Business by Iain Banks.[1] [09.08.2010]

Use of Weapons by Iain M. Banks.[1] [18.07.2010]

The State of the Art by Iain M. Banks.[1] [20.06.2010]

The Player of Games by Iain M. Banks.[1] [28.04.2010]

Consider Phlebas by Iain M. Banks.[1] [29.12.2009]

Dead Air by Iain Banks.[1] [15.09.2009]

The Crow Road by Iain Banks.[1]


Scratch: The Present and Future of Species HS (sic) Considered as The Contents of a Contemporary Popular Record (qv) by Iain M. Banks. [20.06.2010]

The State of the Art by Iain M. Banks. [20.06.2010]

Piece by Iain M. Banks. [20.06.2010]

Cleaning Up by Iain M. Banks. [20.06.2010]

Descendant by Iain M. Banks. [20.06.2010]

Odd Attachment by Iain M. Banks. [20.06.2010]

A Gift from the Culture by Iain M. Banks.[1] [20.06.2010]

Road of Skulls by Iain M. Banks. [20.06.2010]

Bára Jóhannesdóttir Guðrúnardóttir (0/1)

Gleymt er þá gleypt er - klámnotkun ungra karla eftir Alexandra Antevska og Nicola Gavey. Þýtt af Báru Jóhannesdóttur Guðrúnardóttur. [08.02.2016]

David P. Barash[1] (0/1)

God, Darwin and My College Biology Class by David P. Barash. [03.10.2014]

Dan Barker[1] (1/0)

Godless: How an Evangelical Preacher Became One of America's Leading Atheists by Dan Barker. Foreword by Richard Dawkins.[1] [10.07.2014]

Kyle Barker (0/1)

Deadpool Max: Nutjob by David Lapham. Illustrated by Kyle Barker. [11.08.2013]

Lou Barlow[1] (0/1)

Scott Walker + Sunn O)))'s Soused by Lou Barlow. [27.10.2014]

R. H. Barlow[1] (0/6)

The Night Ocean by H. P. Lovecraft and R. H. Barlow. [25.01.2015]

"Till A' the Seas" by H. P. Lovecraft and R. H. Barlow.[1] [25.01.2015]

The Slaying of the Monster by H. P. Lovecraft and R. H. Barlow. [25.01.2015]

The Hoard of the Wizard-Beast by H. P. Lovecraft and R. H. Barlow. [11.01.2015]

Collapsing Cosmoses by H. P. Lovecraft and R. H. Barlow. [07.12.2014]

The Battle that Ended the Century: MS. Found in a Time Machine by H. P. Lovecraft with R. H. Barlow. [26.05.2014]

Julian Barnes[1] (2/10)

Cross Channel by Julian Barnes.[1]

Flaubert's Parrot by Julian Barnes.[1]


Brambilla by Julian Barnes.

Dragons by Julian Barnes.

Evermore by Julian Barnes.

Experiment by Julian Barnes.

Gnossienne by Julian Barnes.

Hermitage by Julian Barnes.

Interference by Julian Barnes.

Junction by Julian Barnes.

Melon by Julian Barnes.

Tunnel by Julian Barnes.

Steven Barnes[1] (1/0)

The Legacy of Heorot by Jerry Pournelle, Larry Niven, and Steven Barnes.[1]

Nathaniel Barr (0/1)

On the Reception and Detection of Pseudo-Profound Bullshit by Derek J. Koehler, Gordon Pennycook, James Allan Cheyne, Jonathan A. Fugelsang, and Nathaniel Barr. [11.12.2015]

Jack Barron (0/1)

Nick Cave: 'I Have to Spend Hours Talking to Fucking Idiots Like You' by Jack Barron. [08.07.2014]

Mark Barrowcliffe[1] (1/0)

The Elfish Gene by Mark Barrowcliffe. [10.05.2008 - Showing my role-playing roots. Often funny, and the title alone is worth the price for showing how far Dawkins has penetrated into general consciousness.]

Lynda Barry[1] (0/1)

Ernie Pook's Comeek by Lynda Barry. [20.05.2014]

David Barsamian[1] (4/9)

Secrets, Lies and Democracy by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky. [01.03.2017]

Keeping the Rabble in Line by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky. [27.02.2017]

The Prosperous Few and the Restless Many by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky. [26.02.2017]

What We Say Goes: Conversations on U.S. Power in a Changing World by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky. [18.01.2009]


Health Care by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky. [27.02.2017]

Reflections on Democracy by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky. [27.02.2017]

The Emerging Global Economic Order by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky. [27.02.2017]

Crime and Gun Control by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky. [27.02.2017]

Media, Knowledge, and Objectivity by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky. [27.02.2017]

Class by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky. [27.02.2017]

Race by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky. [26.02.2017]

They Don't Even Know That They Don't Know by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky. [26.02.2017]

The World Bank, GATT and Free Trade by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky. [26.02.2017]

Donald Barthelme (0/1)

The School by Donald Barthelme.

Paulé Bartón (0/1)

Emilie Plead Choose One Egg by Paulé Bartón. Translated by Howard Norman.

Pawel Bartoszek (0/2)

Fallið á gæskuprófinu eftir Pawel Bartoszek. [30.05.2014]

Pútínisminn eftir Pawel Bartoszek. [28.03.2014]

Sanjay Basu (0/1)

How Austerity Kills by David Stuckler and Sanjay Basu. [14.05.2013]

Georges Bataille[1] (1/0)

Story of the Eye by Georges Bataille. Translated by Joachim Neugroschal.[1] [01.10.2014]

Laura Bates[1] (1/0)

Everyday Sexism by Laura Bates. Foreword by Sarah Brown.[1] [15.02.2016]

Charles Baudelaire[1] (2/187)

Les Épaves by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by David Paul, Geoffrey Wagner, Kenneth O. Hanson, Roy Campbell, and William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

Fleurs du mal: 1861 Edition by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler.[1] [01.07.2014]


The Giantess by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [25.08.2017]

The Venal Muse by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [25.08.2017]

The Death of Lovers by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [29.06.2017]

Beatrice by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [29.06.2017]

The Fountain of Blood by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [29.06.2017]

The Two Kind Sisters by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [29.06.2017]

The Wine of Lovers by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [29.06.2017]

A Parisian Dream by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [29.06.2017]

Mists and Rains by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [29.06.2017]

The Irremediable by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [29.06.2017]

The Voice by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [29.06.2017]

Examination at Midnight by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [29.06.2017]

Sympathetic Horror by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [29.06.2017]

Alchemy of Sorrow by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [29.06.2017]

Obsession by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [29.06.2017]

Spleen by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [29.06.2017]

La Musique (Music) by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [29.06.2017]

The Owls by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [29.06.2017]

The Phantom by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [29.06.2017]

Mœsta et Errabunda by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [29.06.2017]

Song of Autumn by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [29.06.2017]

L'Irreparable by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [29.06.2017]

The Poison by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [29.06.2017]

Evening Harmony by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [28.06.2017]

The Spiritual Dawn by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [28.06.2017]

Semper Eadem by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [28.06.2017]

The Remorse of the Dead by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [28.06.2017]

Sed non Satiata by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [28.06.2017]

Exotic Perfume by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [28.06.2017]

Hymn to Beauty by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [28.06.2017]

The Ideal by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [28.06.2017]

Anterior Life by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [28.06.2017]

The Sick Muse by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [28.06.2017]

The Metamorphoses of the Vampire by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [28.06.2017]

Lethe by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [28.06.2017]

A Jolly Cabaret: On the Road from Brussels to Uccle by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by David Paul. [02.07.2014]

To M. Eugène Fromentin by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by David Paul. [02.07.2014]

On the Debut of Amina Boschetti by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Kenneth O. Hanson. [02.07.2014]

To a Lady of Malabar by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

The Ransom by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

The Unforeseen by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

The Voice by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

On Eugene Delacroix's Tasso in Prison by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

Lola of Valencia by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

Verses for the Portrait of Honoré Daumier by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

Franciscae meae laudes by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

The Monster by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Roy Campbell. [02.07.2014]

The Promises of a Face by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Geoffrey Wagner. [02.07.2014]

Hymn by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

Berthe's Eyes by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

The Fountain by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

The Vampire's Metamorphoses by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

The Jewels by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

To She Who Is Too Gay by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

Lethe by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

Women Doomed (In the Pale Glimmer...): Delphine and Hippolyta by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

Lesbos by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

The Sunset of Romanticism by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

The Voyage: To Maxime du Camp by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

Dream of a Curious Man: To F.N. by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

End of the Day by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

The Death of Artists by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

The Death of the Poor by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

The Death of Lovers by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

The Litanies of Satan by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

Abel and Cain by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

The Denial of Saint Peter by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

Love and the Skull: An Old Lamp Base by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

A Voyage to Cythera by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

Beatrice by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

Allegory by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

The Fountain of Blood by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

The Two Good Sisters by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

Women Doomed (Like Pensive Cattle...) by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

A Martyr: Drawing by an Unknown Master by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

Destruction by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

The Lovers' Wine by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

The Lonely Man's Wine by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

The Murderer's Wine by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

The Rag-Picker's Wine by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

The Soul of Wine by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.07.2014]

Morning Crepuscule by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

Parisian Dream: To Constantin Guys by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

Mist and Rains by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

The Kind-Hearted Servant of Whom You Were Jealous... by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

I Have Not Forgotten, Near the City... by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

The Love of Lies by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

Danse Macabre: To Ernest Christophe by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

Gambling by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

Evening Crepuscule by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

The Hard-Working Skeleton by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

To a Passerby by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

The Blind by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

The Little Old Ladies: To Victor Hugo by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

The Seven Old Men: To Victor Hugo by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

The Swan: To Victor Hugo by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

To a Mendicant Redhead by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

The Sun by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

Landscape by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [30.06.2014]

The Clock by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [25.06.2014]

The Irremediable by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [25.06.2014]

The Self-Tormenter: To J. G. F. by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [25.06.2014]

Sympathetic Horror by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [25.06.2014]

The Alchemy of Grief by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [25.06.2014]

The Taste for Nothingness by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [25.06.2014]

Obsession by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [25.06.2014]

Spleen (When the sky low and heavy...) by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [25.06.2014]

Spleen (I'm like the king...) by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [25.06.2014]

Spleen (I have more memories...) by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [25.06.2014]

Spleen (Pluvius, irritated...) by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [25.06.2014]

The Broken Bell by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

The Cask of Hatred by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

The Grateful Dead by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

A Fantastic Engraving by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

Sepulchre by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

Music by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

The Pipe by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

The Owls by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

The Cats by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

Sorrows of the Moon by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

Autumn Sonnet by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

The Ghost by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

Moesta et Errabunda by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

To a Creole Lady by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

Franciscae meae laudes by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

Sisina by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

Afternoon Song by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

To a Madonna: Votive Offering in the Spanish Style by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

Autumn Song by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [24.06.2014]

Conversation by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

The Irreparable by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

Invitation to the Voyage by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

The Beautiful Ship by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

The Cat by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

Cloudy Sky by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

Poison by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

The Perfume Flask by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

Evening Harmony by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

Spiritual Dawn by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

Confession by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

Reversibility by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

The Living Torch by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

What Will You Say Tonight, Poor Solitary Soul... by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

All Together by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [20.06.2014]

Semper Eadem by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [16.06.2014]

I Give You These Verses So If My Name... by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [16.06.2014]

A Phantom by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [16.06.2014]

The Possessed by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [16.06.2014]

The Balcony by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [16.06.2014]

The Duel by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [16.06.2014]

The Cat by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [16.06.2014]

Posthumous Remorse by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [16.06.2014]

One Night When I Lay Beside a Frightful Jewess... by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [16.06.2014]

The Vampire by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [16.06.2014]

De Profundis Clamavi by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [16.06.2014]

A Carcass by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [16.06.2014]

The Dancing Serpent by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [16.06.2014]

With Her Pearly, Undulating Dresses... by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [16.06.2014]

Sed non Satiata by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [13.06.2014]

You Would Take the Whole World to Bed with You... by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [13.06.2014]

I Adore You as Much as the Nocturnal Vault... by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [13.06.2014]

Hair by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [13.06.2014]

Exotic Perfume by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [13.06.2014]

Hymn to Beauty by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [13.06.2014]

The Mask: Allegorical Statue in the Style of the Renaissance To Ernest Christophe, Sculptor by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

The Giantess by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

The Ideal by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

Beauty by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

Punishment of Pride by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

Don Juan in Hell by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

Man and the Sea by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

Traveling Gypsies by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

Past Life by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

Bad Luck by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

The Enemy by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

The Bad Monk by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

The Venal Muse by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

The Sick Muse by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

The Beacons by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

I Love the Memory of Those Naked Epochs... by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

Correspondences by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

Elevation by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [12.06.2014]

The Albatross by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.05.2014]

Benediction by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [01.05.2014]

To the Reader by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [26.04.2014]

Dedication by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by William Aggeler. [26.04.2014]

The Generous Gambler by Charles Baudelaire. [29.11.2012]

Lisa Bauer (0/1)

Subjection and Escape: An American Woman's Muslim Journey [...] [...] by Lisa Bauer. [01.02.2010]

Charles Baxter (0/1)

Sudden Fiction International: Sixty Short-Short Stories edited by James Thomas and Robert Shepard. Introduction by Charles Baxter.[1]

Daniel Bayliss (0/1)

The Deal by Daniel Bayliss and Gerardo Preciado. [10.11.2013]

Howard Beale (0/1)

A Beginner's Guide to the Conflict in (and Country of) Syria by Howard Beale. [02.09.2013]

Henry N. Beard[1] (1/0)

Bored of the Rings by Douglas C. Kenney and Henry N. Beard.[1]

Brett Beasley (0/1)

Do Intelligent People Need Religion? by Brett Beasley. [24.08.2013]

Ann Beattie (0/1)

Snow by Ann Beattie.

Zack Beauchamp (0/1)

Why the European Plan to Ban Porn Is a Bad Idea by Zack Beauchamp. [20.03.2013]

Molly Beauchemin (0/1)

Amy Winehouse, Kurt Cobain and the Gendering of Martyrdom by Molly Beauchemin. [06.11.2015]

Ned Beauman[1] (0/1)

High-Rise by J.G. Ballard. Introduction by Ned Beauman.[1] [25.01.2017]

Alison Bechdel[1] (0/1)

The Canary-Colored Caravan of Death by Alison Bechdel. [20.05.2014]

Samuel Beckett[1] (3/36)

Fizzles by Samuel Beckett.[1]

Stories and Texts for Nothing by Samuel Beckett.[1]

The Complete Short Prose, 1929-1989 by Samuel Beckett. Edited by S. E. Gontarski.[1]


A Case in a Thousand by Samuel Beckett.

All Strange Away by Samuel Beckett.[1]

As the story was told by Samuel Beckett.

Assumption by Samuel Beckett.[1]

Enough by Samuel Beckett.

Faux Départs by Samuel Beckett.

First Love by Samuel Beckett.[1]

Fizzle 1 [He is barehead] by Samuel Beckett.[1]

Fizzle 2 [Horn came always] by Samuel Beckett.[1]

Fizzle 3 Afar a Bird by Samuel Beckett.[1]

Fizzle 4 [I gave up before birth] by Samuel Beckett.[1]

Fizzle 5 [Closed place] by Samuel Beckett.[1]

Fizzle 6 [Old earth] by Samuel Beckett.[1]

Fizzle 7 Still by Samuel Beckett.[1]

Fizzle 8 For to end yet again by Samuel Beckett.[1]

From an Abandoned Work by Samuel Beckett.[1]

Heard in the Dark 1 by Samuel Beckett.

Heard in the Dark 2 by Samuel Beckett.

Imagination Dead Imagine by Samuel Beckett.[1]

Lessness by Samuel Beckett.[1]

neither by Samuel Beckett.[1]

One Evening by Samuel Beckett.

Ping by Samuel Beckett.[1]

Sedendo et Quiescendo by Samuel Beckett.

Sounds by Samuel Beckett.

Still 3 by Samuel Beckett.

Stirrings Still by Samuel Beckett.[1]

Text by Samuel Beckett.

Texts for Nothing by Samuel Beckett.[1]

The Calmative by Samuel Beckett.[1]

The Capital of the Ruins by Samuel Beckett.[1]

The Cliff by Samuel Beckett.

The End by Samuel Beckett.[1]

The Expelled by Samuel Beckett.[1]

The Image by Samuel Beckett.

The Lost Ones by Samuel Beckett.[1]

William Beckford[1] (1/0)

Vathek by William Beckford.[1] [16.02.2017]

Mark Beech (0/15)

The Witch's Vacuum Cleaner and Other Stories by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech. [30.06.2017]

Rincemangle, the Gnome of Even Moor by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech. [30.06.2017]

The Extraordinary Adventures of Doggins by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech. [30.06.2017]

Wizard War by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech. [29.06.2017]

The Blackbury Park Statues by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech. [29.06.2017]

The Time-travelling Television by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech. [29.06.2017]

Lord Cake and the Battle for Banwen's Beacon by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech. [29.06.2017]

The Fire Opal by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech. [27.06.2017]

An Ant Called 4179003 by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech. [27.06.2017]

The Sheep Rodeo Scandal by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech. [27.06.2017]

Darby and the Submarine by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech. [27.06.2017]

The Frozen Feud by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech. [27.06.2017]

The Truly Terrible Toothache by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech. [27.06.2017]

The Great Train Robbery by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech. [27.06.2017]

The Witch's Vacuum Cleaner by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Mark Beech. [27.06.2017]

David Beetham[1] (1/0)

Democracy: A Beginner's Guide by David Beetham.[1] [08.03.2009]

Steve Behrends (0/2)

The Vaults of Yoh-Vombis by Clark Ashton Smith. Foreword by Steve Behrends. [20.12.2016]

The Dweller in the Gulf by Clark Ashton Smith. Introduction by Steve Behrends. [14.12.2016]

Peter Beinart[1] (0/2)

Bill Maher's Dangerous Critique of Islam by Peter Beinart. [09.10.2014]

The Myth of a 'War on Religion' by Peter Beinart. [23.05.2014]

Gabrielle Bell (0/1)

California Journal by Gabrielle Bell. [20.05.2014]

Saul Bellow[1] (1/0)

Henderson the Rain King by Saul Bellow.[1]

Robert Benchley (0/1)

Open Bookcases by Robert Benchley. [24.06.2014]

Brian Michael Bendis (0/1)

Ultimate Spider-Man 1: Powerless by Bill Jemas and Brian Michael Bendis. Illustrated by Mark Bagley. [17.08.2014]

Benedikt Reynisson (0/1)

Þekkir hangikjöt, hákarl og sviðahausa eftir Benedikt Reynisson. [23.07.2014]

Jaromir Benes (0/1)

The Chicago Plan Revisited: IMF Working Paper by Jaromir Benes and Michael Kumhof. [05.11.2012]

Gregory Benford[1] (0/1)

Gold by Isaac Asimov. Introduction by Gregory Benford.[1] [22.02.2016]

Joe Benitez[1] (0/1)

Lady Mechanika: A Selection from Volume One Issue One by Joe Benitez. [17.08.2014]

Walter Benjamin (1/0)

Atvik 2: Listaverkið á tímum fjöldaframleiðslu sinnar: Þrjár ritgerðir eftir Walter Benjamin. Þýtt af Hjálmari Sveinssyni og Árna Óskarssyni.

Yochai Benkler[1] (0/1)

The Dangerous Logic of the Bradley Manning Case by Yochai Benkler. [02.03.2013]

Gottfried Benn[1] (1/12)

Morgue by Gottfried Benn. Translated by Supervert. [01.12.2013]


Before a Cornfield by Gottfried Benn. Translated by Supervert. [01.12.2013]

Subway Train by Gottfried Benn. Translated by Michael Hamburger. [01.12.2013]

Express Train by Gottfried Benn. Translated by Michael Hamburger. [01.12.2013]

Night Café by Gottfried Benn. Translated by Michael Hamburger. [01.12.2013]

Labor Room by Gottfried Benn. Translated by Walter Kauffman. [01.12.2013]

Man and Woman Go through the Cancer Ward by Gottfried Benn. Translated by Babette Deutsch. [01.12.2013]

Appendectomy by Gottfried Benn. Translated by Karl. F. Ross. [01.12.2013]

Requiem by Gottfried Benn. Translated by Supervert. [01.12.2013]

Nigger Bride by Gottfried Benn. Translated by Supervert. [01.12.2013]

Cycle by Gottfried Benn. Translated by Supervert. [01.12.2013]

A Fine Childhood by Gottfried Benn. Translated by Supervert. [01.12.2013]

Little Aster by Gottfried Benn. Translated by Supervert. [01.12.2013]

Jonathan Bennett (0/1)

Needles and Pins by Jonathan Bennett. [23.05.2014]

Richard P. Bentall (0/1)

A Proposal to Classify Happiness as a Psychiatric Disorder by Richard P. Bentall. [02.11.2012]

Jon Bentley (0/1)

Writing Correct Programs by Jon Bentley. [20.10.2012]

Dale Beran[1] (0/1)

4chan: The Skeleton Key to the Rise of Trump by Dale Beran. [20.02.2017]

Nancy Varian Berberick[1] (1/4)

Dragonlance Heroes Volume Two: Stormblade by Nancy Varian Berberick.


Harvests by Nancy Varian Berberick.

Hearth Cat and Winter Wren by Nancy Varian Berberick.

Hide and Go Seek by Nancy Varian Berberick.

Snowsong by Nancy Varian Berberick.

Karen Berger[1] (0/1)

The Sandman Volume 1: Preludes and Nocturnes by Neil Gaiman. Introduction by Karen Berger. Illustrated by Malcolm Jones III, Mike Dringenberg, and Sam Kieth.[1][2] [19.07.2017]

Jesse Bering[1] (1/0)

Perv: The Sexual Deviant in All of Us by Jesse Bering. [14.10.2015]

Kenneth Bernard (0/1)

Preparations by Kenneth Bernard.

Marc Bernardin (0/1)

Jake the Dreaming by Adam Freeman, Andrew Jones, and Marc Bernardin. [16.08.2014]

Bernardo Tino Neri Haensel (0/1)

Vinir að eilífu eftir Bernardo Tino Neri Haensel. Myndskreytt af Sigrúnu Eldjárn. [24.04.2015]

J. Bernlef (0/1)

The Black Dog by J. Bernlef. Translated by Frank Scimone.

J. S. Bernstein (0/1)

One of These Days by Gabriel Garcia Márquez. Translated by J. S. Bernstein.

Neil Berry (0/1)

Martin Amis Dumbs Down by Neil Berry. [17.08.2014]

John Gregory Betancourt[1] (0/1)

The Merry Men of Riverworld by John Gregory Betancourt.

Callie Beusman (0/1)

Of Course Women Are Getting Sexually Harassed by Drones by Callie Beusman. [15.05.2014]

John Bew (0/1)

Prime Ministers and Their Foreign Secretaries by John Bew. [18.05.2013]

Doug Beyer (1/0)

Scarred by Doug Beyer. Illustrated by Mark Texeira, Paul Davidson, and Steve Prescott. [10.04.2016]

Yudhijit Bhattacharjee (0/1)

The Mind of a Con Man by Yudhijit Bhattacharjee. [29.04.2013]

Andrew Bianchi (0/1)

Sir Terry Pratchett: Shaking Hands with Death by Andrew Bianchi. [06.06.2016]

Sarah Binder (0/1)

Leaving Office Feet First: Death in Congress by Forrest Maltzman, Lee Siegelman, and Sarah Binder. [16.01.2013]

Laurent Binet[1] (1/1)

HHhH eftir Laurent Binet. Þýtt af Sigurði Pálssyni.[1] [29.04.2014]


The Missing Pages of Laurent Binet's HHhH by Laurent Binet. [30.04.2014]

Birgir Örn Guðjónsson (0/1)

Greinin sem má ekki skrifa eftir Birgir Örn Guðjónsson. [28.11.2014]

Michael Bishop[1] (0/1)

The Yukio Mishima Cultural Association of Kudzu Valley, Georgia by Michael Bishop.

Zealia Bishop[1] (0/3)

The Mound by H. P. Lovecraft and Zealia Bishop.[1] [25.01.2015]

Medusa's Coil by H. P. Lovecraft and Zealia Bishop.[1] [20.01.2015]

The Curse of Yig by H. P. Lovecraft and Zealia Bishop.[1] [06.01.2015]

Simon Bisley[1] (0/2)

Batman: Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader? with Other Tales of the Dark Knight by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Andy Kubert, Bernie Mireault, Mark Buckingham, Mike Hoffman, and Simon Bisley.[1] [30.04.2012]

Bad Boy by Frank Miller. Illustrated by Simon Bisley.[1] [31.08.2009]

Terry Bisson[1] (0/1)

They're Made Out of Meat by Terry Bisson. [16.11.2014]

Mark Bittman (0/1)

It's the Sugar, Folks by Mark Bittman. [01.03.2013]

Bjarki Karlsson[1] (1/0)

Árleysi alda: Háttbundin ljóð eftir Bjarka Karlsson. [30.12.2013]

Bjarni Bernharður (0/1)

Þorpið eftir Bjarna Bernharð. [04.08.2015]

Bjarni Frímann Karlsson (0/4)

Goðheimar 7: Krækt í orminn eftir Henning Kure ásamt Hans-Rancke Madsen, Per Vadmand og Peter Madsen. Þýtt af Bjarna Frímanni Karlssyni. [03.01.2017]

Goðheimar 6: Gulleplin eftir Hans-Rancke Madsen, Henning Kure, Per Vadmand og Peter Madsen. Þýtt af Bjarna Frímanni Karlssyni. [02.01.2017]

Goðheimar 5: Förin til Útgarða-Loka eftir Hans-Rancke Madsen, Henning Kure, Per Vadmand og Peter Madsen. Þýtt af Bjarna Frímanni Karlssyni. [02.01.2017]

Goðheimar 4: Sagan um Kark eftir Hans-Rancke Madsen, Henning Kure, Per Vadmand og Peter Madsen. Þýtt af Bjarna Frímanni Karlssyni. [02.01.2017]

Bjarni Hinriksson (0/1)

Skyggni ágætt? eftir Bjarna Hinriksson. [08.09.2015]

Bjarni Karlsson (0/1)

Húmor krossins eftir Bjarna Karlsson. [23.03.2013]

Björg Árnadóttir (0/1)

Dómar heimsins dóttir góð eftir Björgu Árnadóttur. [30.11.2015]

Björg Sveinbjörnsdóttir (0/1)

Ferðalag kynferðisofbeldis úr einkarýminu eftir Björgu Sveinbjörnsdóttur. [02.09.2013]

Björn Teitsson (0/2)

Ekki kúl, Kolbrún eftir Björn Teitsson. [11.08.2014]

Lífsleikni og mannasiðir Gillz eftir Björn Teitsson. [02.10.2013]

Björn Thorarensen (0/1)

Tinni í Sovétríkjunum eftir Hergé. Þýtt af Birni Thorarensen.[1] [13.03.2010]

Christopher Black (1/0)

Star Challenge: Planets in Peril by Christopher Black. Illustrated by Maelo Cintron.

Holly Black[1] (0/1)

Chronicle of the Last Emperor of Melniboné Volume 3: Elric: The Sleeping Sorceress by Michael Moorcock. Foreword by Holly Black. Illustrated by Steve Ellis.[1] [05.07.2016]

Susan Blackmore[1] (1/0)

The Meme Machine by Susan Blackmore.[1] [05.02.2009]

Lincoln Blades (0/1)

White Male Terrorists Are an Issue We Should Discuss by Lincoln Blades. [12.05.2017]

Quentin Blake[1][2] (0/1)

The BFG by Roald Dahl. Illustrated by Quentin Blake.[1] [17.04.2017]

William Blake[1] (8/59)

Songs of Experience by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

Songs of Innocence by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

The Book of Urizen by William Blake.[1] [17.04.2016]

The Marriage of Heaven and Hell by William Blake.[1] [17.04.2016]

The Pickering Manuscript by William Blake. [13.04.2016]

The Song of Los by William Blake.[1] [06.10.2015]

Europe a Prophecy by William Blake.[1] [06.10.2015]

America a Prophecy by William Blake.[1] [06.10.2015]


The Voice of the Ancient Bard by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

The Schoolboy by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

To Tirzah by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

A Little Girl Lost by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

A Little Boy Lost by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

A Poison Tree by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

Infant Sorrow by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

The Human Abstract by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

London by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

The Little Vagabond by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

The Garden of Love by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

The Lily by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

Ah! Sun-flower by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

My Pretty Rose Tree by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

The Tyger by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

The Angel by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

The Fly by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

The Sick Rose by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

Nurse's Song by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

The Chimney Sweeper by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

The Little Girl Found by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

The Little Girl Lost by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

Holy Thursday by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

The Clod and the Pebble by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

Earth's Answer by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

Introduction by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

On Another's Sorrow by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

A Dream by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

Infant Joy by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

Nurse's Song by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

Spring by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

Night by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

Holy Thursday by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

The Divine Image by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

A Cradle Song by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

Laughing Song by William Blake.[1] [18.04.2016]

The Little Boy Found by William Blake.[1] [17.04.2016]

The Little Boy Lost by William Blake.[1] [17.04.2016]

The Chimney Sweeper by William Blake.[1] [17.04.2016]

The Blossom by William Blake.[1] [17.04.2016]

The Little Black Boy by William Blake.[1] [17.04.2016]

The Lamb by William Blake.[1] [17.04.2016]

The Echoing Green by William Blake.[1] [17.04.2016]

The Shepherd by William Blake.[1] [17.04.2016]

Introduction by William Blake. [17.04.2016]

All Religions Are One by William Blake.[1] [13.04.2016]

There Is No Natural Religion by William Blake.[1] [13.04.2016]

The Gates of Paradise by William Blake. [13.04.2016]

William Bond by William Blake. [13.04.2016]

Long John Brown & Little Mary Bell by William Blake. [13.04.2016]

The Grey Monk by William Blake. [13.04.2016]

The Crystal Cabinet by William Blake. [13.04.2016]

Mary by William Blake. [13.04.2016]

The Land of Dreams by William Blake. [13.04.2016]

The Mental Traveller by William Blake.[1] [13.04.2016]

The Golden Net by William Blake. [13.04.2016]

The Smile by William Blake. [13.04.2016]

Auguries of Innocence by William Blake.[1] [13.04.2016]

Let the Brothels of Paris be opened by William Blake. [13.04.2016]

Archie Bland (0/1)

The Truth about Pornography: It's Time for a Rude Awakening by Archie Bland. [31.08.2013]

Arthur Blech (1/0)

The Causes of Anti-Semitism: A Critique of the Bible by Arthur Blech.[1] [01.02.2013]

Sergo Bleda (0/1)

Alan Moore's Magic Words by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Alfredo Torres, Juan Jose Ryp, Martin Cáceres, Sergo Bleda, and Vincente Cifuentes.[1] [08.10.2011]

Karen Blixen[1] (3/1)

Out of Africa by Karen Blixen.[1]

Seven Gothic Tales by Karen Blixen.[1]

Winter's Tales by Karen Blixen.


The Blue Jar by Isak Dinesen.

Judy Blume[1] (3/0)

Blubber by Judy Blume.[1]

Superfudge by Judy Blume.[1]

Then Again, Maybe I Won't by Judy Blume.[1]

Jordyn F. Bochon[1] (0/1)

Rubies by Josh Tierney. Illustrated by Jordyn F. Bochon. [13.11.2013]

Bogi Reynisson (0/1)

Bert á milli í Harbinger – rýni eftir Boga Reynisson. [16.03.2017]

Gordon Bok (0/1)

Peter Kagan and the Wind by Gordon Bok.

Roberto Bolaño[1] (1/0)

2666: A Novel by Roberto Bolaño. Translated by Natasha Wimmer.[1] [15.07.2012]

Brian Bolland[1] (1/1)

Bolland Strips! by Brian Bolland. [21.06.2009]


Batman: The Killing Joke (Deluxe Edition) by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Brian Bolland.[1] [31.08.2009]

Robert Bolt[1] (1/0)

A Man for All Seasons by Robert Bolt.[1]

Wayne Bomgaars (0/1)

President Obama's Brilliant Strategy No One Seems to Recognize by Wayne Bomgaars. [09.09.2013]

Michael Booth (0/1)

Dark Lands: The Grim Truth Behind the 'Scandinavian Miracle' by Michael Booth. [28.01.2014]

Ian Boothby (0/1)

The League of Extraordinary Barts by Ian Boothby. Illustrated by John Delaney. [17.08.2014]

Jorge Luis Borges[1] (15/311)

The Total Library: Non-Fiction 1922-1986 by Jorge Luis Borges. Edited by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Nine Dantesque Essays 1945-1951 by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Seven Nights by Jorge Luis Borges. Introduction by Alastair Reid. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [26.10.2009]

The Gold of the Tigers: Selected Later Poems by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

The Book of Sand by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1] [12.08.2009; ]

A Universal History of Iniquity by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Artifices by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Brodie's Report by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Collected Fictions by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Fictions by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

In Praise of Darkness by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Shakespeare's Memory by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Aleph by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Garden of Forking Paths by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Maker by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]


Esse Est Percipi by Adolfo Bioy Casares and Jorge Luis Borges. [25.06.2014]

Prologue to William James, Varieties of Religious Experience; the Study of Human Nature by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Prologue to Virgil, The Aeneid by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Prologue to Søren Kierkegaard, Fear and Trembling by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Prologue to Thorstein Veblen, The Theory of the Leisure Class by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Prologue to Fyodor Dostoevsky, Demons by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Prologue to H. G. Wells, The Time Machine; The Invisible Man by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Prologue to The Apocryphal Gospels by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Prologue to Julio Cortázar, Stories by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Prologue to the Collection by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Prologue to Charles Howard Hinton, Scientific Romances by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Prologue to P'u Sung-ling, The Tiger Guest by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Prologue to Villiers de l'Isle-Adam, The Guest at the Last Banquets by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Prologue to Jack London, The Concentric Deaths by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Prologue to Franz Kafka, The Vulture by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

The Detective Story by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Immortality by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Blindness by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009; 26.10.2009]

The Enigma of Shakespeare by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

The Concept of an Academy and the Celts by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Prologue to Emanuel Swedenborg, Mystical Works by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Prologue to Walt Whitman, Leaves of Grass by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Prologue to Catalog of the Exhibition Books from Spain by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

Prologue to Edward Gibbon, Pages of History and Autobiography by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Prologue to Ryunosuke Akutagawa, The Kappa by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

German Literature in the Age of Bach by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

The Argentine Writer and Tradition by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Prologue to Ray Bradbury, The Martian Chronicles by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Prologue to Thomas Carlyle, On Heroes, Hero-worship and the Heroic in History, and Ralph Waldo Emerson, Representative Men by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Prologue to Bret Harte, The Luck of Roaring Camp and Other Sketches by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

L'Illusion Comique by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

A History of the Echoes of a Name by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

A History of the Tango by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

Flaubert and His Exemplary Destiny by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

A Defense of Bouvard and Pécuchet by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

The Dialogues of Ascetic and King by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

The Scandinavian Destinty by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Form of a Legend by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Coleridge's Dream by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

The Enigma of Edward FitzGerald by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Kafka and His Precursors by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

On the Cult of Books by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

The Innocence of Layamon by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Pascal's Sphere by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Personality and the Buddha by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

The Wall and the Books by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

From Somebody to Nobody by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

From Allegories to Novels by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Biathanatos by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

A New Refutation of Time by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

On Oscar Wilde by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

The Paradox of Apollinaire by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

Our Poor Individualism by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

On Dubbing by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009; 12.12.2009]

Beatrice's Last Smile by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

The Meeting in a Dream by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

The Simurgh and the Eagle by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Purgatorio I, 13 by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Dante and the Anglo-Saxon Visionaries by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

The Pitying Torturer by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

The Last Voyage of Ulysses by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

The False Problem of Ugolino by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

The Noble Castle of the Fourth Canto by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Two Films (Now Voyager; Nightmare) by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Transformed by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

An Overwhelming Film (Citizen Kane) by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

Two Films (Sabotage; Los muchachos de antes) by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

Leslie Weatherhead, After Death by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

Arthur Waley, Monkey by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Edward Shanks, Rudyard Kipling: A Study in Literature and Political Ideas by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

Edward Kasner & James Newman, Mathematics and the Imagination by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

Prologue to Henry James, The Abasement of the Northmores by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

Prologue to Herman Melville, Bartleby the Scrivener by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

Prologue to Adolfo Bioy Casares, The Invention of Morel by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

Coleridge's Flower by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

On William Beckford's Vathek by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

On Literary Description by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

John Wilkins' Analytical Language by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Circular Time by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

The Creation and P. H. Gosse by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

A Fragment on Joyce by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Time and J. W. Dunne by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

The Total Library by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

A Note on the Peace by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

A Comment on August 23, 1944 by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

Two Books by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

1941 by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

Definitions of a Germanophile by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

An Essay on Neutrality by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

A Disturbing Exposition by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

A Pedagogy of Hatred by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

The Literary Life: The Dionne Quints by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Joyce's Latest Novel by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

E. S. Pankhurst, Delphos, or the Future of International Language by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

H. G. Wells' Latest Novel by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

A Grandiose Manifesto from Breton by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Alan Griffiths, Of Course, Vitelli! by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

An English Version of the Oldest Songs in the World by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

The Literary Life: Oliver Gogarty by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Two Fantasy Novels by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Lord Dunsany, Patches of Sunlight by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Lady Murasaki, The Tale of Genji by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

William Faulkner, The Unvanquished by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Meadows Taylor, The Confessions of a Thug by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Richard Hull, Excellent Intentions by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

The Literary Life: Marinetti by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Wolfram Eberhard, tr., Chinese Fairy Tales and Folk Tales by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Sir William Barrett, Personality Survives Death by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Ellery Queen, The Door Between by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Rabindranath Tagore, Collected Poems and Plays by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Aldous Huxley, Stories, Essays and Poems by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Gustaf Janson, Gubben Kommer by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

William Faulkner, Absalom! Absalom! by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Lord Halifax's Ghost Book by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Louis Golding, The Pursuer by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Alan Pryce-Jones, Private Opinion by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Gustav Meyrink, Der Engel von Westlichen Fenster by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Virginia Woolf by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

S.S. Van Dine by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Paul Valéry by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Oswald Spengler by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Liam O'Flaherty by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Will James by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

T.S. Eliot by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Theodore Dreiser by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Benedetto Croce by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Ernest Bramah by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Isaac Babel by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

When Ficion Lives in Fiction by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Ramón Lull's Thinking Machine by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Wells, the Visionary by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

The Petrified Forest by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

Two Films (Crime and Punishment; The Thirty-nine Steps) by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

The Informer by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

King Kong by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

Street Scene by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

Films by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

The Cinematograph, the Biograph by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

A History of Eternity by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

The Doctrine of Cycles by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

The Labyrinths of the Detective Story and Chesterton by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

I, a Jew by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

The Translators of The Thousand and One Nights by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

The Art of Verbal Abuse by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

A Defense of the Kabbalah by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

Narrative Art and Magic by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

The Homeric Versions by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

A Defense of Basilides the False by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

The Postulation of Reality by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Our Inabilities by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [12.12.2009]

The Superstitious Ethics of the Reader by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

The Duration of Hell by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger and Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

The Perpetual Race of Achilles and the Tortoise by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

An Investigation of the Word by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger and Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

Literary Pleasure by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

A Profession of Literary Faith by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

Verbiage for Poems by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

A History of Angels by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

Joyce's Ulysses by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

After Images by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Suzanne Jill Levine. [12.12.2009]

The Nothingness of Personality by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Esther Allen. [12.12.2009]

The Kabbalah by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [26.10.2009]

Buddhism by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [26.10.2009]

The Thousand and One Nights by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [26.10.2009]

Nightmares by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [26.10.2009]

The Divine Comedy by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Eliot Weinberger. [26.10.2009]

The unending rose: To Susana Bombal by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

The white deer by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

Talismans by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

My books by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

In memory of Angelica by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

The exile (1977) by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

Elegy by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

1972 by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

A blind man by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

The blind man by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

Brunanburh, A.D. 937 by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

Proteus by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

Fifteen coins: To Alicia Jurado by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

I am by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

To the nightingale by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

The suicide by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

Inventory by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

Browning resolves to be a poet by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

The dream by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

I by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

The gold of the tigers by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

To a cat by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

Hengist wants men, A.D. 449 by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

The Palace by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

The dream of Pedro Henríquez Ureña by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

Milonga of Manuel Flores by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

1891 by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

To the German language by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

The watcher by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

Poems of quantity by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

You by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

The threatened one by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

Things by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

Susana Bombal by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

Tankas by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alastair Reid. [13.08.2009]

The Book of Sand by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1] [12.08.2009; ]

The Disk by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1] [12.08.2009; ]

Avelino Arredondo by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley. [12.08.2009; ]

The Bribe by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley. [12.08.2009; ]

A Weary Man's Utopia by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley. [12.08.2009; ]

"Undr" by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley. [12.08.2009; ]

The Mirror and the Mask by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley. [12.08.2009; ]

The Night of the Gifts by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley. [12.08.2009; ]

The Sect of the Thirty by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley. [12.08.2009; ]

There Are More Things by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1] [12.08.2009; ]

The Congress by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1] [12.08.2009; ]

Ulrikke by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1] [12.08.2009; ]

The Other by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1] [12.08.2009; ]

A Biography of Tadeo Isidoro Cruz (1829-1874) by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

A Dialog About a Dialog by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

A Dialog Between Dead Men by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

A Prayer by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

A Problem by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

A Survey of the Works of Herbert Quain by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

A Theologian in Death by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Argumentum Ornithologicum by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

August 25, 1983 by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Alberto Manguel.

August 25, 1983 by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Averroës' Search by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Blue Tigers by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Borges and I by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Brodie's Report by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Covered Mirrors by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Death and the Compass by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Delia Elena San Marco by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Deutsches Requiem by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Dreamtigers by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Emma Zunz by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Et cetera by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Everything and Nothing by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

For Leopoldo Lugones by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Funes, His Memory by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Guayaquil by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Hakim, the Masked Dyer of Merv by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

His End and His Beginning by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Ibn-Hakam al-Bokhari, Murdered in His Labyrinth by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

In Memoriam, J.F.K. by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Inferno, I, 32 by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Juan Muraña by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Legend by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Mahomed's Double by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Man on Pink Corner by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Martín Fierro by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Monk Eastman, Purveyor of Iniquities by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Museum by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Mutations by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

On Exactitude in Science by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Parable of Cervantes and the Quixote by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Parable of the Palace by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Paradiso, XXXI, 108 by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Pedro Salvadores by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Pierre Menard, Author of the Quixote by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Ragnarök by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Shakespeare's Memory by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Story of the Warrior and the Captive Maiden by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Aleph by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Approach to Al-Mu'tasim by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Captive by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Chamber of Statues by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Circular Ruins by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Cruel Redeemer Lazarus Morell by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Cult of the Phoenix by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Dead Man by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Disinterested Killer Bill Harrigan by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Duel by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Elderly Lady by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Encounter by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The End by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Ethnographer by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Garden of Forking Paths by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Generous Enemy by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Gospel According to Mark by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The House of Asterion by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Immortal by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Interloper by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Library of Babel by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Lottery in Babylon by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Maker by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Man on the Threshold by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Mirror of Ink by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Mountebank by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Other Death by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Other Duel by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Plot by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Rose of Paracelsus by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Secret Miracle by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Shape of the Sword by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The South by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Story from Rosendo Juárez by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Story of the Two Dreamers by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Theme of the Traitor and the Hero by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Theologians by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Two Kings and the Two Labyrinths by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Uncivil Teacher of Court Etiquette Kôtsuké no Suké by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Wait by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Window Ching—Pirate by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Witness by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Wizard that Was Made to Wait by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Writing of the God by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Yellow Rose by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Zahir by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Three Versions of Judas by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Toenails by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Unworthy by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

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Sinner Takes All: A Memoir of Love and Porn by Tera Patrick with Carrie Borzillo. Foreword by Margaret Cho.[1] [29.07.2014]

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The Shoe Breaker by Daniel Boulanger. Translated by Marijo Despréaux Schneider and Penny Million Pucelik.

Stefan Boulter (0/1)

Laumufarþeginn eftir Stefan Boulter. [08.09.2015]

G. W. Bowersock[1] (0/1)

Palestine: Ancient History and Modern Politics by G. W. Bowersock. [30.10.2013]

Geoffrey C. Bowker[1] (1/0)

Sorting Things Out: Classification and Its Consequences by Geoffrey C. Bowker and Susan Leigh Star.[1] [18.01.2017]

Paul Bowles[1] (1/1)

The Sheltering Sky by Paul Bowles.[1]


The Book by Rodrigo Rey Rosa. Translated by Paul Bowles.

Karin Boye[1] (1/1)

Kallocain by Karin Boye. Introduction by Richard B. Vowles. Translated by Gustaf Lannestock.[1] [20.09.2016]


Of Course It Hurts by Karin Boye. Translated by Jenny Nunn. [14.02.2016]

Elizabeth Boyer[1] (1/0)

The Wizard and the Warlord by Elizabeth Boyer.

Steven R. Boyett[1] (0/1)

Prodigy by Steven R. Boyett.

Anthony Bozza (0/1)

Slash by Slash with Anthony Bozza.[1] [19.05.2012]

Ray Bradbury[1] (2/2)

Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury.[1]

The Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury.[1]


The Jar by Ray Bradbury. [17.02.2015]

The Last Night of the World by Ray Bradbury. [17.02.2015]

Bragi Ólafsson[1] (5/0)

Sendiherrann eftir Braga Ólafsson.[1] [10.07.2009]

Ansjósur eftir Braga Ólafsson.[1]

Gæludýrin eftir Braga Ólafsson.[1]

Hvíldardagar eftir Braga Ólafsson.[1]

Nöfnin á útidyrahurðinni eftir Braga Ólafsson.[1]

Bragi Páll Sigurðsson (0/3)

Hvað á að gera við líkið af Sjálfstæðisflokknum? eftir Braga Pál Sigurðsson. [26.10.2015]

Landsfundur hinna háu kinnbeina eftir Braga Pál Sigurðsson. [26.10.2015]

Feminískur faðir fastur í feðraveldinu eftir Braga Pál Sigurðsson. [27.01.2015]

Bragi Valdimar Skúlason (0/1)

Skósveinar 1: Banana! eftir Didier Ah-koon. Myndskreytt af Renaud Collins. Þýtt af Braga Valdimar Skúlasyni. [30.07.2016]

William Stanley Braithwaite (0/1)

A Shropshire Lad by A. E. Housman. Introduction by William Stanley Braithwaite.[1] [09.09.2013]

William Brand (0/1)

Hospital of the Transfiguration by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by William Brand.[1] [26.03.2013]

Michael Braun (0/1)

America, America and Ed Sullivan by Michael Braun.

Richard Brautigan[1] (1/1)

Trout Fishing in America by Richard Brautigan.[1]


The Weather in San Francisco by Richard Brautigan.

Gary Brecher[1] (0/268)

The War Nerd: Captagon, the Beheading Drug! by Gary Brecher. [31.05.2016]

The War Nerd: That Russian airliner... bomb or loose screw? by Gary Brecher. [20.05.2016]

The War Nerd: Bombed Stupid by Gary Brecher. [20.05.2016]

The War Nerd: Why is the F-35 Like an Albanian Mushroom? by Gary Brecher. [20.05.2016]

The War Nerd: The Museum of Defeats by Gary Brecher. [20.05.2016]

The War Nerd: How to write an Islamist scare story by Gary Brecher. [20.05.2016]

The War Nerd: OK, Who Rocketed? by Gary Brecher. [20.05.2016]

The War Nerd: Don't be fooled - Turkey is attacking the Kurds by Gary Brecher. [20.05.2016]

The War Nerd: How many soldiers does Hezbollah actually have? by Gary Brecher. [20.05.2016]

The War Nerd: The YPG's new problem against Islamic State is... Victory by Gary Brecher. [20.05.2016]

The War Nerd: A Glorious Victory, for Once! by Gary Brecher. [26.08.2015]

The War Nerd: Scuds & Patriots—The Armies of This Age Are Weird by Gary Brecher. [26.08.2015]

The War Nerd: Doing the Math on Alawite Casualty Numbers by Gary Brecher. [26.08.2015]

The War Nerd: Escape from East Timor (Part Two) by Gary Brecher. [25.08.2015]

The War Nerd: Escape from East Timor (Part One) by Gary Brecher. [25.08.2015]

The War Nerd: Bentleys for Houthis! by Gary Brecher. [25.08.2015]

The War Nerd: The Art of Turf War by Gary Brecher. [22.04.2015]

The War Nerd: The Confederates Who Should've Been Hanged by Gary Brecher. [22.04.2015]

The War Nerd: To Lighten the Mood, Here's the Cheery Tale of Dammaj by Gary Brecher. [22.04.2015]

The War Nerd: A Brief History of the Yemen Clusterf*ck by Gary Brecher. [22.04.2015]

Fear and Forgetting: The War Nerd in East Timor, Part One by Gary Brecher. [22.04.2015]

The War Nerd: Why Did Mohammed Emwazi Become Jihadi John? by Gary Brecher. [22.04.2015]

The War Nerd: Tomb Raiders of Kobane by Gary Brecher. [22.04.2015]

The War Nerd: Islamic State and American Narcissism by Gary Brecher. [22.04.2015]

The War Nerd: Boko Haram and the Demon Consensus by Gary Brecher. [22.04.2015]

The War Nerd: Getting "Woman Warriors" Wrong by Gary Brecher. [22.04.2015]

The War Nerd: More Proof the US Defense Industry Has Nothing to Do with Defending America by Gary Brecher. [22.04.2015]

The War Nerd: Murder on the Orientalist Express by Gary Brecher. [22.04.2015]

The War Nerd: Osama Porn by Gary Brecher. [05.02.2015]

The War Nerd Vs. Neocon Knucklehead Victor Davis Hanson: A War Nerd Classic by Gary Brecher. [05.02.2015]

WN 40*: Pause for Breakdown by Gary Brecher. [04.02.2015]

WN 40: Syria Wobble by Gary Brecher. [04.02.2015]

WN 39: The War Nerd Surveys the Baltic Armies by Gary Brecher. [04.02.2015]

WN 38: IRA Vs. Al Qaeda: I Was Wrong by Gary Brecher. [04.02.2015]

War Nerd: What's Holdin' You Up, Muammar? by Gary Brecher. [04.02.2015]

The War Nerd Vs. Darrell Issa's Goldman Sachs Staffer: A Brief History of Hungarian Fascism Made Simple for Lying Scum by Gary Brecher. [04.02.2015]

The War Nerd: Libya: The Berb-Burb Alliance by Gary Brecher. [04.02.2015]

The War Nerd: So Who Killed Younes? by Gary Brecher. [04.02.2015]

The War Nerd: Libya, by da Yout', for da Yout' - For Now by Gary Brecher. [04.02.2015]

War Nerd Alert: This Guy Look Libyan to You? by Gary Brecher. [04.02.2015]

The War Nerd: Golan: When Your Green March Turns Red by Gary Brecher. [04.02.2015]

War Nerd 9/13: Ten Years on and a Long Way Down by Gary Brecher. [04.02.2015]

The War Nerd: China Joins the Yacht Club by Gary Brecher. [04.02.2015]

The War Nerd: The Mayan Caste War - Vivan Los Machetes by Gary Brecher. [03.02.2015]

War Nerd: Ben Grierson, Actual Hero by Gary Brecher. [03.02.2015]

War Nerd: War of the Babies in Taki's Magazine by Gary Brecher. [31.01.2015]

War Nerd Summer Reading Guide by Gary Brecher. [31.01.2015]

From Lebanon to Iraq: We're in Deep Shia Now by Gary Brecher. [30.01.2015]

Russia's Other Great Victory: How the Japs Got Served with the 3,000-Mile Long Stalin Roll Combo by Gary Brecher. [30.01.2015]

Tibet: Five to One Against by Gary Brecher. [30.01.2015]

Who Won Iraq's "Decisive" Battle? by Gary Brecher. [30.01.2015]

The Comoros Coup Factory: Vive le Bob! by Gary Brecher. [30.01.2015]

Kosovo: The Brave Tribes Are Doomed by Gary Brecher. [30.01.2015]

Hardware for Dummies: The Osprey Vs. The Hornet by Gary Brecher. [30.01.2015]

The Kurds Will Always Lose, Part II: The Enemy of Your Enemy Is a Pig, Too by Gary Brecher. [30.01.2015]

Not Your Usual High-IQ Suicide Bombers, Huh? by Gary Brecher. [30.01.2015]

Take America's Navy Battle Group...Please! by Gary Brecher. [30.01.2015]

Paraguay: A Brief History of National Suicide: The Story of How Paraguay Went from a Wannabe Prussia to the Rodney Dangerfield of South America by Gary Brecher. [30.01.2015]

Da Kurds: Boo Hoo Who?: Why Kurdistan Is Not a Nation and Never Will Be by Gary Brecher. [28.01.2015]

Burn, Malibu, Burn!: Fire: The Most Effective, Underused Weapon in the World by Gary Brecher. [28.01.2015]

Nahr al Bared: A Squeamish Siege by Gary Brecher. [28.01.2015]

Lebanese Democracy: One Man, One Boom by Gary Brecher. [28.01.2015]

War Nerd: Kamikaze Math: One Plane for One Carrier, and Other Lessons from Tojo's Air Force by Gary Brecher. [28.01.2015]

Shank You Very Much: The Fine Art of Prison War by Gary Brecher. [26.01.2015]

Sikh to Death by Gary Brecher. [25.01.2015]

Om Der Man! by Gary Brecher. [25.01.2015]

No Paper Tigers: Q: Why Did the Tamil Cross the Road? A: To Kill the Other Side by Gary Brecher. [25.01.2015]

Who Won Iraq?: Everyone that Stayed Out by Gary Brecher. [25.01.2015]

The Honorable Gentleman from al-Kaboom! by Gary Brecher. [25.01.2015]

Triumph of the Vile or: 300 Bottles of Idiocy on the Screen by Gary Brecher. [25.01.2015]

If It Ain't Fixed, Break It All Up: Cookin' Up a New Me with Cheney by Gary Brecher. [25.01.2015]

The Modocs: A Beautiful Little War by Gary Brecher. [25.01.2015]

The Fog of Najaf by Gary Brecher. [25.01.2015]

How to Steele a Promotion by Gary Brecher. [25.01.2015]

Your Xmas War Gift by Gary Brecher. [21.01.2015]

Saddam Died Beautiful: A Special Eulogy by Gary Brecher. [21.01.2015]

Why I Hate WW II by Gary Brecher. [21.01.2015]

Somalia: Me So Horn-y by Gary Brecher. [21.01.2015]

How to Win in Iraq by Gary Brecher. [21.01.2015]

The Doctrine of Asymmetrical War by Gary Brecher. [21.01.2015]

Dime and Dimer by Gary Brecher. [05.01.2015]

Venezuela: Enchilada of Evil by Gary Brecher. [02.01.2015]

Afghanistan: Let 'Em Eat Hams by Gary Brecher. [02.01.2015]

Sri Lanka: The Big Hate Mo' by Gary Brecher. [30.12.2014]

Gophers by TKO: Lessons from Lebanon by Gary Brecher. [30.12.2014]

A Hezbollah Upon All of Thee! by Gary Brecher. [29.12.2014]

The War Nerd: America's Problem: No Dong by Gary Brecher. [28.12.2014]

Celaya: Machismo vs. Overlapping Fields of Fire by Gary Brecher. [26.12.2014]

Massacres, Babies and Nukes by Gary Brecher. [26.12.2014]

Mexican Military Might! by Gary Brecher. [26.12.2014]

Fighting Terror with Kleenex by Gary Brecher. [26.12.2014]

This Ain't 1864, Bush Ain't Lincoln, We Ain't Winnin' by Gary Brecher. [26.12.2014]

Women at War & in Drag by Gary Brecher. [26.12.2014]

Trading Places: Liberia's Pompous Slaves by Gary Brecher. [26.12.2014]

Arise, Ye Danes! by Gary Brecher. [26.12.2014]

2006 War Preview: Year of the Sequel by Gary Brecher. [26.12.2014]

The Japanese Red Army: How Little We Knew Ye by Gary Brecher. [26.12.2014]

The 90s: We Watched the Wrong Wars by Gary Brecher. [26.12.2014]

Happy 100th to an Unloved War by Gary Brecher. [26.12.2014]

IEDs: The Lazy Man's Insurgency by Gary Brecher. [26.12.2014]

Southern Thailand: The Long Grind by Gary Brecher. [26.12.2014]

Less Is Mauritania: You Want Anarchy? by Gary Brecher. [25.12.2014]

American Nationalism: Extinct Since Desert One by Gary Brecher. [25.12.2014]

Victor Hanson: Portrait of an American Traitor by Gary Brecher. [25.12.2014]

Nerf War and Real War: IRA vs. Al Qaeda by Gary Brecher. [25.12.2014]

Massacres Paid Your Mortgage, Dude by Gary Brecher. [25.12.2014]

Putin's Congo Roast by Gary Brecher. [25.12.2014]

Mister Big Unplugged by Gary Brecher. [25.12.2014]

Iraq: Guerrilla Evolution by Gary Brecher. [25.12.2014]

Why Can't I Enjoy the Eastern Front? by Gary Brecher. [25.12.2014]

Glory to the Turks! by Gary Brecher. [25.12.2014]

A Sea of Rusting Tanks by Gary Brecher. [12.12.2014]

Lebanon II: Hezbollah-Boom! by Gary Brecher. [12.12.2014]

Lebanon: The Enemy of My Enemy Is Dead by Gary Brecher. [12.12.2014]

Togo's Lo-Cal Coup by Gary Brecher. [12.12.2014]

Super War Preview: The Iranian Suicide Bombers Vs. The American Crusaders by Gary Brecher. [12.12.2014]

Kargil War as Ice Capades by Gary Brecher. [12.12.2014]

The 2004 Quagmire Bowl!: Iraq Vs. Chechnya by Gary Brecher. [12.12.2014]

Iraq: The Brecher Victory Plan! by Gary Brecher. [12.12.2014]

Biafra: Killer Cessnas and Crazy Swedes by Gary Brecher. [12.12.2014]

Dying for A Job with the ING by Gary Brecher. [12.12.2014]

Beslan: The Sick Sense by Gary Brecher. [10.12.2014]

Shi'ite! Holy Shi'ite! by Gary Brecher. [10.12.2014]

Ossetia: Great Danes and Great Russians by Gary Brecher. [10.12.2014]

Fallujah 2: Bush Bushwhacks the Marines by Gary Brecher. [10.12.2014]

Fallujah I: The Gaza Strip Snap-On Kit by Gary Brecher. [10.12.2014]

Torture & Truth by Gary Brecher. [10.12.2014]

Saudi Terror: Some Killing, Some Lunch... by Gary Brecher. [10.12.2014]

Darfur: A Whole New Hell by Gary Brecher. [10.12.2014]

RPG vs. M1 by Gary Brecher. [10.12.2014]

Most Valuable Weapon: the RPG by Gary Brecher. [10.12.2014]

It's Not Nam, But It'll Do by Gary Brecher. [10.12.2014]

Qadafi: Buckles, Size XXXL by Gary Brecher. [10.12.2014]

War Nerd vs. the World by Gary Brecher. [10.12.2014]

Basques My Ass! by Gary Brecher. [10.12.2014]

Haiti 2: the Rerun by Gary Brecher. [10.12.2014]

A Special War Nerd by Gary Brecher. [09.12.2014]

The Big Hate by Gary Brecher. [08.12.2014]

The 2003 Claymore Awards: Thank You, God by Gary Brecher. [08.12.2014]

A Body-Count Xmas by Gary Brecher. [08.12.2014]

Burundi: Heightism Rears Its Ugly Head by Gary Brecher. [08.12.2014]

The War Nobody Watched by Gary Brecher. [08.12.2014]

Ukraine vs. Russia: Get Off My Mudflat! by Gary Brecher. [08.12.2014]

Afghanistan: What Went Right? by Gary Brecher. [08.12.2014]

The French by Gary Brecher. [08.12.2014]

Albania: Great and Greater by Gary Brecher. [08.12.2014]

Corsica: Beware of Scooters by Gary Brecher. [08.12.2014]

You Pussies! by Gary Brecher. [08.12.2014]

Shining Path - the Comeback Tour by Gary Brecher. [08.12.2014]

Iraq: the "Duh!" Theory by Gary Brecher. [08.12.2014]

Sri Lanka: Terrorists with an Air Force by Gary Brecher. [08.12.2014]

Please Don't Eat the Pygmies by Gary Brecher. [08.12.2014]

Aceh vs. the Borg by Gary Brecher. [08.12.2014]

Burma: They Ain't Like Us by Gary Brecher. [08.12.2014]

Syria: Plenty of Nuthin' by Gary Brecher. [08.12.2014]

Lynch Mobs and Apaches by Gary Brecher. [07.12.2014]

Down We Go! by Gary Brecher. [07.12.2014]

MOAB: the Monster Truck of American Ordnance by Gary Brecher. [07.12.2014]

Congo: The War without Battles by Gary Brecher. [07.12.2014]

Algeria: The Psychos Will Inherit the Earth by Gary Brecher. [07.12.2014]

Berserkers with Red Stars: North Korean Scenarios by Gary Brecher. [07.12.2014]

Iraq: The Phoney War Continues by Gary Brecher. [07.12.2014]

Live from the Skeleton Coast by Gary Brecher. [07.12.2014]

U Sank My Carrier! by Gary Brecher. [07.12.2014]

Nepal: Peace, Love, Massacres by Gary Brecher. [07.12.2014]

Yemen: A Tough Zit to Pop by Gary Brecher. [07.12.2014]

The Big Show by Gary Brecher. [07.12.2014]

The War-Se, The Better by Gary Brecher. [07.12.2014]

It's D-Day in Zalambessa by Gary Brecher. [07.12.2014]

Future War: Hi-Tech Toys vs. Fanged Vermin by Gary Brecher. [07.12.2014]

Make America Roman by Gary Brecher. [07.12.2014]

Colombia: A Hundred Years of Slaughtertude by Gary Brecher. [05.12.2014]

Spain vs. Morocco: Two Muppets Du Iwo Jima by Gary Brecher. [05.12.2014]

Iraq 2: Here Comes the Dumb-Ass Sequel by Gary Brecher. [05.12.2014]

What's a Chechen? by Gary Brecher. [05.12.2014]

Onward Christian Soldiers by Gary Brecher. [05.12.2014]

Fag vs. Fag: the India-Pakistan Phoney War by Gary Brecher. [05.12.2014]

Tom Clancy Is Not One of Us by Gary Brecher. [05.12.2014]

Israelis on Wheels! by Gary Brecher. [05.12.2014]

Meet the War Nerd by Gary Brecher. [05.12.2014]

A War Nerd Thanksgiving: All You Drunks, Be Thankful You're Not in Kuwait by Gary Brecher. [04.12.2014]

The War Nerd: Why Sherman Was Right to Burn Atlanta by Gary Brecher. [04.12.2014]

The War Nerd: "Martyrdom" - What's the Payoff? by Gary Brecher. [04.12.2014]

The War Nerd: Farewell Islamic State, We Hardly Knew Ye by Gary Brecher. [04.12.2014]

The War Nerd: Crunching Numbers on Kobane by Gary Brecher. [03.12.2014]

The War Nerd: How Do You Deal with Wannabe Jihadis? An Upgrade to Business Class by Gary Brecher. [03.12.2014]

The War Nerd: Nobody Could Have Predicted Islamic State's Retreat from Kobane (Except Me) by Gary Brecher. [03.12.2014]

The War Nerd: Technology, Culture Wars & Jihad by Gary Brecher. [03.12.2014]

The War Nerd: Islamic State Is Sulking on the Edge of Baghdad by Gary Brecher. [03.12.2014]

The War Nerd: Let's Put Islamic State's Menacing Advance into Perspective by... Looking at a Map by Gary Brecher. [03.12.2014]

The War Nerd: Bombs Away in the Middle East! But Why Is Israel So Quiet? by Gary Brecher. [03.12.2014]

The War Nerd: The Day After 9/11 by Gary Brecher. [03.12.2014]

The War Nerd: The Long, Twisted History of Beheadings as Propaganda by Gary Brecher. [03.12.2014]

Vocativ's Ridiculous I.S.I.S. Story Fails to Mention the Company's Deep Links to Israeli Intelligence by Gary Brecher. [03.12.2014]

I.S.I.S. and the Western Media: Groping Each Other in Public Like a Kardashian Thanksgiving by Gary Brecher. [03.12.2014]

The War Nerd: World Cup vs. Jihad by Gary Brecher. [03.12.2014]

From Najran to Bangkok to Las Vegas: My Time with NSFWCORP by Gary Brecher. [03.12.2014]

War Nerd: What's Happening in Eastern Ukraine Is Very Simple, Rational, and Straightforward by Gary Brecher. [02.12.2014]

The War Nerd: Iran Is Building a "Fake" Aircraft Carrier? How Can You Tell? by Gary Brecher. [02.12.2014]

The War Nerd: China, Vietnam, and Naval Nerf Wars by Gary Brecher. [02.12.2014]

The War Nerd: Who Exactly Are the Jihadis (and Why Aren't There More of Them)? by Gary Brecher. [02.12.2014]

The War Nerd: Everything You Know About Crimea Is Wrong(-er) by Gary Brecher. [02.12.2014]

The War Nerd: Driverless Trucks Can't Mask the US Military's Problem with Insurgent Warfare by Gary Brecher. [02.12.2014]

The War Nerd: Google's Big New Dog by Gary Brecher. [02.12.2014]

War Nerd: The Long, Sleazy History Behind a Googler's "Nonviolent Militia" by Gary Brecher. [02.12.2014]

The War Nerd: Mo Cattle and Oil, Mo Problems in South Sudan by Gary Brecher. [01.12.2014]

The War Nerd: Saudis, Syria, and "Blowback" by Gary Brecher. [01.12.2014]

The War Nerd: United Drones of Congo by Gary Brecher. [01.12.2014]

Congo: All the Creeps Are Cheering by Gary Brecher. [01.12.2014]

The Stranger Stranger by Gary Brecher. [01.12.2014]

The C.A.R.: The Tide Comes in from the North by Gary Brecher. [01.12.2014]

Embattled "Marine Entrepreneurs" Pray for Longer Shutdown by Gary Brecher. [01.12.2014]

Elizabeth O'Bagy: Human Resource by Gary Brecher. [01.12.2014]

Jihad Vs The Shopping Mall by Gary Brecher. [01.12.2014]

The Saudi Dirty Dozen and Jihadi as Risk Disposal by Gary Brecher. [01.12.2014]

Little Kerry and the Three Bad Options by Gary Brecher. [01.12.2014]

Kerry's Chem Speech: Old-School Empire by Gary Brecher. [30.11.2014]

The War Nerd: George Vs. Al Qaeda by Gary Brecher. [30.11.2014]

The War Nerd: ATOP Recruiting and The Greatest Admiral in World History by Gary Brecher. [30.11.2014]

El War Nerd en Mexico by Gary Brecher. [30.11.2014]

The War Nerd: Who Killed Gilgit? by Gary Brecher. [30.11.2014]

The War Nerd: Land of the Flies by Gary Brecher. [30.11.2014]

The War Nerd: Turkey's Good, Healthy Riots by Gary Brecher. [30.11.2014]

The War Nerd: The Diary of Adam Gurowski by Gary Brecher. [30.11.2014]

I Heart Syria by Gary Brecher. [30.11.2014]

War Nerd: Our Ringers vs. Your Ringers by Gary Brecher. [30.11.2014]

The War Nerd: Dead Center by Gary Brecher. [30.11.2014]

Boston Bomb Speculation: Why Wait? by Gary Brecher. [30.11.2014]

The War Nerd: North Korea, Wish Mao Were Here by Gary Brecher. [30.11.2014]

War Nerd: The Cheery, Ordinary World of Fascism by Annibale. Introduction by Gary Brecher. [30.11.2014]

The War Nerd: Syria's Bloodiest Home Videos by Gary Brecher. [30.11.2014]

Nigeria's Inevitable Mess: The War Nerd by Gary Brecher. [30.11.2014]

The War Nerd: It Ain't Easy Being a Jihadi Middle Manager by Gary Brecher. [30.11.2014]

The Old Cuntry: There's Method to America's Mealymouthed Madness by Gary Brecher. [30.11.2014]

The War Nerd: Grim News from Quetta, Silence From The American Left by Gary Brecher. [30.11.2014]

George Ruggiu, Genocidal Prince of Dorkness by Gary Brecher. [30.11.2014]

Glenn Greenwald Vs. The War Nerd by Gary Brecher. [30.11.2014]

The War Nerd: There's Something About Mali by Gary Brecher. [30.11.2014]

The War Nerd's Twelve Days of 1812 Day Ten: The Battle of New Orleans (How Andy Jackson Turned Wellington's Brother-in-Law into Red Mist) by Gary Brecher. [30.11.2014]

The War Nerd's Twelve Days of 1812 Day Nine: Invading Canada, The Hull Horrible Truth by Gary Brecher. [30.11.2014]

The War Nerd's Twelve Days of 1812 Day Eight (Sorta): Lake Fight! by Gary Brecher. [30.11.2014]

The War Nerd's Twelve Days of 1812 Day Seven: Tecumseh's Fall by Gary Brecher. [30.11.2014]

The War Nerd's Twelve Days of 1812 Day Six: Tecumseh's War Part I by Gary Brecher. [30.11.2014]

The War Nerd's Twelve Days of 1812 Day Five: Rhode Island, The Little State that Wouldn't by Gary Brecher. [29.11.2014]

The War Nerd's Twelve Days of 1812 Day Four: The Wimpy So-Called Burning of Washington by Gary Brecher. [29.11.2014]

The War Nerd's Twelve Days of 1812 Day Three: Bladensburg - Too Much Geography, Too Many Cooks by Gary Brecher. [29.11.2014]

The War Nerd's Twelve Days of 1812 Day Two: War, Because We Wanted To by Gary Brecher. [29.11.2014]

The War Nerd's Twelve Days of 1812 Day One: Badass French and Loudmouth Canucks by Gary Brecher. [29.11.2014]

The War Nerd: Syria's Fractal War, Playing Out on Every Scale by Gary Brecher. [29.11.2014]

Congo: A Tutsi Empire, Interrupted Once Again by Do-Gooders by Gary Brecher. [29.11.2014]

The War Nerd: Lucian Truscott IV Is Four Times as Stupid as Israel, and Israel Is Pretty Fucking Stupid by Gary Brecher. [29.11.2014]

Gaza: No Way. Just. Plain. Nope. by Gary Brecher. [29.11.2014]

The War Nerd: The Duke of Petraeus Effect by Gary Brecher. [29.11.2014]

War Nerd: Hafiz Saeed Is Here All Week by Gary Brecher. [29.11.2014]

The War Nerd: Holiday Inn-surrection by Gary Brecher. [29.11.2014]

The War Nerd: Shi'a Me by Gary Brecher. [29.11.2014]

War Nerd: The Syrian Boot by Gary Brecher. [29.11.2014]

War Nerd: The Worst Thing about Drones by Gary Brecher. [29.11.2014]

The War Nerd: The Drone of Morality by Gary Brecher. [29.11.2014]

The War Nerd: Cleanse Thy Neighbor by Gary Brecher. [29.11.2014]

Were-Sikhs of London by Gary Brecher. [28.11.2014]

Camp Bastion - The Movie by Gary Brecher. [28.11.2014]

The War Nerd: The Price on Your Head by Gary Brecher. [28.11.2014]

The War Nerd: The Innocence of Cindy Lee by Gary Brecher. [27.11.2014]

Beverly Hills Coptic by Gary Brecher. [27.11.2014]

The War Nerd: Obama's Wars by Gary Brecher. [27.11.2014]

The War Nerd: Like It or Not, What's Happening in Iraq Right Now Is Part of a Rational Process by Gary Brecher. [27.11.2014]

The War Nerd: Here's Everything You Need to Know About "Too Extreme for Al Qaeda" I.S.I.S. by Gary Brecher. [27.11.2014]

David Bret (1/0)

Morrissey: Landscapes of the Mind: A Biography by David Bret. [18.04.2011 - Embarrassingly sycophantic.]

Jean Bricmont[1] (1/0)

Fashionable Nonsense: Postmodern Intellectuals' Abuse of Science by Alan Sokal and Jean Bricmont.[1] [06.05.2010]

Bríet Bjarnhéðinsdóttir[1] (0/1)

Fyrirlestur um hagi og réttindi kvenna eftir Bríeti Bjarnhéðinsdóttur. [18.12.2012 - Haldinn í Reykjavík 30. des. 1887, fyrsti fyrirlestur kvennmanns á Íslandi.]

Emma Brockes[1] (0/1)

The Greatest Intellectual? Noam Chomsky Interviewed by Emma Brockes. [23.02.2016]

Fawn M. Brodie[1] (1/0)

No Man Knows My History: The Life of Joseph Smith the Mormon Prophet by Fawn M. Brodie.[1] [06.02.2017]

Emily Brontë[1] (1/0)

Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë.[1]

David Brooks[1] (0/1)

The Governing Cancer of Our Time by David Brooks. [06.11.2016]

David Brooks[1] (0/1)

Blue by David Brooks.

Frederick P. Brooks, Jr.[1] (1/0)

The Mythical Man-Month: 20th Anniversary Edition by Frederick P. Brooks, Jr..[1] [25.07.2008 - A book about managing software engineering, written in 1975, updated for 1995. Not particularly stunning, but that may well be because its ideas have so thoroughly seeped into the mainstream (well, software engineering mainstream, anyway).]

Mark Brooks[1] (0/4)

Uncanny X-Force: The Dark Angel Saga, Book 1 by Nick Spencer and Rick Remender. Illustrated by Barry Kitson, Billy Tan, Carmine Di Giandomenico, Mark Brooks, Richard Elson, and Scot Eaton. [14.04.2014]

Uncanny X-Force 13: The Dark Angel Saga Chapter 03: My World Won't Stop Without You by Rick Remender. Illustrated by Mark Brooks and Scot Eaton.[1] [14.04.2014]

Uncanny X-Force 12: The Dark Angel Saga Chapter 02: Interruptions by Rick Remender. Illustrated by Mark Brooks.[1] [14.04.2014]

Uncanny X-Force 11: The Dark Angel Saga Chapter 01: Journey to the Age of Apocalypse by Rick Remender. Illustrated by Mark Brooks.[1] [14.04.2014]

Terry Brooks[1] (4/0)

Magic Kingdom for Sale - SOLD! by Terry Brooks.[1]

The Elfstones of Shannara by Terry Brooks.[1]

The Sword of Shannara by Terry Brooks.[1]

The Wishsong of Shannara by Terry Brooks.[1]

Dee Brown[1] (1/0)

Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee by Dee Brown.[1]

Fredric Brown[1] (0/1)

Answer by Fredric Brown. Preface by David Drake. Afterword by Jim Baen. [03.03.2017]

James Brown (0/1)

When Mark Met Nick & Shane: Three Horsemen of the Apocalypse by James Brown and Sean O'Hagan. [05.06.2015]

Jeffrey Brown (0/1)

These Things, These Things by Jeffrey Brown. [22.05.2014]

Sarah Brown[1] (0/1)

Everyday Sexism by Laura Bates. Foreword by Sarah Brown.[1] [15.02.2016]

Robert Browning[1] (0/1)

Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came by Robert Browning. [13.10.2011 - Cuthbert! The Dark Tower!]

Susan Brownmiller[1] (1/0)

Against Our Will: Men, Women, and Rape by Susan Brownmiller.[1] [30.11.2013]

Ivan Brunetti[1] (0/3)

My Bumbling, Corpulent Mass by Ivan Brunetti. [24.05.2014]

Six Things I Like About My Girlfriend by Ivan Brunetti. [22.05.2014]

The Horror of Simply Being Alive by Ivan Brunetti. [20.05.2014]

John Brunner[1] (2/0)

Stand on Zanzibar by John Brunner.[1]

The Sheep Look Up by John Brunner.[1]

Steven Brust[1] (21/7)

The Viscount of Adrilankha Book Three: Sethra Lavode by Steven Brust.[1] [12.02.2016]

The Viscount of Adrilankha Book Two: The Lord of Castle Black by Steven Brust.[1] [30.01.2016]

The Viscount of Adrilankha Book One: The Paths of the Dead by Steven Brust.[1] [04.01.2016]

Five Hundred Years After by Steven Brust.[1] [25.12.2015]

The Phoenix Guards by Steven Brust.[1] [02.12.2015; ]

Brokedown Palace by Steven Brust.[1] [23.11.2015]

To Reign in Hell by Steven Brust.[1] [18.11.2015]

Hawk by Steven Brust.[1] [09.11.2015]

Tiassa by Steven Brust.[1] [04.11.2015]

Iorich by Steven Brust.[1] [03.11.2015]

Jhegaala by Steven Brust.[1] [01.11.2015]

Dzur by Steven Brust.[1] [29.10.2015]

Issola by Steven Brust.[1] [28.10.2015]

Dragon by Steven Brust.[1] [28.10.2015]

Orca by Steven Brust.[1] [26.10.2015]

Athyra by Steven Brust.[1] [25.10.2015]

Phoenix by Steven Brust.[1] [21.10.2015; ]

Taltos by Steven Brust.[1] [20.10.2015; ]

Teckla by Steven Brust.[1] [19.10.2015; ]

Yendi by Steven Brust.[1] [18.10.2015; ]

Jhereg by Steven Brust.[1] [17.10.2015; ]


When the Bow Breaks by Steven Brust. [19.12.2016]

Calling Pittsburgh by Steven Brust. [19.12.2016]

A Dream of Passion by Steven Brust. [21.10.2015]

Fireworks in the Rain by Steven Brust. [18.10.2015]

The Desecrator by Steven Brust. [18.10.2015]

Paarfirotica by Steven Brust. [18.10.2015]

Shadow of the Therapist by Steven Brust. [18.10.2015]

Gregor Brück (0/1)

Ágsborgarjátningin eftir Philipp Melanchthon. Formáli eftir Gregor Brück. [28.03.2012]

Brynhildur Björnsdóttir (1/0)

Fáðu já! Stuttmynd um mörkin milli ofbeldis og kynlífs: Leiðarvísir fyrir starfsfólk grunnskóla eftir Brynhildi Björnsdóttur, Pál Óskar Hjálmtýsson og Þórdísi Elvu Þorvaldsdóttur. [30.01.2013]

Bill Bryson[1] (7/0)

Notes from a Big Country by Bill Bryson.[1] [14.09.2011]

A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson.[1] [10.09.2009]

Neither Here nor There: Travels in Europe by Bill Bryson.[1] [05.06.2009]

The Lost Continent: Travels in Small Town America by Bill Bryson.[1] [01.06.2009]

Made in America: An Informal History of the English Language in the United States by Bill Bryson.[1] [24.04.2009]

Mother Tongue: The English Language by Bill Bryson.[1] [22.04.2009]

Shakespeare: The World as a Stage by Bill Bryson.[1] [15.05.2008 - My first Bryson. He seems like someone who could write an interesting book on any subject. Must read more.]

Lewis Bryson (0/1)

It's the Little Things that Count by Lewis Bryson. [08.03.2017]

Eileen Buckholtz[1] (1/0)

Micro Adventure I: Space Attack by Eileen Buckholtz and Ruth Glick.[1]

Mark Buckingham (0/1)

Batman: Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader? with Other Tales of the Dark Knight by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Andy Kubert, Bernie Mireault, Mark Buckingham, Mike Hoffman, and Simon Bisley.[1] [30.04.2012]

Andy Budd (1/0)

CSS Mastery: Advanced Web Standards Solutions by Andy Budd, Cameron Moll, and Simon Collison. [30.04.2008 - Technical stuff for work.]

Búi Kristjánsson (0/2)

Laxdæla: Íslensk fjölskyldusaga - II. Hluti myndskreytt af Búa Kristjánssyni. [31.03.2009]

Laxdæla: Íslensk fjölskyldusaga - I. Hluti myndskreytt af Búa Kristjánssyni. [24.02.2009]

Mikhail Bulgakov[1] (6/3)

The White Guard by Mikhail Bulgakov. Epilogue by Victor Nekrasov. Translated by Michael Glenny.[1] [09.04.2017]

Notes on the Cuff by Mikhail Bulgakov. Translated by Alison Rice. [17.02.2015]

A Country Doctor's Notebook by Mikhail Bulgakov.[1]

Hundshjarta eftir Mikhail Bulgakov. Þýtt af Ingibjörgu Haraldsdóttur.[1]

Meistarinn og Margaríta eftir Mikhail Bulgakov. Þýtt af Ingibjörgu Haraldsdóttur.[1]

Örlagaeggin eftir Mikhail Bulgakov. Þýtt af Ingibjörgu Haraldsdóttur.[1]


The Master and Margarita by Andrzey Klimowski and Danusia Schejbal. Adapted from Mikhail Bulgakov. [06.05.2015]

In the Café by Mikhail Bulgakov. Translated by Sidney Eric Dement. [21.10.2011]

Future Prospects by Mikhail Bulgakov. Translated by Sidney Eric Dement. [21.10.2011]

Emma Bull[1] (0/2)

A Few Words of Welcome and Celebration from the Publisher by Emma Bull. [04.01.2016]

Danceland by Emma Bull and Will Shetterly.

Catherine Buni (0/1)

The Unsafety Net: How Social Media Turned Against Women by Catherine Buni and Soraya Chemaly. [09.10.2014]

John Bunyan[1] (1/0)

The Pilgrim's Progress from This World to That Which Is to Come by John Bunyan.[1] [16.07.2015]

Julie Burchill[1] (0/1)

Germs by Julie Burchill and Tony Parsons.

Anthony Burgess[1] (1/0)

A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess.[1]

Rich Burlew[1] (10/0)

How the Paladin Got His Scar by Rich Burlew. [16.05.2017]

Spoiler Alert Starring Therkla by Rich Burlew. [25.06.2015]

Haleo & Julelan: A StickTales Story by Rich Burlew. [15.08.2013]

Uncivil Servant Starring Belkar Bitterleaf by Rich Burlew. [22.02.2013]

The Order of the Stick 3: War and XPs by Rich Burlew.[1] [17.07.2012]

The Order of the Stick D: Snips, Snails, and Dragon Tales by Rich Burlew.[1] [14.07.2012]

The Order of the Stick -1: Start of Darkness by Rich Burlew.[1]

The Order of the Stick: On the Origin of PCs by Rich Burlew.[1]

The Order of the Stick 1: Dungeon Crawlin' Fools by Rich Burlew.[1]

The Order of the Stick 2: No Cure for the Paladin Blues by Rich Burlew.[1]

Dean Burnett (0/1)

Women in Science: Know Your Limits! by Dean Burnett. [22.03.2013]

Frances Hodgson Burnett[1] (1/0)

The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett.[1]

Zaron Burnett III (0/1)

A Gentlemen's Guide to Rape Culture by Zaron Burnett III. [07.01.2016]

Charles Burns (0/1)

Black Hole (Excerpt) by Charles Burns. [24.05.2014]

Robert Burns[1] (0/2)

Nine Inch Will Please a Lady [...] by Robert Burns. [14.11.2012]

Cock Up Your Beaver by Robert Burns. [14.11.2012]

William Burroughs[1] (4/1)

Cities of the Red Night by William Burroughs.[1]

Interzone by William Burroughs.[1]

Junkie by William Burroughs.[1]

Naked Lunch by William Burroughs.[1]


Thanksgiving Prayer by William Burroughs. [25.08.2014]

Tim Burton[1] (1/0)

The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy & Other Stories by Tim Burton.[1]

Vannevar Bush[1] (0/1)

As We May Think by Vannevar Bush.[1] [31.08.2015]

Pascal Bussy (1/0)

Kraftwerk: Man, Machine and Music by Pascal Bussy.

Dino Buzzatti (0/1)

The Falling Girl by Dino Buzzatti. Translated by Lawrence Venuti.

A. S. Byatt[1] (1/3)

Possession by A. S. Byatt.[1]


A Blink of the Screen: Collected Shorter Fiction by Terry Pratchett. Foreword by A. S. Byatt.[1] [08.02.2014]

A Magus of the North by A. S. Byatt. [27.09.2013]

Sea Story by A. S. Byatt. [23.03.2013]

David Byrne[1] (1/3)

How Music Works by David Byrne.[1] [27.06.2017]


A Tangled Web We Weave by David Byrne. [20.11.2013]

'The internet will suck all creative content out of the world' by David Byrne. [14.10.2013]

If the 1% stifles New York's creative talent, I'm out of here by David Byrne. [07.10.2013]

John Byrne[1] (0/37)

The Uncanny X-Men 124: He Only Laughs When I Hurt! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.11.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 123: Listen - Stop Me If You've Heard It - but This One Will Kill You! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.11.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 122: Cry for the Children! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.11.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 121: Shoot-Out at the Stampede! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.11.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 120: Wanted: Wolverine! Dead or Alive! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.11.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 119: Twas the Night Before Christmas... by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.11.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 118: The Submergence of Japan by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.11.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 117: Psi War! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.11.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 116: To Save the Savage Land by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.11.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 115: Visions of Death! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.11.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 114: Desolation by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.11.2013]

X-Men 113: Showdown! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.11.2013]

X-Men 112: Magneto Triumphant! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.11.2013]

X-Men 111: Mindgames! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [02.11.2013]

X-Men 109: Home Are the Heroes! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [27.10.2013]

X-Men 108: Armageddon Now by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [27.10.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men: Days of Future Past by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Bob McLeod, John Byrne, and John Romita, Jr. [03.10.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 143: Demon by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.10.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 142: Mind Out of Time! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.10.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 141: Days of Future Past by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.10.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 140: Rage! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [02.10.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 139: ...Something Wicked This Way Comes! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [02.10.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 138: Elegy by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [02.10.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men: Dark Phoenix by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne. [07.09.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 137: The Fate of the Phoenix! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [07.09.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 136: Child of Light and Darkness! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [07.09.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 135: Dark Phoenix by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [07.09.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 134: Too Late, The Heroes! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [07.09.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 133: Wolverine: Alone! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [07.09.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 132: And Hellfire is Their Name! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [07.09.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 131: Run for Your Life! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [07.09.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 130: Dazzler by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [07.09.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 129: God Spare the Child... by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [07.09.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 128: The Action of the Tiger! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [07.09.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 127: The Quality of Hatred! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [07.09.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 126: How Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth...! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [07.09.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 125: There's Something Awful on Muir Island! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [07.09.2013]

Lord Byron[1] (0/1)

Fragment of a Novel by Lord Byron.[1] [29.02.2016]

Böðvar Guðmundsson[1] (0/1)

Hvað gerðist þá? Bókin um Mímlu, Múminsnáðann og Míu litlu eftir Tove Jansson. Þýtt af Böðvari Guðmundssyni.[1][2] [12.05.2016]

Heinrich Böll[1] (0/1)

The Laugher by Heinrich Böll. Translated by Leila Vennewitz.

Martin Cáceres (0/1)

Alan Moore's Magic Words by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Alfredo Torres, Juan Jose Ryp, Martin Cáceres, Sergo Bleda, and Vincente Cifuentes.[1] [08.10.2011]

John Caldwell[1] (0/1)

Guess What's Coming to Dinner?: The Extraterrestrial Etiquette Guide by Scott Fivelson. Illustrated by John Caldwell.

Italo Calvino[1] (0/4)

Why Read the Classics? by Italo Calvino. Translated by Patrick Creagh. [22.09.2014]

Daughters of the Moon by Italo Calvino. Translated by Martin McLaughlin. [22.09.2014]

The Distance of the Moon by Italo Calvino. [22.09.2014]

All at One Point by Italo Calvino. Translated by William Weaver.

Colin Campbell (0/1)

Abraham game makers believe they are in a fight with Satan by Colin Campbell. [30.03.2014]

Duncan Campbell[1] (0/1)

One Step Forward, Two Steps Back by Duncan Campbell.

Eddie Campbell (0/1)

From Hell: Being a Melodrama in Sixteen Parts by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Eddie Campbell.[1] [31.10.2011]

Ross Campbell[1] (5/0)

Wet Moon Book 5: Where All Stars Fail to Burn by Ross Campbell.[1] [18.07.2013]

Wet Moon Book 4: Drowned in Evil by Ross Campbell.[1] [17.07.2013]

Wet Moon Book 3: Further Realms of Fright by Ross Campbell.[1] [17.07.2013]

Wet Moon Book 2: Unseen Feet by Ross Campbell.[1] [16.07.2013]

Wet Moon Book 1: Feeble Wanderings by Ross Campbell.[1] [16.07.2013]

Roy Campbell (0/2)

Les Épaves by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by David Paul, Geoffrey Wagner, Kenneth O. Hanson, Roy Campbell, and William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

The Monster by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Roy Campbell. [02.07.2014]

C. T. Campion (0/1)

Out of My Life and Thought: An Autobiography by Albert Schweitzer. Postscript by Everett Skillings. Translated by C. T. Campion.[1] [05.04.2017]

Albert Camus[1] (1/0)

The Stranger by Albert Camus.[1]

Brad Canby (0/1)

Everything Can Be Beaten by Jhonen Vasquez. Illustrated by Brad Canby. [06.09.2011]

Thomas Cannon[1] (0/1)

Ancient and Modern Pederasty Investigated and Exemplify'd (Excerpt) by Thomas Cannon. [19.02.2015]

Karel Capek[1] (1/0)

War with the Newts by Karel Capek. Translated by David Wyllie.[1] [08.03.2017]

Gerald Caplan (0/1)

It Is, in Fact, Possible to Criticize Israel Without Being Anti-Semitic by Gerald Caplan. [25.01.2014]

Greg Capullo (0/2)

X-Force 24: Prisoners of Fate by Fabian Nicieza. Illustrated by Greg Capullo.[1] [16.08.2014]

Batman Volume 1: The Court of Owls by Scott Snyder. Illustrated by Greg Capullo. [24.01.2014]

Orson Scott Card[1] (4/1)

Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card.[1]

The Tales of Alvin Maker I: Seventh Son by Orson Scott Card.[1]

The Tales of Alvin Maker II: Red Prophet by Orson Scott Card.[1]

The Tales of Alvin Maker III: Prentice Alvin by Orson Scott Card.[1]


Unlikely Events by Orson Scott Card. [16.08.2013]

Joe Carducci[1] (0/2)

Narcorockcritocracy! by Joe Carducci.

The Thing of It and the King of Thing by Joe Carducci.

Peter Carey (0/1)

The Last Days of a Famous Mime by Peter Carey.

Belinda Carlisle[1] (1/0)

Lips Unsealed: A Memoir by Belinda Carlisle. [19.09.2015]

Pedro Carolino (1/0)

English as She Is Spoke; or A Jest in Sober Earnest by Pedro Carolino. Introduction by James Millington.[1] [23.04.2012]

Megan Carpentier (0/1)

Steubenville and the Misplaced Sympathy for Jane Doe's Rapists by Megan Carpentier. [19.03.2013]

Roy Carr[1] (0/1)

Another Sex Pistols Record (turns out to be the future of rock & roll) by Roy Carr.

Richard Carrier (0/1)

The Date of the Nativity in Luke: 6th ed., 2011 by Richard Carrier. [06.08.2014]

Lewis Carroll[1] (3/15)

Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There by Lewis Carroll.[1] [29.03.2017]

A Tangled Tale by Lewis Carroll. Illustrated by Arthur B. Frost.[1] [28.03.2017]

Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.[1] [28.03.2017]


Knot X: Chelsea Buns by Lewis Carroll. [28.03.2017]

Knot IX: A Serpent with Corners by Lewis Carroll. Illustrated by Arthur B. Frost. [28.03.2017]

Knot VIII: De Omnibus Rebus by Lewis Carroll. [28.03.2017]

Knot VII: Petty Cash by Lewis Carroll. Illustrated by Arthur B. Frost. [28.03.2017]

Knot VI: Her Radiancy by Lewis Carroll. Illustrated by Arthur B. Frost. [28.03.2017]

Knot V: Oughts and Crosses by Lewis Carroll. [28.03.2017]

Knot IV: The Dead Reckoning by Lewis Carroll. Illustrated by Arthur B. Frost. [28.03.2017]

Knot III: Mad Mathesis by Lewis Carroll. [28.03.2017]

Knot II: Eligible Apartments by Lewis Carroll. Illustrated by Arthur B. Frost. [27.03.2017]

Knot I: Excelsior by Lewis Carroll. Illustrated by Arthur B. Frost. [27.03.2017]

The Hunting of the Snark: An Agony in Eight Fits by Lewis Carroll. Illustrated by Henry Holiday.[1] [27.03.2017]

What the Tortoise Said to Achilles by Lewis Carroll.[1] [27.03.2017]

Der Jammerwoch by Lewis Carroll. Translated by Robert Scott. [18.04.2015]

Le Jaseroque by Lewis Carroll. Translated by Frank L. Warrin. [18.04.2015]

Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll.[1] [18.04.2015]

Ron Carslon (0/1)

Bigfoot Stole My Wife by Ron Carslon.

Don Carter (0/1)

Nemesis of the Unfinished by Clark Ashton Smith and Don Carter. [10.05.2017]

Jimmy Carter[1] (1/1)

Our Endangered Values: America's Moral Crisis by Jimmy Carter.[1] [15.08.2008 - Ex-president Jimmy Carter sounds like the nicest Christian you could ever hope to meet. He weds a deep evangelical faith (he went door to door and witnessed after he had been a U.S. senator) to a correct understanding of how science works, including the opinion that it is the best way to learn the truth about the world. He is obviously no fundamentalist, happily accepting evolution, the big bang, et. al. without his faith weakening ([T]he ancient authors of the Holy Scriptures were not experts on geology, biology, or cosmology, and were not blessed with the use of electron microscopes, carbon-dating techniques, or the Hubble telescope.). Apart from the existence of God, we disagree on only one issue he mentions in this book: abortion. Carter is "pro-life," but he has the moral vision to follow through the consequences of this position with wholly admirable principles: he supports sex education (abstinence as the first option, but with a candid discussion of birth control) and much stro]


Losing My Religion for Equality by Jimmy Carter. [15.01.2013]

Lin Carter (0/1)

Farewell to the Dreamlands: An Introduction by Lin Carter.

Tonya R. Carter (1/1)

Dragonlance Preludes II Volume One: Riverwind the Plainsman by Paul B. Thompson and Tonya R. Carter.[1]


The Exiles by Paul B. Thompson and Tonya R. Carter.

Raymond Carver (0/1)

Cathedral by Raymond Carver. [28.09.2014]

Mark Carwardine (1/0)

Last Chance to See by Douglas Adams and Mark Carwardine.[1]

Adolfo Bioy Casares[1] (0/1)

Esse Est Percipi by Adolfo Bioy Casares and Jorge Luis Borges. [25.06.2014]

John Cassidy[1] (0/1)

Donald Trump's Great Bait and Switch by John Cassidy. [16.11.2016]

Adolphe de Castro (0/2)

The Last Test by Adolphe de Castro and H. P. Lovecraft. [14.01.2015]

The Electric Executioner by Adolphe de Castro and H. P. Lovecraft. [11.01.2015]

Nick Cave[1] (2/1)

The Death of Bunny Munro by Nick Cave.[1] [10.12.2010]

And the Ass Saw the Angel by Nick Cave.[1]


The Gospel According to Mark introduction by Nick Cave.[1] [29.06.2011]

James Cawthorn (2/1)

A Caribbean Crisis by James Cawthorn and Michael Moorcock. [19.12.2014]

The Distant Suns by Michael Moorcock and Philip James.[1]


Kings in Darkness by James Cawthorn and Michael Moorcock.

Siv Cedering[1] (0/1)

Family Album by Siv Cedering.

Yuan Ch'iung-ch'iung[1] (0/1)

A Lover's Ear by Yuan Ch'iung-ch'iung. Translated by Howard Goldblatt.

Michael Chabon[1] (0/1)

Chronicle of the Last Emperor of Melniboné Volume 4: Duke Elric by Michael Moorcock. Foreword by Michael Chabon. Illustrated by Justin Sweet.[1] [12.07.2016]

Aditya Chakrabortty (0/1)

You're witnessing the death of neoliberalism – from within by Aditya Chakrabortty. [02.06.2016]

Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic[1] (0/1)

Why Do So Many Incompetent Men Become Leaders? by Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic. [28.06.2016; 26.09.2013]

Raymond Chandler (0/1)

The Simple Art of Murder by Raymond Chandler. [23.09.2014]

Ha-Joon Chang[1] (1/0)

23 Things They Don't Tell You About Capitalism by Ha-Joon Chang.[1] [04.02.2015]

Jung Chang[1] (1/0)

Wild Swans by Jung Chang.[1]

Andrew Chapman (1/0)

Clash of the Princes by Andrew Chapman and Martin Allen.[1]

Steve Chappell (0/1)

The Blink of a Wizard's Eye by Joel Rosenberg. Illustrated by Steve Chappell. [29.08.2017]

Charlotte Perkins Gilman[1] (0/1)

The Yellow Wall Paper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman.[1] [07.04.2017]

Geoffrey Chaucer[1] (0/3)

Complaint to My Lode-Sterre by Geoffrey Chaucer. [23.07.2015]

Complaint to My Mortal Foe by Geoffrey Chaucer. [23.07.2015]

Womanly Noblesse by Geoffrey Chaucer. [23.07.2015]

Howard Chaykin (1/0)

The Complete Bite Club by David Tischman and Howard Chaykin. Illustrated by David Hahn.[1] [13.08.2011]

Catherine Cheek (0/1)

She's Taking Her Tits to the Grave by Catherine Cheek. [07.02.2015]

Susan Wilff Chen (0/1)

The Street-Sweeping Show by Feng Jicai. Translated by Susan Wilff Chen.

Phyllis Chesler (0/1)

My Life of Hell in an Afghan Harem by Phyllis Chesler. [23.09.2013]

G. K. Chesterton[1] (0/1)

Love and Freindship and Other Early Works: A Collection of Juvenile Writings [...] by Jane Austen. Preface by G. K. Chesterton. [28.10.2016]

James Allan Cheyne (0/1)

On the Reception and Detection of Pseudo-Profound Bullshit by Derek J. Koehler, Gordon Pennycook, James Allan Cheyne, Jonathan A. Fugelsang, and Nathaniel Barr. [11.12.2015]

Margaret Cho[1] (0/1)

Sinner Takes All: A Memoir of Love and Porn by Tera Patrick with Carrie Borzillo. Foreword by Margaret Cho.[1] [29.07.2014]

Noam Chomsky[1] (20/35)

Secrets, Lies and Democracy by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky. [01.03.2017]

Keeping the Rabble in Line by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky. [27.02.2017]

The Prosperous Few and the Restless Many by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky. [26.02.2017]

Rethinking Camelot: JFK, the Vietnam War, and U.S. Political Culture by Noam Chomsky. [23.02.2017]

Counter-Revolutionary Violence: Bloodbaths in Fact and Propaganda by Edward S. Herman and Noam Chomsky. Preface by Richard A. Falk.[1] [06.05.2015]

Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media by Edward S. Herman and Noam Chomsky.[1] [12.11.2014]

Media Control: The Spectacular Achievements of Propaganda by Noam Chomsky. [07.06.2011]

Necessary Illusions: Thought Control in Democratic Societies by Noam Chomsky.[1] [31.12.2010]

Deterring Democracy by Noam Chomsky.[1] [05.12.2010]

Rogue States: The Rule of Force in World Affairs by Noam Chomsky. [29.11.2010]

The Umbrella of U.S. Power: The Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Contradictions of U.S. Policy by Noam Chomsky. [28.10.2010]

What Uncle Sam Really Wants by Noam Chomsky. [26.10.2010]

Middle East Illusions (including Peace in the Middle East? Reflections on Justice and Nationhood) by Noam Chomsky.[1] [28.08.2010]

Year 501: The Conquest Continues by Noam Chomsky. [14.04.2010]

The Chomsky Reader by Noam Chomsky. Edited by James Peck.[1] [08.04.2010]

American Power and the New Mandarins by Noam Chomsky.[1] [25.03.2010]

9-11 by Noam Chomsky.[1] [08.03.2010]

Failed States: The Abuse of Power and the Assault on Democracy by Noam Chomsky.[1] [18.11.2009]

Fateful Triangle: The United States, Israel and the Palestinians (Updated Version) by Noam Chomsky.[1] [24.10.2009]

What We Say Goes: Conversations on U.S. Power in a Changing World by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky. [18.01.2009]


Health Care by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky. [27.02.2017]

Reflections on Democracy by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky. [27.02.2017]

The Emerging Global Economic Order by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky. [27.02.2017]

Crime and Gun Control by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky. [27.02.2017]

Media, Knowledge, and Objectivity by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky. [27.02.2017]

Class by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky. [27.02.2017]

Race by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky. [26.02.2017]

They Don't Even Know That They Don't Know by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky. [26.02.2017]

The World Bank, GATT and Free Trade by David Barsamian and Noam Chomsky. [26.02.2017]

Turkey Continues to Muzzle Democracy's Watchdogs by Christophe Deloire and Noam Chomsky. [16.11.2015]

We Are All... Fill in the Blank by Noam Chomsky. [17.01.2015]

Business Elites Are Waging a Brutal Class War in America by Noam Chomsky. [15.10.2014]

Thinking Like Corporations Is Harming American Universities by Noam Chomsky. [09.10.2014]

America's Corporate Doctrine of Power a Grave Threat to Humanity by Noam Chomsky. [02.07.2014]

The Dangerous Rogue States Operating in the Mideast - U.S. and Israel by Noam Chomsky. [07.12.2013]

The Soviet Union Versus Socialism by Noam Chomsky. [10.11.2013]

Intelligent Design? by Noam Chomsky. [10.11.2013]

De-Americanizing the World by Noam Chomsky. [06.11.2013]

Middle East Terrorism and the American Ideological System by Noam Chomsky. [30.10.2013]

Hidden Power and Built Form: The Politics Behind the Architecture by Noam Chomsky. [28.10.2013]

The Obama Doctrine by Noam Chomsky. [08.10.2013]

Why the Israel-Palestine 'Negotiations' Are a Complete Farce by Noam Chomsky. [08.09.2013]

Three Models for the Description of Language by Noam Chomsky. [03.09.2013]

Fantasies by Noam Chomsky. [22.07.2013]

It's Not Radical Islam that Worries the US - It's Independence by Noam Chomsky. [20.06.2013]

The Imperial Way: American Decline in Perspective, Part 2 by Noam Chomsky. [29.05.2013]

"Losing" the World: American Decline in Perspective, Part 1 by Noam Chomsky. [29.05.2013]

Somebody Else's Atrocities by Noam Chomsky. [29.05.2013]

Plutonomy and the Precariat: On the History of the U.S. Economy in Decline by Noam Chomsky. [23.05.2013]

In Hiroshima's Shadow by Noam Chomsky. [22.05.2013]

Why America and Israel Are the Greatest Threats to Peace by Noam Chomsky. [22.05.2013]

The Week the World Stood Still: The Cuban Missile Crisis and Ownership of the World by Noam Chomsky. [13.05.2013]

Destroying the Commons: How the Magna Carta Became a Minor Carta by Noam Chomsky. [21.04.2013]

Violence and Dignity: Reflections on the Middle East by Noam Chomsky. [29.03.2013]

Can Civilization Survive Capitalism? by Noam Chomsky. [12.03.2013]

Chris Riddell[1] (0/4)

Nicholas Was... by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Chris Riddell. [25.12.2015]

Dark Sonnet by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Chris Riddell. [17.12.2015]

Babycakes by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Chris Riddell. [17.12.2015]

The Scorpio Boys in the City of Lux Sing Their Strange Songs by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Chris Riddell. [12.10.2015]

T. M. Christian (0/1)

The Masked Marauders by T. M. Christian.

Ulf Christiansson (0/1)

Rokk Hávaði Djöfulsins eða tónlist Guðs? eftir Thomas Arnroth. Inngangur eftir Ulf Christiansson. Þýtt af Fanny Kristínu Tryggvadóttur. [23.07.2013]

Agatha Christie[1] (2/0)

Ten Little Niggers by Agatha Christie.[1]

The Labours of Hercules by Agatha Christie.[1]

Greta Christina[1] (2/4)

Bending: Dirty Kinky Stories About Pain, Power, Religion, Unicorns, & More by Greta Christina. [06.08.2013]

Why Are You Atheists So Angry?: 99 Things That Piss Off the Godless by Greta Christina. [24.06.2012]


Comforting Thoughts About Death that Have Nothing to Do with God by Greta Christina. [08.09.2015]

Why should atheists have to show respect for religion? by Greta Christina. [31.03.2015]

The Armor of God, or, The Top One Reason Religion Is Harmful by Greta Christina. [08.08.2013]

Are We Having Sex Now or What? by Greta Christina.

Johnnie Christmas (0/1)

Angel Catbird by Margaret Atwood. Illustrated by Johnnie Christmas. [15.05.2017]

Scott Ciencin[1] (2/0)

The Avatar Trilogy Book One: Shadowdale by Scott Ciencin.[1]

The Avatar Trilogy Book Two: Tantras by Scott Ciencin.[1]

Vincente Cifuentes (0/1)

Alan Moore's Magic Words by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Alfredo Torres, Juan Jose Ryp, Martin Cáceres, Sergo Bleda, and Vincente Cifuentes.[1] [08.10.2011]

Maelo Cintron (0/1)

Star Challenge: Planets in Peril by Christopher Black. Illustrated by Maelo Cintron.

Carlo M. Cipolla (0/1)

The Basic Laws of Human Stupidity by Carlo M. Cipolla. [28.01.2015]

Tom Clancy (1/0)

The Hunt for Red October by Tom Clancy.[1]

Andrew Clapham (1/0)

Human Rights: A Very Short Introduction by Andrew Clapham.[1] [25.07.2009]

Chris Claremont[1] (2/56)

The Uncanny X-Men: Days of Future Past by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Bob McLeod, John Byrne, and John Romita, Jr. [03.10.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men: Dark Phoenix by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne. [07.09.2013]


The Uncanny X-Men 149: And the Dead Shall Bury the Living! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Josef Rubinstein.[1] [14.02.2015]

The Uncanny X-Men 148: Cry, Mutant! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [14.02.2015]

The Uncanny X-Men 147: Rogue Storm! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum and Josef Rubinstein.[1] [20.11.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 146: Murderworld! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum and Josef Rubinstein.[1] [17.11.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 145: Kidnapped! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum and Josef Rubinstein.[1] [17.11.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 144: Even in Death... by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Brent Anderson.[1] [17.11.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 124: He Only Laughs When I Hurt! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.11.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 123: Listen - Stop Me If You've Heard It - but This One Will Kill You! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.11.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 122: Cry for the Children! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.11.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 121: Shoot-Out at the Stampede! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.11.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 120: Wanted: Wolverine! Dead or Alive! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.11.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 119: Twas the Night Before Christmas... by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.11.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 118: The Submergence of Japan by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.11.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 117: Psi War! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.11.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 116: To Save the Savage Land by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.11.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 115: Visions of Death! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.11.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 114: Desolation by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.11.2013]

X-Men 113: Showdown! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.11.2013]

X-Men 112: Magneto Triumphant! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.11.2013]

X-Men 111: Mindgames! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [02.11.2013]

X-Men 110: The 'X'-Sanction by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Tony DeZuniga.[1] [28.10.2013]

X-Men 109: Home Are the Heroes! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [27.10.2013]

X-Men 108: Armageddon Now by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [27.10.2013]

X-Men 107: Where No X-Man Has Gone Before! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [27.10.2013]

X-Men 106: Dark Shroud of the Past! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [27.10.2013]

X-Men 105: Phoenix Unleashed! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [27.10.2013]

X-Men 104: The Gentleman's Name Is Magneto by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [22.10.2013]

X-Men 103: The Fall of the Tower by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [22.10.2013]

X-Men 102: Who Shall Stop the Juggernaut? by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [22.10.2013]

X-Men 101: Like a Phoenix from the Ashes by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [22.10.2013]

X-Men 100: Greater Love Hath No X-Man... by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [22.10.2013]

X-Men 99: Deathstar, Rising! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [21.10.2013]

X-Men 98: Merry Christmas, X-Men... The Sentinels Have Returned! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [17.10.2013]

X-Men 97: My Brother, My Enemy! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [17.10.2013]

X-Men 96: Night of the Demon! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [17.10.2013]

X-Men 95: Warhunt! by Chris Claremont and Len Wein. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [07.10.2013]

X-Men 94: The Doomsmith Scenario! by Chris Claremont and Len Wein. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [07.10.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 143: Demon by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.10.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 142: Mind Out of Time! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.10.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 141: Days of Future Past by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [03.10.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 140: Rage! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [02.10.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 139: ...Something Wicked This Way Comes! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [02.10.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 138: Elegy by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [02.10.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 137: The Fate of the Phoenix! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [07.09.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 136: Child of Light and Darkness! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [07.09.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 135: Dark Phoenix by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [07.09.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 134: Too Late, The Heroes! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [07.09.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 133: Wolverine: Alone! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [07.09.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 132: And Hellfire is Their Name! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [07.09.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 131: Run for Your Life! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [07.09.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 130: Dazzler by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [07.09.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 129: God Spare the Child... by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [07.09.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 128: The Action of the Tiger! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [07.09.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 127: The Quality of Hatred! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [07.09.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 126: How Sharper Than a Serpent's Tooth...! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [07.09.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 125: There's Something Awful on Muir Island! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by John Byrne.[1] [07.09.2013]

Colleen Clark[1] (0/1)

You Have Body Issues by Colleen Clark. [19.11.2016]

Arthur C. Clarke[1] (0/6)

The Deep Range by Arthur C. Clarke. [20.10.2014]

The Parasite by Arthur C. Clarke. [20.10.2014]

The Star by Arthur C. Clarke. [20.10.2014]

The Stroke of the Sun by Arthur C. Clarke. [20.10.2014]

Second Dawn by Arthur C. Clarke. [30.09.2014]

The Nine Billion Names of God by Arthur C. Clarke. [23.06.2014]

James Clavell[1] (6/1)

Gai-Jin by James Clavell.[1]

King Rat by James Clavell.[1]

Noble House by James Clavell.[1]

Shogun by James Clavell.[1]

Tai-Pan by James Clavell.[1]

Whirlwind by James Clavell.[1]


The Art of War by Sun Tzu. Translated by James Clavell.[1]

Beverly Cleary[1] (3/0)

Ramona the Pest by Beverly Cleary.[1]

Runaway Ralph by Beverly Cleary.[1]

The Mouse and the Motorcycle by Beverly Cleary.[1]

John Cleese (0/1)

Syria and Alert to Threats in Europe by John Cleese. [30.08.2013]

Brian Clegg[1] (1/0)

Ecologic: The Truth and Lies of Green Economics by Brian Clegg. [10.06.2012]

John Cleland[1] (1/0)

Fanny Hill; or, Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure by John Cleland.[1] [19.02.2015]

Jennifer Clement[1] (1/0)

Beðið fyrir brottnumdum eftir Jennifer Clement. Þýtt af Ingunni Snædal. [19.02.2016]

Brian Clevinger (1/0)

Skullkickers: Four Tavern Tales by Adam Warren, Brian Clevinger, Chris Sims, and Ray Fawkes. Illustrated by Jeff Cruz, Jim Zubkavich, Joe Vriens, and Scott Hepburn. [30.07.2012]

Ernest Cline[1] (1/1)

Ready Player One by Ernest Cline.[1] [31.10.2016]


Nerd Porn Auteur by Ernest Cline. [04.10.2016]

Becky Cloonan[1] (0/3)

American Virgin 3: Wet by Steven T. Seagle. Illustrated by Becky Cloonan and Jim Rugg.[1] [30.08.2011]

American Virgin 2: Going Down by Steven T. Seagle. Illustrated by Becky Cloonan.[1] [30.08.2011]

American Virgin 1: Head by Steven T. Seagle. Illustrated by Becky Cloonan.[1] [30.08.2011]

Joshua Clover (0/1)

Amanda Palmer's Accidental Experiment with Real Communism by Joshua Clover. [22.04.2013]

Daniel Clowes[1] (3/0)

Pussey! by Daniel Clowes.[1] [30.09.2011]

Ghost World by Daniel Clowes.[1] [20.09.2011]

David Boring by Daniel Clowes.[1] [31.08.2011]

Florence Earle Coates[1] (0/1)

The Gods Remember by Florence Earle Coates. [07.03.2015]

Dave Cockrum[1] (0/19)

The Uncanny X-Men 148: Cry, Mutant! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [14.02.2015]

The Uncanny X-Men 147: Rogue Storm! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum and Josef Rubinstein.[1] [20.11.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 146: Murderworld! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum and Josef Rubinstein.[1] [17.11.2013]

The Uncanny X-Men 145: Kidnapped! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum and Josef Rubinstein.[1] [17.11.2013]

X-Men 107: Where No X-Man Has Gone Before! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [27.10.2013]

X-Men 106: Dark Shroud of the Past! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [27.10.2013]

X-Men 105: Phoenix Unleashed! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [27.10.2013]

X-Men 104: The Gentleman's Name Is Magneto by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [22.10.2013]

X-Men 103: The Fall of the Tower by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [22.10.2013]

X-Men 102: Who Shall Stop the Juggernaut? by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [22.10.2013]

X-Men 101: Like a Phoenix from the Ashes by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [22.10.2013]

X-Men 100: Greater Love Hath No X-Man... by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [22.10.2013]

X-Men 99: Deathstar, Rising! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [21.10.2013]

X-Men 98: Merry Christmas, X-Men... The Sentinels Have Returned! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [17.10.2013]

X-Men 97: My Brother, My Enemy! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [17.10.2013]

X-Men 96: Night of the Demon! by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [17.10.2013]

X-Men 95: Warhunt! by Chris Claremont and Len Wein. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [07.10.2013]

X-Men 94: The Doomsmith Scenario! by Chris Claremont and Len Wein. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [07.10.2013]

Giant-Size X-Men 1: Second Genesis by Len Wein. Illustrated by Dave Cockrum.[1] [07.10.2013]

Paulo Coelho[1] (1/0)

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho.[1] [05.07.2009]

Ethan Coen[1] (1/1)

Gates of Eden: Stories by Ethan Coen.[1] [17.07.2009]


Election Thank You Notes by Ethan Coen. [12.11.2016]

J.M. Coetzee[1] (1/0)

Disgrace by J.M. Coetzee.[1] [21.03.2009]

Danny Cohen (0/1)

On Holy Wars and a Plea for Peace by Danny Cohen. [09.01.2013]

Nick Cohen (0/2)

The White Left Has Issued Its First Fatwa by Nick Cohen. [03.11.2016]

The Phantom Menace of Militant Atheism by Nick Cohen. [23.09.2014]

Nik Cohn[1] (0/2)

Be Happy! Don't Worry by Nik Cohn.

Classic Rock by Nik Cohn.

Samuel Taylor Coleridge[1] (0/1)

Kubla Khan by Samuel Taylor Coleridge.[1] [11.04.2016]

Colette (0/1)

The Other Wife by Colette. Translated by Matthew Ward.

Byron Coley[1] (0/1)

Tell Me When It's Over by Byron Coley.

David J. Collins[1] (0/1)

Georgetown University, Learning from Its Sins by David J. Collins. [01.09.2016]

Renaud Collins (0/1)

Skósveinar 1: Banana! eftir Didier Ah-koon. Myndskreytt af Renaud Collins. Þýtt af Braga Valdimar Skúlasyni. [30.07.2016]

Simon Collison (1/0)

CSS Mastery: Advanced Web Standards Solutions by Andy Budd, Cameron Moll, and Simon Collison. [30.04.2008 - Technical stuff for work.]

Bruce Colville (1/0)

Twilight #15: Spirits and Spells by Bruce Colville.

Joseph Conrad[1] (2/0)

Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad.[1]

Victory by Joseph Conrad.[1]

Peter Constantine (0/2)

Eastern Rain by Vladimir Nabokov. Translated by Dmitri Nabokov and Peter Constantine.

The Collected Stories by Vladimir Nabokov. Translated by Dmitri Nabokov, Hilda Ward, Peter Constantine, Peter Pertzov, and Simon Karlinsky.[1]

David Cook (1/0)

The Empires Trilogy Book One: Horselords by David Cook.[1]

John Cook (1/0)

The Debunking Handbook by John Cook and Stephan Lewandowsky. [01.12.2011]

Tonya Carter Cook (3/0)

Dragonlance Elven Nations Trilogy Volume One: Firstborn by Paul B. Thompson and Tonya Carter Cook.[1]

Dragonlance Elven Nations Trilogy Volume Three: The Qualinesti by Paul B. Thompson and Tonya Carter Cook.[1]

Dragonlance Preludes Volume One: Darkness and Light by Paul B. Thompson and Tonya Carter Cook.[1]

Caroline Coon[1] (0/1)

Rebels Against the System by Caroline Coon.

Stephanie Coontz[1] (0/1)

Why Gender Equality Stalled by Stephanie Coontz. [18.02.2013]

Dave Cooper[1] (6/0)

Underbelly: Additional Observations on the Beauty/Ugliness of Mostly Pillowy Girls by Dave Cooper. [27.01.2016]

Completely Pip and Norton by Dave Cooper.

Crumple: The Status of Knuckle by Dave Cooper.

Dan and Larry: In Don't Do That by Dave Cooper.

Ripple by Dave Cooper.

Suckle by Dave Cooper.

Marc Cooper (0/1)

The Last Defender of the American Republic?: An Interwiew with Gore Vidal by Marc Cooper. [06.11.2013]

Susan Cooper[1] (5/0)

Greenwitch by Susan Cooper.[1]

Over Sea, Under Stone by Susan Cooper.[1]

Silver on the Tree by Susan Cooper.[1]

The Dark Is Rising by Susan Cooper.[1]

The Grey King by Susan Cooper.[1]

Bruce R. Cordell[1] (1/0)

The Sunless Citadel by Bruce R. Cordell.[1] [19.11.2009]

Bernard Cornwell[1] (3/0)

Sharpe's Company by Bernard Cornwell.[1]

Sharpe's Eagle by Bernard Cornwell.[1]

Sharpe's Gold by Bernard Cornwell.[1]

Julio Cortázar (0/1)

Don't You Blame Anyone by Julio Cortázar. Translated by Alberto Manguel.

Bill Cosby (1/0)

Fatherhood by Bill Cosby.[1]

Charles Cotton[1] (0/1)

Essays by Michel de Montaigne. Edited by William Carew Hazlitt. Translated by Charles Cotton.[1] [07.06.2016]

Ann Coulter (0/1)

Any Growing Interest in Soccer a Sign of Nation's Moral Decay by Ann Coulter. [26.06.2014]

Kristi Coulter[1] (0/1)

Giving up alcohol opened my eyes to the infuriating truth about why women drink by Kristi Coulter. [22.08.2016]

Douglas Coupland[1] (2/0)

Microserfs by Douglas Coupland.[1] [27.08.2011]

Generation X: Tales for an Accelerated Culture by Douglas Coupland.[1]

Simona Covel (0/1)

Stop Selling Me Porn by Simona Covel. [15.03.2013]

Steve Cox (0/1)

Solaris by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Joanna Kilmartin and Steve Cox.[1] [26.12.2016]

Patricia Davidson Cran (0/1)

There's a Man in the Habit of Hitting Me on the Head with an Umbrella by Fernando Sorrentino. Translated by Norman Thomas di Giovanni and Patricia Davidson Cran.

Patrick Creagh (0/1)

Why Read the Classics? by Italo Calvino. Translated by Patrick Creagh. [22.09.2014]

Guido Crepax[1] (2/0)

Justine Part Two by Guido Crepax. Adapted from Marquis de Sade. [10.04.2014]

Justine Part One by Guido Crepax. Adapted from Marquis de Sade. [10.04.2014]

Michael Crichton (1/0)

The Eaters of the Dead by Michael Crichton.[1]

Robert X. Cringely[1] (0/1)

The U.S. Computer Industry Is Dying and I'll Tell You Exactly Who Is Killing It and Why by Robert X. Cringely. [25.06.2015]

Douglas Crockford[1] (1/12)

Javascript: The Good Parts by Douglas Crockford. [26.05.2014]


Top Down Operator Precedence by Douglas Crockford. [01.05.2015]

The Elements of JavaScript Style, Part One by Douglas Crockford. [01.05.2015]

JScript Memory Leaks by Douglas Crockford. [01.05.2015]

JavaScript and HTML Script Tags by Douglas Crockford. [01.05.2015]

Prototypal Inheritance in JavaScript by Douglas Crockford. [01.05.2015]

Classical Inheritance in JavaScript by Douglas Crockford. [01.05.2015]

Private Members in JavaScript by Douglas Crockford. [01.05.2015]

The Little JavaScripter by Douglas Crockford. [01.05.2015]

Code Conventions for the JavaScript Programming Language by Douglas Crockford. [29.04.2015]

A Survey of the JavaScript Programming Language by Douglas Crockford. [29.04.2015]

The World's Most Misunderstood Programming Language Has Become the World's Most Popular Programming Language by Douglas Crockford. [29.04.2015]

JavaScript: The World's Most Misunderstood Programming Language by Douglas Crockford. [29.04.2015]

Anna Helen Crofts (0/1)

Poetry and the Gods by H. P. Lovecraft with Anna Helen Crofts. [23.11.2014; ]

David Cronenberg[1] (1/0)

Consumed: A Novel by David Cronenberg.[1] [04.02.2016 - Ballard + William Gibson]

R. Crumb[1] (0/2)

Winta Wundaland by Aline Kominsky-Crumb and R. Crumb. [20.05.2014]

The Book of Genesis illustrated by R. Crumb.[1] [04.11.2009]

Sophie Crumb (0/1)

"Hey, Soph, Whazzup?" by Sophie Crumb. [20.05.2014]

Jeff Cruz (0/1)

Skullkickers: Four Tavern Tales by Adam Warren, Brian Clevinger, Chris Sims, and Ray Fawkes. Illustrated by Jeff Cruz, Jim Zubkavich, Joe Vriens, and Scott Hepburn. [30.07.2012]

Paul Csicsery (0/1)

Altamont, California by Paul Csicsery.

Mark Cummings (0/1)

Ripples in the Fabric of the Multiuniverse by Mark Cummings. [06.03.2017]

Denise Cummins[1] (0/1)

What Happens When You Believe in Ayn Rand and Modern Economic Theory by Denise Cummins. [23.02.2016]

Darryl Cunningham (0/1)

The Facts in the Case of Dr. Andrew Wakefield by Darryl Cunningham. [22.04.2013]

Michael Cunningham[1] (0/2)

Letter from the Pulitzer Fiction Jury, Part II: How to Define Greatness? by Michael Cunningham. [20.09.2016]

Letter from the Pulitzer Fiction Jury: What Really Happened This Year by Michael Cunningham. [20.09.2016]

Howard Curtis (0/1)

Elissa by Fawzi Mellah. Translated by Howard Curtis.

Philip Dadd[1] (0/1)

William Tell Told Again by P. G. Wodehouse with John W. Houghton. Illustrated by Philip Dadd.[1] [16.02.2015]

Dagur Hjartarson (0/1)

Þegar farið er að sjá fyrir endann á síðasta ástarsambandinu í Rvk eftir Dag Hjartarson. [10.06.2015]

Roald Dahl[1] (1/0)

The BFG by Roald Dahl. Illustrated by Quentin Blake.[1] [17.04.2017]

Francisco Dao (0/1)

The Trolls Have Won by Francisco Dao. [25.09.2013]

Charles Darwin[1] (1/0)

On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life by Charles Darwin. Introduction by Jeff Wallace.[1] [12.06.2017]

John Davey (0/1)

Elric: A New Reader's Guide by John Davey. [23.07.2016]

Davíð Oddsson[1] (1/9)

Nokkrir góðir dagar án Guðnýjar eftir Davíð Oddsson.[1] [18.03.2017]


Að loknum hádegisfréttum í mars 1986 eftir Davíð Oddsson. [18.03.2017]

Glæpur skekur Húsnæðisstofnun eftir Davíð Oddsson. [18.03.2017]

Aftan að ógnvaldinum í Kreml eftir Davíð Oddsson. [18.03.2017]

Saga úr skóla eftir Davíð Oddsson. [18.03.2017]

Nokkrir góðir dagar án Guðnýjar eftir Davíð Oddsson. [18.03.2017]

Innilokunarkennd í Moskvu eftir Davíð Oddsson. [18.03.2017]

Góði guð, gefðu mér tyggjó eftir Davíð Oddsson. [18.03.2017]

Erindi við gamlan vin eftir Davíð Oddsson. [18.03.2017]

Snúist til varnar Íslandi eftir Davíð Oddsson. [18.03.2017]

Davið Stefánsson (0/1)

Einn kemur þá annar fer eftir Davið Stefánsson. [21.11.2013]

Davíð Þór Jónsson[1] (0/1)

Nokkur þekkt dægurlög sem sonnettur by Davíð Þór Jónsson. [17.02.2016]

Peter David (1/0)

Marvel 1602: Fantastic Four by Peter David. Illustrated by Pascal Alixe.[1] [26.08.2013]

Paul Davidson (0/1)

Scarred by Doug Beyer. Illustrated by Mark Texeira, Paul Davidson, and Steve Prescott. [10.04.2016]

J. K. Davies (1/0)

Democracy and Classical Greece by J. K. Davies.[1]

Robertson Davies[1] (3/0)

The Lyre of Orpheus by Robertson Davies.[1]

The Rebel Angels by Robertson Davies.[1]

What's Bred in the Bone by Robertson Davies.[1]

Stephen Davis[1] (0/1)

At the Riot House by Stephen Davis.

Vanessa Davis (0/1)

Untitled Diary Strips by Vanessa Davis. [20.05.2014]

Al Davison (1/0)

The Spiral Cage: An Autobiography by Al Davison. [01.10.2010]

Richard Dawkins[1] (13/3)

Brief Candle in the Dark: My Life in Science by Richard Dawkins.[1] [21.01.2016]

An Appetite for Wonder: The Making of a Scientist by Richard Dawkins.[1] [22.02.2014]

The Magic of Reality: How We Know What's Really True by Richard Dawkins. Illustrated by Dave McKean.[1] [22.02.2014]

The Greatest Show on Earth: The Evidence for Evolution by Richard Dawkins.[1] [12.01.2010]

River Out of Eden: A Darwinian View of Life by Richard Dawkins.[1] [12.10.2008; ]

A Devil's Chaplain by Richard Dawkins.[1]

Climbing Mount Improbable by Richard Dawkins.[1]

The Ancestor's Tale by Richard Dawkins.[1]

The Blind Watchmaker by Richard Dawkins.[1]

The Extended Phenotype by Richard Dawkins.[1]

The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins.[1]

The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins.[1]

Unweaving the Rainbow by Richard Dawkins.[1]


Godless: How an Evangelical Preacher Became One of America's Leading Atheists by Dan Barker. Foreword by Richard Dawkins.[1] [10.07.2014]

Adversarial Journalism and The Selfish Gene by Richard Dawkins. [10.12.2013]

Growing Up in Ethology by Richard Dawkins. [13.01.2010]

Christopher de Bellaigue[1] (0/1)

Welcome to Demokrasi: How Erdoğan got more popular than ever by Christopher de Bellaigue. [31.08.2016]

L. Sprague de Camp[1] (0/1)

The Green Magician [...] by L. Sprague de Camp.[1] [12.01.2017]

José-Maria de Heredia[1] (0/1)

Oblivion by José-Maria de Heredia. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [25.08.2017]

Zack de la Rocha (0/1)

Untitled by Zack de la Rocha. [18.09.2012]

Charles de Lint[1] (2/1)

Moonheart by Charles de Lint.[1]

Mulengro: A Romany Tale by Charles de Lint.


Stick by Charles de Lint.

Marquis de Sade[1] (3/3)

The 120 Days of Sodom by Marquis de Sade. Translated by Austryn Wainhouse and Richard Seaver.[1] [01.06.2014]

Philosophy in the Bedroom by Marquis de Sade. Translated by Austryn Wainhouse and Richard Seaver.[1] [02.12.2013]

The Misfortunes of Virtue and Other Early Tales by Marquis de Sade.


Justine Part Two by Guido Crepax. Adapted from Marquis de Sade. [10.04.2014]

Justine Part One by Guido Crepax. Adapted from Marquis de Sade. [10.04.2014]

Retaliation by Marquis de Sade. [20.08.2013]

Michael Deacon (0/1)

Don't Make Fun of Renowned Dan Brown by Michael Deacon. [06.08.2013]

Dick DeBartolo[1] (1/3)

The MAD Adventures of Captain Klutz by Dick DeBartolo, Don Martin, Jack Hanrahan, and Phil Hahn.


MAD's Don Martin Comes on Strong by Don Martin with Dick DeBartolo.

MAD's Don Martin Digs Deeper by Don Martin with Dick DeBartolo.

MAD's Don Martin Steps Further Out by Don Martin with Dick DeBartolo.

Kelly Sue DeConnick[1] (1/0)

Pretty Deadly Vol. 1: The Shrike by Kelly Sue DeConnick. Illustrated by Emma Ríos.[1] [15.01.2016]

Anthony DeCurtis[1] (1/0)

The Rolling Stone Album Guide edited by Anthony DeCurtis and James Henke.[1]

Daniel Defoe[1] (3/3)

Roxana: The Fortunate Mistress by Daniel Defoe.[1] [28.04.2015]

The Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Famous Moll Flanders by Daniel Defoe.[1] [04.04.2015]

The Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe.[1] [17.03.2015]


The True-Born Englishman: A Satire by Daniel Defoe.[1] [25.04.2015]

The Education of Women by Daniel Defoe. [25.04.2015]

The Shortest Way with the Dissenters; or, Proposals for the Establishment of the Church by Daniel Defoe.[1] [25.04.2015]

Kim Deitch[1] (1/1)

The Boulevard of Broken Dreams by Kim Deitch with Simon Deitch.[1] [22.09.2011]


No Midgets in Midgetville by Kim Deitch. [24.05.2014]

Simon Deitch (0/1)

The Boulevard of Broken Dreams by Kim Deitch with Simon Deitch.[1] [22.09.2011]

John Delaney (0/1)

The League of Extraordinary Barts by Ian Boothby. Illustrated by John Delaney. [17.08.2014]

Jamie Delano (1/0)

2020 Visions by Jamie Delano. Illustrated by Frank Quitely, James Romberger, Steve Pugh, and Warren Pleece.[1] [10.08.2011]

Guy Delisle[1] (2/0)

Shenzhen: A Travelogue from China by Guy Delisle.[1] [30.10.2010]

Pyongyang: A Journey in North Korea by Guy Delisle.[1] [30.10.2010]

Werther Dell'Edera (0/1)

Dark Entries: A John Constantine Novel by Ian Rankin. Illustrated by Werther Dell'Edera.[1] [04.07.2011]

Christophe Deloire[1] (0/1)

Turkey Continues to Muzzle Democracy's Watchdogs by Christophe Deloire and Noam Chomsky. [16.11.2015]

Sidney Eric Dement (0/2)

In the Café by Mikhail Bulgakov. Translated by Sidney Eric Dement. [21.10.2011]

Future Prospects by Mikhail Bulgakov. Translated by Sidney Eric Dement. [21.10.2011]

Barbara Demick[1] (1/0)

Nothing to Envy: Ordinary Lives in North Korea by Barbara Demick.[1] [11.12.2011]

Daniel C. Dennett[1] (4/19)

Brainstorms: Philosophical Essays on Mind and Psychology by Daniel C. Dennett.[1] [19.04.2017]

Darwin's Dangerous Idea: Evolution and the Meanings of Life by Daniel C. Dennett.[1] [01.03.2010]

Breaking the Spell: Religion as a Natural Phenomenon by Daniel C. Dennett.[1] [05.09.2009]

Consciousness Explained by Daniel C. Dennett.[1] [20.11.2008]


Where Am I? by Daniel C. Dennett. [19.04.2017]

How to Change Your Mind by Daniel C. Dennett. [19.04.2017]

On Giving Libertarians What They Say They Want by Daniel C. Dennett. [19.04.2017]

Conditions of Personhood by Daniel C. Dennett. [18.04.2017]

The Abilities of Men and Machines by Daniel C. Dennett. [18.04.2017]

Mechanism and Responsibility by Daniel C. Dennett. [18.04.2017]

Why You Can't Make a Computer that Feels Pain by Daniel C. Dennett. [11.04.2017]

Two Approaches to Mental Images by Daniel C. Dennett. [16.03.2017]

Toward a Cognitive Theory of Consciousness by Daniel C. Dennett. [01.03.2017]

Are Dreams Experiences? by Daniel C. Dennett. [25.02.2017]

Artificial Intelligence as Philosophy and as Psychology by Daniel C. Dennett. [21.02.2017]

A Cure for the Common Code? by Daniel C. Dennett. [30.01.2017]

Why the Law of Effect Will Not Go Away by Daniel C. Dennett. [04.01.2017]

Skinner Skinned by Daniel C. Dennett. [02.01.2017]

Brain Writing and Mind Reading by Daniel C. Dennett. [28.12.2016]

Reply to Arbib and Gunderson by Daniel C. Dennett. [28.12.2016]

Intentional Systems by Daniel C. Dennett. [21.12.2016]

Why the Future of Religion Is Bleak by Daniel C. Dennett. [30.04.2015]

Preachers Who Are Not Believers by Daniel C. Dennett and Linda LaScola. [18.03.2010]

Mary Ware Dennett (0/1)

The Sex Side of Life: An Explanation for Young People by Mary Ware Dennett. [07.09.2011 - The Sex Side of Life First Appeared in the Medical Review of Reviews for February, 1918.]

Steve Denning[1] (0/1)

The Dumbest Idea in the World: Maximizing Shareholder Value by Steve Denning. [25.06.2015]

Troy Denning[1] (2/0)

The Avatar Trilogy Book Three: Waterdeep by Troy Denning.[1]

The Empires Trilogy Book Two: Dragonwall by Troy Denning.[1]

William Deresiewicz (0/1)

Spirit Guides by William Deresiewicz. [17.08.2014]

Holly L. Derr (0/1)

Ellen Page and Toni Collette Are Feminists, But Susan Sarandon Is Not? by Holly L. Derr. [16.07.2013]

Alan M. Dershowitz[1] (1/0)

The Genesis of Justice: 10 Stories of Biblical Injustice that Led to the 10 Commandments and Modern Morality and Law by Alan M. Dershowitz. [30.01.2009]

Pamela Des Barres (1/0)

I'm with the Band: Confessions of a Groupie by Pamela Des Barres.[1] [05.06.2011]

Christophe des Laurières (0/1)

Psalm by Christophe des Laurières. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [30.08.2017]

Dezra Despain (0/1)

Raistlin's Daughter by Dezra Despain and Margaret Weis.

Babette Deutsch (0/1)

Man and Woman Go through the Cancer Ward by Gottfried Benn. Translated by Babette Deutsch. [01.12.2013]

Bernard DeVoto[1] (0/1)

Letters from the Earth by Mark Twain. Edited by Bernard DeVoto. Preface by Henry Nash Smith.[1] [18.02.2016]

Tony DeZuniga (0/1)

X-Men 110: The 'X'-Sanction by Chris Claremont. Illustrated by Tony DeZuniga.[1] [28.10.2013]

Alan di Perna (0/1)

David Navarro: Beyond Addiction by Alan di Perna. [11.03.2014]

Jared Diamond[1] (5/0)

The World Until Yesterday by Jared Diamond.[1] [31.08.2014]

The Third Chimpanzee: The Evolution and Future of the Human Animal by Jared Diamond.[1] [24.08.2014]

Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed by Jared Diamond.[1] [03.03.2009]

Why Is Sex Fun?: The Evolution of Human Sexuality by Jared Diamond.[1] [23.02.2009]

Guns, Germs and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies by Jared Diamond.[1]

Philip K. Dick[1] (2/33)

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick. Introduction by Roger Zelazny.[1] [30.04.2017]

We Can Remember It for You Wholesale and Other Classic Stories by Philip K. Dick. [12.05.2009]


Tony and the Beetles by Philip K. Dick. [02.02.2015]

The Variable Man by Philip K. Dick. [02.02.2015]

The Skull by Philip K. Dick. [01.02.2015]

The Hanging Stranger by Philip K. Dick. [01.02.2015]

The Gun by Philip K. Dick. [01.02.2015]

The Eyes Have It by Philip K. Dick. [01.02.2015]

The Defenders by Philip K. Dick. [01.02.2015]

The Crystal Crypt by Philip K. Dick. [31.01.2015]

The Turning Wheel by Philip K. Dick. [29.01.2015]

The Golden Man by Philip K. Dick. [29.01.2015]

Upon the Dull Earth by Philip K. Dick. [29.01.2015]

The Last of the Masters by Philip K. Dick. [29.01.2015]

Souvenir by Philip K. Dick. [29.01.2015]

Prominent Author by Philip K. Dick. [28.01.2015]

Shell Game by Philip K. Dick. [27.01.2015]

Small Town by Philip K. Dick. [27.01.2015]

Survey Team by Philip K. Dick. [27.01.2015]

The Crawlers by Philip K. Dick. [27.01.2015]

Sales Pitch by Philip K. Dick. [27.01.2015]

Second Variety by Philip K. Dick. [16.01.2015]

Progeny by Philip K. Dick. [19.12.2014]

Piper in the Woods by Philip K. Dick. [19.12.2014]

Mr. Spaceship by Philip K. Dick. [19.12.2014]

Meddler by Philip K. Dick. [19.12.2014]

James P. Crow by Philip K. Dick. [19.12.2014]

Human Is by Philip K. Dick. [19.12.2014]

Foster, You're Dead by Philip K. Dick. [09.12.2014]

Exhibit Piece by Philip K. Dick. [28.11.2014]

Breakfast at Twilight by Philip K. Dick. [28.11.2014]

Beyond Lies the Wub by Philip K. Dick. [17.11.2014]

Beyond the Door by Philip K. Dick. [16.11.2014]

Adjustment Team by Philip K. Dick. [16.11.2014]

How to Build a Universe that Doesn't Fall Apart Two Days Later by Philip K. Dick. [24.06.2014]

Gordon R. Dickson[1] (0/1)

St. Dragon and the George by Gordon R. Dickson. Preface by David Drake. Afterword by Eric Flint.[1] [03.03.2017]

Denis Diderot[1] (0/1)

Thoughts on Religion by Denis Diderot. Translated by Mitchell Abidor. [20.11.2015]

Tony Digerolamo (0/1)

Homer Beats the Heat by Tony Digerolamo. Illustrated by Phil Ortiz. [17.08.2014]

Edsger W. Dijkstra (0/1)

Why Numbering Should Start at Zero by Edsger W. Dijkstra. [13.10.2012]

Matt Dillahunty (0/1)

On Religious News Writing by Matt Dillahunty. [02.10.2013]

Chuck Dixon (0/1)

Clown Therapy by Chuck Dixon. Illustrated by Phil Ortiz. [17.08.2014]

Richard Dixon (0/2)

Numero Zero by Umberto Eco. Translated by Richard Dixon. [06.12.2015]

The Prague Cemetery by Umberto Eco. Translated by Richard Dixon.[1] [14.03.2012]

DJ Zhao (0/1)

No Drums Allowed: Afro Rhythmic Mutations in America by DJ Zhao. [04.08.2014]

E. L. Doctorow[1] (4/0)

Ragtime by E. L. Doctorow.[1]

The Book of Daniel by E. L. Doctorow.[1]

Welcome to Hard Times by E. L. Doctorow.[1]

World's Fair by E. L. Doctorow.

Allie Doersch (0/1)

án titils eftir Allie Doersch. [08.09.2015]

Ivan Doig[1] (1/0)

The Sea Runners by Ivan Doig.

Stephen R. Donaldson[1] (9/8)

Daughter of Regals and Other Tales by Stephen R. Donaldson.

Mordant's Need 1: The Mirror of Her Dreams by Stephen R. Donaldson.[1]

Mordant's Need 2: A Man Rides Through by Stephen R. Donaldson.[1]

The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant, the Unbeliever 1: Lord Foul's Bane by Stephen R. Donaldson.[1]

The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant, the Unbeliever 2: The Illearth War by Stephen R. Donaldson.[1]

The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant, the Unbeliever 3: The Power that Preserves by Stephen R. Donaldson.[1]

The Second Chronicles of Thomas Covenant 1: The Wounded Land by Stephen R. Donaldson.[1]

The Second Chronicles of Thomas Covenant 2: The One Tree by Stephen R. Donaldson.[1]

The Second Chronicles of Thomas Covenant 3: White Gold Wielder by Stephen R. Donaldson.[1]


Animal Lover by Stephen R. Donaldson.

Daughter of Regals by Stephen R. Donaldson.[1]

Gilden-Fire by Stephen R. Donaldson.

Mythological Beast by Stephen R. Donaldson.

Ser Visal's Tale by Stephen R. Donaldson.

The Conqueror Worm by Stephen R. Donaldson.

The Lady in White by Stephen R. Donaldson.

Unworthy of the Angel by Stephen R. Donaldson.

Annie di Donna (0/1)

Logicomix: An Epic Search for Truth by Apostolos Doxiadis and Christos Papadimitriou. Illustrated by Alecos Papadatos and Annie di Donna.[1] [20.11.2013]

Fyodor Dostoyevsky (1/0)

Poor Folk by Fyodor Dostoyevsky.[1]

Douglas H. Gresham[1] (0/1)

A Grief Observed by C. S. Lewis. Introduction by Douglas H. Gresham. Foreword by Madeleine L'Engle.[1] [13.02.2015]

Sergei Dovlotov (0/1)

Katya by Sergei Dovlotov. Translated by Anne Frydman.

Mark Dowie (0/1)

The Charge: Gynocide - The Accused: The U.S. Government by Barbara Ehrenreich, Mark Dowie, and Stephen Minkin. [29.11.2015]

Apostolos Doxiadis (1/0)

Logicomix: An Epic Search for Truth by Apostolos Doxiadis and Christos Papadimitriou. Illustrated by Alecos Papadatos and Annie di Donna.[1] [20.11.2013]

Arthur Conan Doyle[1] (12/61)

The Land of Mist by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [01.02.2017]

The Poison Belt by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [02.01.2017]

The Lost World by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [06.12.2016]

The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [24.10.2016]

His Last Bow: Some Later Reminiscences of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [09.10.2016]

The Valley of Fear by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [21.09.2016]

The Return of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [29.08.2016]

The Hound of the Baskervilles by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [21.08.2016]

The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [27.06.2016]

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [25.05.2016]

The Sign of the Four by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [18.05.2016]

A Study in Scarlet by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [19.12.2015]


The Disintegration Machine [...] by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [02.02.2017]

When the World Screamed by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [01.02.2017]

The Field Bazaar by Arthur Conan Doyle. [06.12.2016]

The Adventure of the Retired Colourman by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [24.10.2016]

The Adventure of Shoscombe Old Place by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [24.10.2016]

The Adventure of the Veiled Lodger by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [23.10.2016]

The Adventure of the Lion's Mane by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [23.10.2016]

The Adventure of the Creeping Man by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [23.10.2016]

The Problem of Thor Bridge by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [21.10.2016]

The Adventure of the Three Garridebs by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [21.10.2016]

The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [21.10.2016]

The Adventure of the Three Gables by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [21.10.2016]

The Adventure of the Mazarin Stone by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [20.10.2016]

The Blanched Soldier by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [20.10.2016]

The Illustrious Client by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [19.10.2016]

His Last Bow: The War Service of Sherlock Holmes by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [09.10.2016]

The Adventure of the Devil's Foot by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [09.10.2016]

The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [09.10.2016]

The Adventure of the Dying Detective by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [07.10.2016]

The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [07.10.2016]

The Adventure of the Red Circle by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [06.10.2016]

The Adventure of the Cardboard Box by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [05.10.2016]

The Adventure of Wisteria Lodge by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [05.10.2016]

The Adventure of the Second Stain by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [29.08.2016]

The Adventure of the Abbey Grange by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [28.08.2016]

The Adventure of the Missing Three-Quarter by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [28.08.2016]

The Adventure of the Golden Pince-Nez by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [28.08.2016]

The Adventure of the Three Students by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [27.08.2016]

The Adventure of the Six Napoleons by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [26.08.2016]

The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [26.08.2016]

The Adventure of Black Peter by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [25.08.2016]

The Adventure of the Priory School by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [25.08.2016]

The Adventure of the Solitary Cyclist by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [23.08.2016]

The Adventure of the Dancing Men by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [22.08.2016]

The Adventure of the Norwood Builder by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [22.08.2016]

The Adventure of the Empty House by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [21.08.2016]

The Final Problem by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [27.06.2016]

The Naval Treaty by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [27.06.2016]

The Greek Interpreter by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [27.06.2016]

The Resident Patient by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [26.06.2016]

The Crooked Man by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [24.06.2016]

The Reigate Squire by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [24.06.2016]

The Musgrave Ritual by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [23.06.2016]

The "Gloria Scott" by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [21.06.2016]

The Stockbroker's Clerk by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [20.06.2016]

The Yellow Face by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [19.06.2016]

Silver Blaze by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [18.06.2016]

The Adventure of the Copper Beeches by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [25.05.2016]

The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [25.05.2016]

The Adventure of the Noble Bachelor by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [25.05.2016]

The Adventure of the Engineer's Thumb by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [24.05.2016]

The Adventure of the Speckled Band by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [24.05.2016]

The Lost Special by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [24.05.2016]

How Watson Learned the Trick by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [24.05.2016]

The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [24.05.2016]

The Man with the Twisted Lip by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [23.05.2016]

The Five Orange Pips by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [23.05.2016]

The Boscombe Valley Mystery by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [23.05.2016]

A Case of Identity by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [23.05.2016]

The Red-Headed League by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [23.05.2016]

A Scandal in Bohemia by Arthur Conan Doyle.[1] [23.05.2016]

Paul Doyle (0/1)

The Day in 1982 When the World Wept for Algeria by Paul Doyle. [25.06.2014]

Roddy Doyle[1] (3/1)

The Commitments by Roddy Doyle.[1]

The Snapper by Roddy Doyle.[1]

The Van by Roddy Doyle.[1]


Blood by Roddy Doyle. [22.07.2012]

Margaret Drabble (0/1)

The One that Got Away by Margaret Drabble. [24.08.2014]

David Drake[1] (1/4)

Thieves' World: Dagger by David Drake.[1]


St. Dragon and the George by Gordon R. Dickson. Preface by David Drake. Afterword by Eric Flint.[1] [03.03.2017]

Liane the Wayfarer by Jack Vance. Preface by Eric Flint. Afterword by David Drake.[1] [03.03.2017]

Thunder and Roses by Theodore Sturgeon. Preface by David Drake. Afterword by Eric Flint. [03.03.2017]

Answer by Fredric Brown. Preface by David Drake. Afterword by Jim Baen. [03.03.2017]

Wayland Drew[1] (1/0)

Dragonslayer by Wayland Drew.[1]

Drífa Snædal (0/1)

Femínismi er svarið við öllu! eftir Drífu Snædal. [11.03.2015]

Mike Dringenberg[1] (0/8)

The Sandman Volume 1: Preludes and Nocturnes by Neil Gaiman. Introduction by Karen Berger. Illustrated by Malcolm Jones III, Mike Dringenberg, and Sam Kieth.[1][2] [19.07.2017]

The Sandman #8: The Sound of Her Wings by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Malcolm Jones III and Mike Dringenberg.[1] [19.07.2017]

The Sandman #7: Sound and Fury by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Malcolm Jones III and Mike Dringenberg.[1] [19.07.2017]

The Sandman #6: 24 Hours by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Malcolm Jones III and Mike Dringenberg.[1] [19.07.2017]

The Sandman #4: A Hope in Hell by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Mike Dringenberg and Sam Kieth.[1] [07.07.2017]

The Sandman #3: ...Dream a Little Dream of Me by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Mike Dringenberg and Sam Kieth.[1] [07.07.2017]

The Sandman #2: Imperfect Hosts by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Mike Dringenberg and Sam Kieth.[1] [07.07.2017]

The Sandman #1: Sleep of the Just by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Mike Dringenberg and Sam Kieth.[1] [03.07.2017]

John Dryden[1] (0/1)

Alexander's Feast, or the Power of Music by John Dryden.[1] [05.03.2016]

Stephen J. Dubner[1] (2/0)

SuperFreakonomics: Global Cooling, Patriotic Prostitutes, and Why Suicide Bombers Should Buy Life Insurance by Stephen J. Dubner and Steven D. Levitt.[1] [09.04.2012]

Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything by Stephen J. Dubner and Steven D. Levitt.[1]

Paul Duffield (0/3)

Freakangels: Volume Three by Warren Ellis. Illustrated by Paul Duffield.[1] [12.08.2011]

Freakangels: Volume Two by Warren Ellis. Illustrated by Paul Duffield.[1] [10.08.2011]

Freakangels: Volume One by Warren Ellis. Illustrated by Paul Duffield.[1] [10.08.2011]

Alexander Dumas[1] (5/0)

Louise de Valliere by Alexander Dumas.[1]

The Man in the Iron Mask by Alexander Dumas.[1]

The Three Musketeers by Alexander Dumas.[1]

The Vicomte de Bragelonne by Alexander Dumas.[1]

Twenty Years After by Alexander Dumas.[1]

Lena Dunham[1] (0/1)

Sorry, Not Sorry: My Apology Addiction by Lena Dunham. [13.09.2016]

William Dunham[1] (1/0)

Journey Through Genius: The Great Theorems of Mathematics by William Dunham.[1]

J. Robert Dunkle (0/1)

The Doctor by J. Robert Dunkle. [24.05.2017]

Lane Dunlop (0/1)

The Grasshopper and the Bell Cricket by Yasunari Kawabata. Translated by Lane Dunlop.

Katherine Dunn[1] (1/0)

Geek Love by Katherine Dunn.[1]

Luciano Dutra (0/1)

Ljóðið um bogann eftir Oscar Niemeyer. Þýtt af Luciano Dutra. [07.08.2013]

Andrea Dworkin[1] (0/1)

Fighting Talk by Andrea Dworkin and Michael Moorcock. [06.04.2017]

Stuart Dybek (0/1)

Death of the Right Fielder by Stuart Dybek.

Bob Dylan[1] (1/1)

Chronicles: Volume One by Bob Dylan.[1] [09.08.2009]


A Night with Bob Dylan by Al Aronowitz and Bob Dylan.

Marah Eakin (0/1)

What's It Like to Be a Suicide Girl by Marah Eakin. [04.04.2014]

Kevin Eastman (1/0)

20 Years of Heavy Metal edited by Kevin Eastman. [15.08.2011]

Dossie Easton[1] (1/0)

The Ethical Slut: A Practical Guide to Polyamory, Open Relationships & Other Adventures by Catherine A. Liszt and Dossie Easton.[1] [02.02.2013]

Scot Eaton[1] (0/2)

Uncanny X-Force: The Dark Angel Saga, Book 1 by Nick Spencer and Rick Remender. Illustrated by Barry Kitson, Billy Tan, Carmine Di Giandomenico, Mark Brooks, Richard Elson, and Scot Eaton. [14.04.2014]

Uncanny X-Force 13: The Dark Angel Saga Chapter 03: My World Won't Stop Without You by Rick Remender. Illustrated by Mark Brooks and Scot Eaton.[1] [14.04.2014]

Abu Salman Deya ud-Deen Eberie (0/1)

Human Rights in Islam and Common Misconceptions by Abdul-Rahman al-Sheha. Adapted by Abu Salman Deya ud-Deen Eberie. [21.03.2012]

Roger Ebert (0/1)

Win Ben Stein's Mind by Roger Ebert. [04.06.2013]

Erik Eckholm (0/1)

Case Explores Rights of Fetus Versus Mother by Erik Eckholm. [31.10.2013]

Umberto Eco[1] (14/1)

Numero Zero by Umberto Eco. Translated by Richard Dixon. [06.12.2015]

The Prague Cemetery by Umberto Eco. Translated by Richard Dixon.[1] [14.03.2012]

Turning Back the Clock: Hot Wars and Media Populism by Umberto Eco. Translated by Alastair McEwen. [18.01.2012]

Serendipities: Language and Lunacy by Umberto Eco.[1] [27.06.2011]

The Mysterious Flame of Queen Loana: An Illustrated Novel by Umberto Eco.[1] [27.07.2009]

Baudolino by Umberto Eco.[1]

Belief or Nonbelief? by Carlo Maria Martini and Umberto Eco.[1]

Foucault's Pendulum by Umberto Eco.[1]

How to Travel with a Salmon & Other Essays by Umberto Eco.

Misreadings by Umberto Eco.

Six Walks in the Fictional Woods by Umberto Eco.[1]

The Island of the Day Before by Umberto Eco.[1]

The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco.[1]

Travels in Hyperreality by Umberto Eco.[1]


Eternal Fascism: Fourteen Ways of Looking at a Blackshirt by Umberto Eco. [06.06.2014]

Sanal Edamaruku[1] (0/1)

India Has No Reason to Be Grateful to Mother Teresa by Sanal Edamaruku. [11.02.2014]

David Eddings[1] (10/0)

The Belgariad Book Five: Enchanter's End Game by David Eddings.[1]

The Belgariad Book Four: Castle of Wizardry by David Eddings.[1]

The Belgariad Book One: Pawn of Prophecy by David Eddings.[1]

The Belgariad Book Three: Magician's Gambit by David Eddings.[1]

The Belgariad Book Two: Queen of Sorcery by David Eddings.[1]

The Malloreon Book Five: The Seeress of Kell by David Eddings.[1]

The Malloreon Book Four: Sorceress of Darshiva by David Eddings.[1]

The Malloreon Book One: Guardians of the West by David Eddings.[1]

The Malloreon Book Three: Demon Lord of Karanda by David Eddings.[1]

The Malloreon Book Two: King of the Murgos by David Eddings.[1]

Maria Edgeworth[1] (2/0)

Castle Rackrent by Maria Edgeworth. Introduction by Anne Thackeray Ritchie.[1] [28.11.2015]

The Lottery by Maria Edgeworth.

Thomas Alva Edison (0/1)

The Philosophy of Paine by Thomas Alva Edison. [04.10.2012]

Dave Eggers (1/0)

A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius by Dave Eggers.[1]

Stefanie Ehmsen (0/1)

Death of a Yuppie Dream: The Rise and Fall of the Professional-Managerial Class by Barbara Ehrenreich and John Ehrenreich. Introduction by Albert Scharenberg and Stefanie Ehmsen. [29.11.2015]

Barbara Ehrenreich[1] (11/66)

For Her Own Good: Two Centuries of the Experts' Advice to Women by Barbara Ehrenreich and Deirdre English. [28.02.2017]

The Hearts of Men: American Dreams and the Flight from Commitment by Barbara Ehrenreich. [14.12.2016]

Dancing in the Streets: A History of Collective Joy by Barbara Ehrenreich.[1] [19.02.2016]

The Snarling Citizen: Essays by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

Blood Rites: Origins and History of the Passions of War by Barbara Ehrenreich. [06.12.2011]

Global Woman: Nannies, Maids, and Sex Workers in the New Economy edited by Arlie Russell Hochschild and Barbara Ehrenreich. [12.04.2011]

Smile or Die: How Positive Thinking Fooled America and the World by Barbara Ehrenreich. [12.02.2011]

Re-Making Love: The Feminization of Sex by Barbara Ehrenreich, Elizabeth Hess, and Gloria Jacobs. [15.11.2010]

The Worst Years of Our Lives: Irreverent Notes from a Decade of Greed by Barbara Ehrenreich. [03.11.2010]

Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting by in America by Barbara Ehrenreich.[1] [25.05.2010]

Poverty in the American Dream: Women & Children First by Barbara Ehrenreich, Holly Sklar, and Karin Stallard.[1] [22.04.2010]


Rich people are being 'demonized' for flaunting their wealth. Poor dears! by Barbara Ehrenreich. [18.04.2016]

Tale of a Whale by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

Haiti Explained by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

Jones v. Clinton by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

Willy/Woody by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

Battlin' Bill's Initation Rite by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

Somalia—the Ratings War by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

Gulf War II by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

Who's on Main Street? by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

The Warrior Culture by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

Fear of Easter by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

Honor to the Working Stiffs by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

Real Babies, Illegitimate Debates by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

An Epidemic of Munchausen's Syndrome by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

How Labor's Love Was Lost by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

S-M as Public Policy by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

Welfare: A White Secret by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

Kicking the Big One by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

Onward, Christian Lite! by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

We're Number One! by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

Tired and Out of Compassion by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

Why Do They Keep Coming? by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

Maintaining the Crime Supply by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

Why the Religious Right Is Wrong by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

Down to the Fundamentals by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

Teach Diversity - with a Smile by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

The Triumph of Trash by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

Paying Attention to O.J. by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

The Blight of the Living Dead by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

Won't Somebody Do Something Silly? by Barbara Ehrenreich. [07.02.2016]

Star Power by Barbara Ehrenreich. [06.02.2016]

Camelot Redux by Barbara Ehrenreich. [06.02.2016]

Readers' Block by Barbara Ehrenreich. [06.02.2016]

Gone with the Wind by Barbara Ehrenreich. [06.02.2016]

Blood on the Temple Steps by Barbara Ehrenreich. [06.02.2016]

Prewatched TV by Barbara Ehrenreich. [06.02.2016]

The Decline of the Universe by Barbara Ehrenreich. [06.02.2016]

Kiss Me, I'm Gay by Barbara Ehrenreich. [06.02.2016]

Making Sense of la différence by Barbara Ehrenreich. [06.02.2016]

What Do Women Have to Celebrate? by Barbara Ehrenreich. [06.02.2016]

Sorry, Sisters, This Is Not the Revolution by Barbara Ehrenreich. [06.02.2016]

Feminism Confronts Bobbittry by Barbara Ehrenreich. [05.02.2016]

Women Would Have Known by Barbara Ehrenreich. [05.02.2016]

Coming of Age by Barbara Ehrenreich. [05.02.2016]

A New Boom to Die For by Barbara Ehrenreich. [05.02.2016]

So's Your Old Lady by Barbara Ehrenreich. [05.02.2016]

The Naked Truth About Health by Barbara Ehrenreich. [05.02.2016]

Stamping Out a Dread Scourge by Barbara Ehrenreich. [05.02.2016]

Why Don't We Like the Human Body? by Barbara Ehrenreich. [05.02.2016]

Oh, Those Family Values by Barbara Ehrenreich. [05.02.2016]

Fun with Cults by Barbara Ehrenreich. [05.02.2016]

The Economics of Cloning by Barbara Ehrenreich. [05.02.2016]

Sex and the Married Woman by Barbara Ehrenreich. [05.02.2016]

The Wretched of the Hearth by Barbara Ehrenreich. [05.02.2016]

Housework Is Obsolescent by Barbara Ehrenreich. [05.02.2016]

Cultural Baggage by Barbara Ehrenreich. [05.02.2016]

Want a Child? Take My Son by Barbara Ehrenreich. [04.02.2016]

Burt, Loni, and Our Way of Life by Barbara Ehrenreich. [04.02.2016]

Death of a Yuppie Dream: The Rise and Fall of the Professional-Managerial Class by Barbara Ehrenreich and John Ehrenreich. Introduction by Albert Scharenberg and Stefanie Ehmsen. [29.11.2015]

Smile! You've Got Cancer by Barbara Ehrenreich. [29.11.2015]

Are Women Getting Sadder? Or Are We All Just Getting a Lot More Gullible? by Barbara Ehrenreich. [29.11.2015]

Is It Now a Crime to Be Poor? by Barbara Ehrenreich. [29.11.2015]

My Unwitting Role in Acts of Torture by Barbara Ehrenreich. [29.11.2015]

How "Natural" Is Rape? by Barbara Ehrenreich. [29.11.2015]

The New Creationism: Biology Under Attack by Barbara Ehrenreich and Janet McIntosh. [29.11.2015]

The Charge: Gynocide - The Accused: The U.S. Government by Barbara Ehrenreich, Mark Dowie, and Stephen Minkin. [29.11.2015]

John Ehrenreich[1] (0/1)

Death of a Yuppie Dream: The Rise and Fall of the Professional-Managerial Class by Barbara Ehrenreich and John Ehrenreich. Introduction by Albert Scharenberg and Stefanie Ehmsen. [29.11.2015]

Bart D. Ehrman[1] (9/0)

How Jesus Became God: The Exaltation of a Jewish Preacher from Galilee by Bart D. Ehrman. [16.11.2015]

Did Jesus Exist? The Historical Argument for Jesus of Nazareth by Bart D. Ehrman.[1] [04.11.2015]

God's Problem: How the Bible Fails to Answer Our Most Important Question - Why We Suffer by Bart D. Ehrman.[1] [12.02.2015]

Truth and Fiction in The Da Vinci Code: A Historian Reveals What We Really Know About Jesus, Mary Magdalene, and Constantine by Bart D. Ehrman.[1] [06.02.2015]

The New Testament: A Historical Introduction to the Early Christian Writings by Bart D. Ehrman. [09.03.2013]

Forged: Writing in the Name of God - Why the Bible's Authors Are Not Who We Think They Are by Bart D. Ehrman.[1] [18.11.2012]

Misquoting Jesus: The Story Behind Who Changed the Bible and Why by Bart D. Ehrman.[1] [14.11.2012]

Jesus, Apocalyptic Prophet of the New Millennium by Bart D. Ehrman. [24.07.2010]

Jesus, Interrupted: Revealing the Hidden Contradictions in the Bible (And Why We Don't Know About Them) by Bart D. Ehrman.[1] [12.02.2010]

Einar Benediktsson (I) (0/1)

Hrafninn eftir Edgar Allan Poe. Þýtt af Einari Benediktssyni. [30.09.2013]

Einar Benediktsson (II) (0/1)

Vettvangur breytinganna eftir Einar Benediktsson. [21.02.2014]

Einar Kárason[1] (4/0)

Skálmöld eftir Einar Kárason.[1] [09.03.2015]

Skáld eftir Einar Kárason.[1] [04.06.2013]

Ofsi eftir Einar Kárason.[1] [03.01.2009]

Óvinafagnaður eftir Einar Kárason.[1] [25.09.2008]

Einar Krautzwei (0/1)

Í hliðstæðum heimi eftir Einar Krautzwei. Myndskreytt af Þóri Karli Celin. [08.09.2015]

Einar Ól. Sveinsson[1] (1/0)

Sturlungaöld: Drög um íslenzka menningu á þrettándu öld eftir Einar Ól. Sveinsson. [05.05.2009]

Albert Einstein[1] (0/1)

The Negro Question by Albert Einstein. [06.04.2015]

Eiríkur Guðmundsson (0/1)

Ekki hótun, heldur spádómur eftir Eirík Guðmundsson. [19.02.2014]

Eiríkur Jónsson (1/0)

Davíð líf og saga eftir Eirík Jónsson. [07.07.2009]

Eiríkur Örn Norðdahl[1] (2/4)

Illska eftir Eirík Örn Norðdahl.[1] [30.07.2013]

Ú á fasismann - og fleiri ljóð eftir Eirík Örn Norðdahl. [08.10.2011]


Ljóð um greint rými og fleiri stök eftir Eirík Örn Norðdahl. [10.05.2017]

að vinna fulla vinnu eftir Anna Axfors. Þýtt af Eiríki Erni Norðdahl. [25.09.2015]

A Poem About Kebab by Eiríkur Örn Norðdahl. [14.09.2015]

"Allir eiga sannleikann skilið" - viðtal við Sindra Eldon eftir Eirík Örn Norðdahl. [07.03.2014]

Helen Eisenbach (1/0)

Lesbianism Made Easy by Helen Eisenbach.[1] [06.09.2011]

Will Eisner[1] (2/0)

A Contract with God: and Other Tenement Stories by Will Eisner.[1] [06.10.2011]

The Plot: The Secret Story of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion by Will Eisner.[1] [02.10.2010]

Kajsa Ekis Ekman[1] (0/1)

The Modern John Got Himself a Queer Nanny by Kajsa Ekis Ekman. [25.08.2016]

Ulf Ekman (1/0)

Ísrael—Gyðingar þjóð framtíðarinnar eftir Ulf Ekman. Þýtt af Guðna Þorvaldssyni. [25.07.2013]

Amos Elan[1] (0/1)

Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil by Hannah Arendt. Introduction by Amos Elan.[1] [29.02.2016]

Elín Guðmundsdóttir (0/1)

Stasiland eftir Anna Funder. Þýtt af Elínu Guðmundsdóttur.[1] [28.04.2016]

Chris Eliopoulos (0/1)

Okie Dokie Donuts by Chris Eliopoulos. [17.08.2014]

T.S. Eliot[1] (1/0)

The Waste Land / Eyðilandið by T.S. Eliot.[1] [20.11.2009]

Elísa Björg Þorsteinsdóttir (0/1)

Mæling heimsins eftir Daniel Kehlmann. Þýtt af Elísu Björgu Þorsteinsdóttur.[1] [03.11.2008]

Elísabet (0/1)

Bara vinir eftir Elísabetu. [16.03.2017]

Elísabet Jökulsdóttir[1] (6/69)

Ástin ein taugahrúga: Enginn dans við Ufsaklett eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Fótboltasögur (tala saman strákar) eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.[1] [28.08.2008]

Galdrabók Ellu Stínu eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.[1]

Lúðrasveit Ellu Stínu eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.[1]

Rúm eru hættuleg eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.[1]

Vængjahurðin: Yfir hundrað ástarljóð eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur.[1]


Töfranótt eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Barnið í bókinni eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Alvörukona II eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Við vorum bara fólk eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Kvöld í október eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Tungan eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Ufsaklettur eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Rússíbaninn eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Ófullgert ljóð um gleymsku eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Komfortsón eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Febrúar mars eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Kæri söknuður eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Sorg út af ástinni eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Sorg í líkamanum eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Harmleikur eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Ástin er ígulker eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Vélin eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Hugsum um eitthvað annað eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Bráðamóttakan eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Kaffiskvettan eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Sex mánaða sambúð eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Ástin sem varð að taugahrúgu eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Hápunkturinn eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Engill eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Nafnlaust eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Skyrtan eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Farinn á sjóinn eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Á leiðinni niður eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Segðu fyrirgefðu við tunglið eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Faðmlag eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Við í sambúðinni eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Sólarlagið eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Viðgerðir eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Ástin eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Líkamsminni II eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Líkamsminni I eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Þegar hann er fluttur inn eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Sambúð eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Draslið eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Annað ljóð um sýlinder eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Sýlindermaðurinn eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Beauty and the Beast eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Eitthvað brostið eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Opinberun II eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Röddin eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Símtalið eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Kveðjustund eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Mylsnuást eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Þakklæti eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Herbergi, hæð og hverfi eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Vaknaði upp um nótt eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Kastalinn eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Ofbeldi eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Brjóstkassinn eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Viskan eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Ásetningur eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Opinberunarljóð eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Rútína eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Kærastinn minn eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Einkenni eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Plastpokamaður eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Ballið eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Tilhugalífsvetur eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Á fjórða degi eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Á þriðja degi eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Á öðrum degi eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Hinn fyrsti dagur eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Ljóð um ástina eða gleymskuna eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Alvörukonan eftir Elísabetu Jökulsdóttur. [25.04.2015]

Elísabet Ýr Atladóttir (0/2)

Hamingjusami hórukúnninn eftir Elísabetu Ýr Atladóttur. [20.11.2014]

Forréttindavændi og femínismi eftir Elísabetu Ýr Atladóttur. [20.06.2014]

Zachary Elkins (0/1)

A Review of Iceland's Draft Constitution by James Melton, Tom Ginsburg, and Zachary Elkins. [16.10.2012]

Cynthia Eller (1/0)

The Myth of Matriarchal Prehistory: Why an Invented Past Won't Give Women a Future by Cynthia Eller.[1] [18.04.2010]

Bret Easton Ellis[1] (7/0)

Imperial Bedrooms by Bret Easton Ellis.[1] [19.04.2012]

American Psycho by Bret Easton Ellis.[1]

Glamorama by Bret Easton Ellis.[1]

Less than Zero by Bret Easton Ellis.[1]

Lunar Park by Bret Easton Ellis.[1]

The Informers by Bret Easton Ellis.[1]

The Rules of Attraction by Bret Easton Ellis.[1]

Steve Ellis[1] (0/1)

Chronicle of the Last Emperor of Melniboné Volume 3: Elric: The Sleeping Sorceress by Michael Moorcock. Foreword by Holly Black. Illustrated by Steve Ellis.[1] [05.07.2016]

Warren Ellis[1] (4/0)

Aetheric Mechanics: A Graphic Novella by Warren Ellis. Illustrated by Gianluca Pagliarani. [18.12.2013]

Freakangels: Volume Three by Warren Ellis. Illustrated by Paul Duffield.[1] [12.08.2011]

Freakangels: Volume Two by Warren Ellis. Illustrated by Paul Duffield.[1] [10.08.2011]

Freakangels: Volume One by Warren Ellis. Illustrated by Paul Duffield.[1] [10.08.2011]

Richard Elson (0/2)

Uncanny X-Force: The Dark Angel Saga, Book 1 by Nick Spencer and Rick Remender. Illustrated by Barry Kitson, Billy Tan, Carmine Di Giandomenico, Mark Brooks, Richard Elson, and Scot Eaton. [14.04.2014]

Uncanny X-Force 10: The Killer Among Us by Nick Spencer and Rick Remender. Illustrated by Barry Kitson, Billy Tan, Carmine Di Giandomenico, and Richard Elson.[1] [14.04.2014]

Embla Ýr Bárudóttir (4/0)

Sögur úr Njálu: Vetrarvíg eftir Emblu Ýr Bárudóttur. Myndskreytt af Ingólfi Erni Björgvinssyni. [07.02.2009]

Sögur úr Njálu: Hetjan eftir Emblu Ýr Bárudóttur. Myndskreytt af Ingólfi Erni Björgvinssyni. [07.02.2009]

Sögur úr Njálu: Blóðregn eftir Emblu Ýr Bárudóttur. Myndskreytt af Ingólfi Erni Björgvinssyni. [07.02.2009]

Sögur úr Njálu: Brennan eftir Emblu Ýr Bárudóttur. Myndskreytt af Ingólfi Erni Björgvinssyni. [31.01.2009]

Evie Embrechts[1] (0/1)

Prostitution: The Swedish or the Dutch Model? by Evie Embrechts. [12.08.2015]

Emil Hjörvar Peterson (0/1)

Grænn eftir Emil Hjörvar Peterson. Myndskreytt af Sigmundi Breiðfjörð Þorgeirssyni. [08.09.2015]

Emma[1] (0/1)

You Should've Asked by Emma. [22.05.2017]

Michael Ende[1] (1/0)

The Neverending Story by Michael Ende. Illustrated by Roswitha Quadflieg. Translated by Ralph Manheim.[1]

Deirdre English[1] (1/0)

For Her Own Good: Two Centuries of the Experts' Advice to Women by Barbara Ehrenreich and Deirdre English. [28.02.2017]

Cynthia Enloe[1] (0/1)

Combat: The Zone of Women's Liberation? by Cynthia Enloe. [25.01.2013]

Brian Eno[1] (1/0)

A Year with Swollen Appendices: Brian Eno's Diary by Brian Eno.[1] [18.05.2017]

Sema Nilgün Erdogan (1/0)

Sexual Life in Ottoman Society by Sema Nilgün Erdogan. [19.09.2012]

Erla Elíasdóttir (0/2)

Orðsending til íslenskrar umræðuhefðar eftir Erlu Elíasdóttur. [16.12.2013]

Ungfrú Gaur og strympulögmálið eftir Erlu Elíasdóttur. [20.11.2013]

Erla María Árnadóttir (0/2)

Eitthvað óhreint eftir Söru Hjördísi Guðnadóttur. Myndskreytt af Erlu Maríu Árnadóttur. [24.04.2015]

Rauða krákan eftir Freyju Gyðudóttur Gunnarsdóttur. Myndskreytt af Erlu Maríu Árnadóttur. [24.04.2015]

Erlena Isabella Einarsdóttir (0/1)

Óttinn eftir Erlenu Isabellu Einarsdóttur. Myndskreytt af Fanneyju Sizemore. [24.04.2015]

Stephen Thomas Erlewine[1] (0/1)

Rebel Rebel: The Fantastic Voyage of David Bowie by Stephen Thomas Erlewine. [15.01.2016]

Erna Árnadóttir (1/0)

Bóksalinn í Kabúl eftir Ernu Árnadóttur og Åsne Seierstad.[1] [20.08.2016]

Ester Ósk Hilmarsdóttir (0/1)

Strákar gera en stelpur eru: Kynjaskipting og markaðssetning eftir kyni í útgáfu barnabóka eftir Ester Ósk Hilmarsdóttur. [27.02.2013]

Robbie Ettelson (0/1)

The Triumphs and Tragedies of Larry Smith by Robbie Ettelson. [16.10.2014]

Eva Hauksdóttir (0/5)

Þessvegna ætti Hanna Birna að segja af sér eftir Evu Hauksdóttur. [19.04.2014]

Fjórtán einkenni feminisma eftir Evu Hauksdóttur. [26.03.2014]

Ekki aðskilnað heldur nýja kirkju eftir Evu Hauksdóttur. [25.01.2014]

Eruð þér í tygjum við farandtittling? eftir Evu Hauksdóttur. [23.11.2013]

Hvernig yngismey ber að umgangast flagara eftir Evu Hauksdóttur. [07.11.2013]

Allen Evans (0/1)

The Tug of the Machine by Allen Evans. [02.03.2017]

C. F. (0/1)

Blond Atchen and the Bumble Boys by C. F.. [24.05.2014]

Jason Fabok (0/1)

Soulfire: A Selection from Volume Three Issue One by J. T. Krul. Illustrated by Jason Fabok. [17.08.2014]

Glenn Fabry (0/1)

Sláine: Warrior Beyond Time by Pat Mills. Illustrated by Dermot Power and Glenn Fabry. [23.10.2011]

Stephen Fairbairn (0/1)

Úti í myrkrinu eftir Margréti Þ. Jóelsdóttur. Myndskreytt af Stephen Fairbairn. [16.09.2013]

Sean Faircloth[1] (1/1)

Attack of the Theocrats!: How the Religious Right Harms Us All - and What We Can Do About It by Sean Faircloth. [27.06.2012]


Are Liberals Going to Finally Get It This Time About Islam? by Sean Faircloth. [05.05.2013]

Richard A. Falk[1] (0/1)

Counter-Revolutionary Violence: Bloodbaths in Fact and Propaganda by Edward S. Herman and Noam Chomsky. Preface by Richard A. Falk.[1] [06.05.2015]

Fanney Sizemore (0/2)

Óttinn eftir Erlenu Isabellu Einarsdóttur. Myndskreytt af Fanneyju Sizemore. [24.04.2015]

Hvörfin miklu eftir Hrafnhildi Oddgeirsdóttur. Myndskreytt af Fanneyju Sizemore. [24.04.2015]

Fanny Kristín Tryggvadóttir (0/1)

Rokk Hávaði Djöfulsins eða tónlist Guðs? eftir Thomas Arnroth. Inngangur eftir Ulf Christiansson. Þýtt af Fanny Kristínu Tryggvadóttur. [23.07.2013]

Philip José Farmer[1] (12/16)

A Private Cosmos by Philip José Farmer.

Behind the Walls of Terra by Philip José Farmer.

Gods of Riverworld by Philip José Farmer.[1]

Riverworld and Other Stories by Philip José Farmer.

Tales of Riverworld edited by Philip José Farmer.

The Dark Design by Philip José Farmer.[1]

The Fabulous Riverboat by Philip José Farmer.[1]

The Gates of Creation by Philip José Farmer.

The Lavalite World by Philip José Farmer.

The Magic Labyrinth by Philip José Farmer.[1]

The Makers of Universes by Philip José Farmer.[1]

To Your Scattered Bodies Go by Philip José Farmer.[1]


Rastignac the Devil by Philip José Farmer. [13.09.2015]

They Twinkled Like Jewels by Philip José Farmer. [12.09.2015]

The Biological Revolt by Philip José Farmer. [11.09.2015]

A Hole in Hell by Dane Helstrom.

Brass and Gold (or Horse and Zeppelin in Beverly Hills) by Philip José Farmer.

Crossing the Dark River by Philip José Farmer.

J.C. on the Dude Ranch by Philip José Farmer.

Monolog by Philip José Farmer.

Riverworld by Philip José Farmer.

The Henry Miller Dawn Patrol by Philip José Farmer.

The Jungle Rot Kid on the Nod by Philip José Farmer.

The Leaser of Two Evils by Philip José Farmer.

The Phantom of the Sewers by Philip José Farmer.

The Problem of the Sore Bridge - Among Others by Philip José Farmer.

The Voice of the Sonar in My Vermiform Appendix by Philip José Farmer.

The Volcano by Philip José Farmer.

Dylan Farrow (0/1)

An Open Letter from Dylan Farrow by Dylan Farrow. [02.02.2014]

Nick Faust (0/1)

Get Off by Nick Faust. [17.08.2013]

Bill Fawcett[1] (1/0)

SwordQuest: Quest for the Demon Gate by Bill Fawcett.

Ray Fawkes (1/0)

Skullkickers: Four Tavern Tales by Adam Warren, Brian Clevinger, Chris Sims, and Ray Fawkes. Illustrated by Jeff Cruz, Jim Zubkavich, Joe Vriens, and Scott Hepburn. [30.07.2012]

Jules Feiffer[1] (0/1)

The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster. Illustrated by Jules Feiffer.[1]

Albert B. Feldstein[1] (1/0)

The Vintage MAD edited by Albert B. Feldstein.

Christopher J. Ferguson (0/1)

Ban on Internet Porn Not Supported by Science by Christopher J. Ferguson. [19.03.2013]

Niall Ferguson[1] (0/1)

The Way We Live Now: 4-4-04; Eurabia? by Niall Ferguson. [17.12.2012]

Tina Fey[1] (1/0)

Bossypants by Tina Fey.[1] [29.06.2015]

Ullrich Fichtner (0/1)

Divided States of America: Notes on the Decline of a Great Nation by Gregor Peter Schmitz, Hans Hoyng, Marc Hujer, and Ullrich Fichtner. [13.11.2012]

Helen Fielding[1] (2/0)

Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason by Helen Fielding.[1]

Bridget Jones's Diary by Helen Fielding.[1]

Daniel Fincke (0/4)

Answering 16 of the Worst #JeSuisCharlie #CharlieHebdo Memes by Daniel Fincke. [19.01.2015]

How My Atheism Affects My Philosophy Class by Daniel Fincke. [12.11.2013]

"You Can't Stop Teenagers from Having Sex" by Daniel Fincke. [12.11.2013]

"No True Christian Would Do That..." by Daniel Fincke. [12.11.2013]

Norman G. Finkelstein (0/1)

Disinformation and the Palestine Question: The Not-So-Strange Case of Joan Peter's From Time Immemorial by Norman G. Finkelstein. [29.10.2013]

Klint Finley (0/1)

Every Day is Halloween: The Evolution of Ministry by Klint Finley. [21.07.2014]

W. C. Firebaugh[1] (0/1)

The Satyricon by Petronius Arbiter. Translated by W. C. Firebaugh.[1] [08.04.2012]

Harry O. Fischer[1] (0/2)

The Childhood and Youth of The Gray Mouser by Harry O. Fischer. Introduction by Fritz Leiber. [29.01.2017]

The Finzer Family - A Tale of Modern Magic [...] by Harry O. Fischer. [21.09.2015]

Tibor Fischer[1] (4/0)

Don't Read This Book If You're Stupid by Tibor Fischer.[1]

The Thought Gang by Tibor Fischer.[1]

Under the Frog by Tibor Fischer.[1]

Voyage to the End of the Room by Tibor Fischer.[1]

Stanley Fish (0/1)

Scholarship and Politics: The Case of Noam Chomsky by Stanley Fish. [10.12.2013]

Robert Fisk (0/1)

Iran, Not Syria, Is the West's Real Target by Robert Fisk. [31.08.2013]

Gillian FitzGerald (0/1)

King of the Cats by Gillian FitzGerald. [10.08.2017]

Tucker FitzGerald (0/1)

Intolerant Liberals by Tucker FitzGerald. [06.02.2017]

Scott Fivelson[1] (1/0)

Guess What's Coming to Dinner?: The Extraterrestrial Etiquette Guide by Scott Fivelson. Illustrated by John Caldwell.

Gustave Flaubert[1] (1/0)

Salammbô by Gustave Flaubert.[1] [25.04.2010]

Ian Fleming (1/0)

Dr. No by Ian Fleming.[1]

Rebecca Flin (0/1)

Modeling Consent by Rebecca Flin. [30.09.2013]

Eric Flint[1] (0/3)

St. Dragon and the George by Gordon R. Dickson. Preface by David Drake. Afterword by Eric Flint.[1] [03.03.2017]

Liane the Wayfarer by Jack Vance. Preface by Eric Flint. Afterword by David Drake.[1] [03.03.2017]

Thunder and Roses by Theodore Sturgeon. Preface by David Drake. Afterword by Eric Flint. [03.03.2017]

Wolfgang Flür[1] (1/0)

I Was a Robot by Wolfgang Flür.

Errol Flynn[1] (1/0)

My Wicked, Wicked Ways by Errol Flynn.[1] [05.06.2010]

Arturo Fontaine (0/1)

What Chile's Voters Want by Arturo Fontaine. [14.12.2013]

Dascomb Forbush (0/1)

The Knights of King Arthur: How to Begin and What to Do by Dascomb Forbush and William Byron Forbush. [08.03.2012]

William Byron Forbush (0/1)

The Knights of King Arthur: How to Begin and What to Do by Dascomb Forbush and William Byron Forbush. [08.03.2012]

Elinor Ford (0/1)

Peace on Earth by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Elinor Ford and Michael Kandel.[1] [22.07.2017]

Alan Forrest (0/1)

Final Judgement by Alan Forrest. [22.06.2016]

Alan Dean Foster[1] (1/0)

Glory Lane by Alan Dean Foster.[1]

Barry Fowkes (0/1)

Enjoying Your Dragon by Barry Fowkes. [08.03.2017]

Pete Fowler (0/1)

Skins Rule by Pete Fowler.

John Fowles[1] (3/0)

A Maggot by John Fowles.[1]

The Ebony Tower by John Fowles.[1]

The French Lieutenant's Woman by John Fowles.[1]

Gardner F. Fox[1] (0/9)

The Coming of the Sword by Gardner F. Fox. [23.05.2017]

The Lure of the Golden Godling by Gardner F. Fox. [22.03.2017]

The Cup of Golden Death by Gardner F. Fox. [16.03.2017]

The Cube from Beyond by Gardner F. Fox. [09.03.2017]

The Eyes of Mavis Deval by Gardner F. Fox. [07.03.2017]

The Thing from the Tomb by Gardner F. Fox. [02.03.2017]

The Stolen Sacrifice by Gardner F. Fox. [29.09.2015]

Beyond the Wizard Fog by Gardner F. Fox. [15.09.2015]

Shadow of a Demon by Gardner F. Fox. [15.09.2015]

Anne Frank[1] (1/0)

The Diary of a Young Girl: The Definitive Version by Anne Frank. Edited by Mirjam Pressler and Otto H. Frank. Translated by Susan Massotty.[1] [20.05.2017]

Otto H. Frank[1] (0/1)

The Diary of a Young Girl: The Definitive Version by Anne Frank. Edited by Mirjam Pressler and Otto H. Frank. Translated by Susan Massotty.[1] [20.05.2017]

Robert H. Frank (1/0)

The Economic Naturalist: Why Economics Explains Almost Everything by Robert H. Frank. [05.05.2008 - Unengaging - a bit simplistic for my tastes.]

Harry G. Frankfurt (0/1)

On Bullshit by Harry G. Frankfurt.[1] [27.01.2014]

Peter Frankopan[1] (0/1)

The View from the East by Peter Frankopan. [06.09.2017]

Cynthia Frazer (0/1)

Oasis by Cynthia Frazer. [07.03.2017]

James George Frazer[1] (1/0)

The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion by James George Frazer.[1] [19.09.2017]

John Freely[1] (1/1)

Istanbul: The Imperial City by John Freely. [17.09.2012]


The Black Book by Orhan Pamuk. Translated by John Freely.[1] [26.01.2016]

Adam Freeman (0/1)

Jake the Dreaming by Adam Freeman, Andrew Jones, and Marc Bernardin. [16.08.2014]

Miriam Frendo (0/1)

Public Enemies: Dueling Writers Take on Each Other and the World by Bernard-Henri Lévy and Michel Houellebecq. Translated by Frank Wynne and Miriam Frendo. [28.11.2015]

Sasha Frere-Jones (0/1)

Ambient Genius: The Working Life of Brian Eno by Sasha Frere-Jones. [01.07.2014]

Esther Freud (0/1)

The Summer Book: A Novel by Tove Jansson. Foreword by Esther Freud. Translated by Thomas Teal.[1] [20.07.2012]

Freyja Gyðudóttir Gunnarsdóttir (1/1)

Töfraævintýri Hannesar 1 eftir Freyju Gyðudóttur Gunnarsdóttur. [15.12.2011]


Rauða krákan eftir Freyju Gyðudóttur Gunnarsdóttur. Myndskreytt af Erlu Maríu Árnadóttur. [24.04.2015]

Freysteinn Gunnarsson (0/1)

Dvergurinn Rauðgrani og brögð hans eftir Gerrit Theodor Rotman. Þýtt af Freysteini Gunnarssyni.[1] [09.10.2013]

Nancy Friday[1] (4/0)

Forbidden Flowers: More Women's Sexual Fantasies by Nancy Friday.[1]

My Mother, My Self: The Daughter's Search for Identity by Nancy Friday.

My Secret Garden: Women's Sexual Fantasies by Nancy Friday.[1]

Women on Top: How Real Life Has Changed Women's Sexual Fantasies by Nancy Friday.[1]

Friðrik Rafnsson (0/7)

Hátíð merkingarleysunnar eftir Milan Kundera. Þýtt af Friðriki Rafnssyni.[1] [07.09.2015]

Kortið og landið eftir Michel Houellebecq. Þýtt af Friðriki Rafnssyni.[1] [23.11.2012]

Bókin um hlátur og gleymsku eftir Milan Kundera. Þýtt af Friðriki Rafnssyni.[1]

Hlálegar ástir: Smásögur eftir Milan Kundera. Þýtt af Friðriki Rafnssyni.[1]

Kveðjuvalsinn eftir Milan Kundera. Þýtt af Friðriki Rafnssyni.[1]

Ódauðleikinn eftir Milan Kundera. Þýtt af Friðriki Rafnssyni.[1]

Óljós mörk: Skáldsaga eftir Milan Kundera. Þýtt af Friðriki Rafnssyni.

Ann Friedman (0/1)

The Real Reason Twentysomething Women Are Worried by Ann Friedman. [19.12.2013]

Ray Friesen (0/1)

Pirate Penguin Vs Ninja Chicken by Ray Friesen. [17.08.2014]

Simon Frith[1] (0/3)

1973: A Year in Singles by Simon Frith.

My Brilliant Career by Simon Frith.

Zowie Bowie by Simon Frith.

Arthur B. Frost[1] (0/7)

A Tangled Tale by Lewis Carroll. Illustrated by Arthur B. Frost.[1] [28.03.2017]

Knot IX: A Serpent with Corners by Lewis Carroll. Illustrated by Arthur B. Frost. [28.03.2017]

Knot VII: Petty Cash by Lewis Carroll. Illustrated by Arthur B. Frost. [28.03.2017]

Knot VI: Her Radiancy by Lewis Carroll. Illustrated by Arthur B. Frost. [28.03.2017]

Knot IV: The Dead Reckoning by Lewis Carroll. Illustrated by Arthur B. Frost. [28.03.2017]

Knot II: Eligible Apartments by Lewis Carroll. Illustrated by Arthur B. Frost. [27.03.2017]

Knot I: Excelsior by Lewis Carroll. Illustrated by Arthur B. Frost. [27.03.2017]

Deborah Frost (0/1)

Wimps 'R' Us by Deborah Frost.

Stephen Fry[1] (0/3)

An Open Letter to David Cameron and the IOC by Stephen Fry. [07.08.2013]

Only the Lonely by Stephen Fry. [25.06.2013]

On P. G. Wodehouse by Stephen Fry. [23.05.2013]

Anne Frydman (0/1)

Katya by Sergei Dovlotov. Translated by Anne Frydman.

Jake Fuentes (0/1)

The Immigration Ban Is a Headfake, and We're Falling for It by Jake Fuentes. [01.02.2017]

Jonathan A. Fugelsang (0/1)

On the Reception and Detection of Pseudo-Profound Bullshit by Derek J. Koehler, Gordon Pennycook, James Allan Cheyne, Jonathan A. Fugelsang, and Nathaniel Barr. [11.12.2015]

Francis Fukuyama[1] (1/0)

The End of History and the Last Man by Francis Fukuyama.[1] [21.06.2011]

April Fule (0/1)

Release This Album, Virgin! by April Fule.

Robert Fulghum[1] (1/0)

All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten by Robert Fulghum.[1]

Anna Funder[1] (1/0)

Stasiland eftir Anna Funder. Þýtt af Elínu Guðmundsdóttur.[1] [28.04.2016]

Philip Gabriel[1] (0/7)

Men Without Women by Haruki Murakami. Translated by Philip Gabriel and Ted Goossen.[1] [17.07.2017]

Men Without Women by Haruki Murakami. Translated by Philip Gabriel. [17.07.2017]

An Independent Organ by Haruki Murakami. Translated by Philip Gabriel. [16.07.2017]

Kino by Haruki Murakami. Translated by Philip Gabriel. [01.06.2015]

Yesterday by Haruki Murakami. Translated by Philip Gabriel. [23.09.2014]

Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage by Haruki Murakami. Translated by Philip Gabriel.[1] [26.08.2014]

1Q84 by Haruki Murakami. Translated by Jay Rubin and Philip Gabriel.[1] [22.02.2012]

Richard P. Gabriel (0/1)

The Why of Y by Richard P. Gabriel. [25.11.2013]

Neil Gaiman[1] (25/203)

InterWorld by Michael Reaves and Neil Gaiman.[1] [04.09.2017]

Trigger Warning: Short Fictions and Disturbances by Neil Gaiman. [03.09.2017]

The View from the Cheap Seats: Selected Nonfiction by Neil Gaiman. [22.08.2017]

The Sandman Volume 1: Preludes and Nocturnes by Neil Gaiman. Introduction by Karen Berger. Illustrated by Malcolm Jones III, Mike Dringenberg, and Sam Kieth.[1][2] [19.07.2017]

M Is for Magic by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Teddy Kristiansen.[1] [14.07.2017]

Angels and Visitations: A Miscellany by Neil Gaiman.[1] [14.07.2017]

The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman.[1] [03.07.2017]

The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Dave McKean.[1] [11.04.2017]

Odd and the Frost Giants by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Brett Helquist.[1] [06.04.2017]

Stardust by Neil Gaiman.[1] [20.05.2016]

Fragile Things: Short Fictions and Wonders by Neil Gaiman.[1] [09.02.2016]

Smoke and Mirrors: Short Fictions and Illusions by Neil Gaiman.[1] [12.01.2016]

Kóralína eftir Neil Gaiman. Myndskreytt af Dave McKean.[1] [17.12.2015]

Coraline by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Dave McKean.[1] [06.03.2015]

Anansi Boys by Neil Gaiman.[1] [14.08.2014]

Marvel 1602 by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Andy Kubert.[1] [17.07.2013]

Signal to Noise by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Dave McKean.[1] [03.05.2012]

Batman: Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader? with Other Tales of the Dark Knight by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Andy Kubert, Bernie Mireault, Mark Buckingham, Mike Hoffman, and Simon Bisley.[1] [30.04.2012]

Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman.[1] [18.12.2011]

Death: The High Cost of Living by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Chris Bachalo.[1] [22.10.2011]

Black Orchid by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Dave McKean.[1] [20.10.2011]

The Day I Swapped My Dad for Two Goldfish by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Dave McKean.[1] [06.10.2011]

Murder Mysteries by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by P. Craig Russell.[1] [13.08.2011]

American Gods by Neil Gaiman.[1]

Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett.[1]


Black Dog by Neil Gaiman. [03.09.2017]

In Relig Odhráin by Neil Gaiman. [03.09.2017]

Witch Work by Neil Gaiman. [03.09.2017]

The Sleeper and the Spindle: by Neil Gaiman. [03.09.2017]

Observing the Formalities by Neil Gaiman. [03.09.2017]

Feminine Endings by Neil Gaiman. [03.09.2017]

Diamonds and Pearls: A Fairy Tale by Neil Gaiman. [03.09.2017]

Nothing O'Clock by Neil Gaiman. [03.09.2017]

"And Weep, Like Alexander" by Neil Gaiman. [03.09.2017]

Jerusalem by Neil Gaiman. [02.09.2017]

The Man Who Forgot Ray Bradbury by Neil Gaiman. [02.09.2017]

The Case of Death and Honey by Neil Gaiman. [02.09.2017]

A Calendar of Tales by Neil Gaiman. [02.09.2017]

Orange by Neil Gaiman. [02.09.2017]

Adventure Story by Neil Gaiman. [02.09.2017]

My Last Landlady by Neil Gaiman. [02.09.2017]

The Thing About Cassandra by Neil Gaiman. [02.09.2017]

A Lunar Labyrinth by Neil Gaiman. [02.09.2017]

Making a Chair by Neil Gaiman. [02.09.2017]

Voice of the Fire by Alan Moore. Introduction by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by José Villarrubia.[1] [27.08.2017]

So Many Ways to Die in Syria Now: May 2014 by Neil Gaiman. [22.08.2017]

Eight Views of Mount Fuji: Beloved Deaths and Anthony Martignetti by Neil Gaiman. [22.08.2017]

The Dresden Dolls: Hallowe'en 2010 by Neil Gaiman. [22.08.2017]

A Wilderness of Mirrors by Neil Gaiman. [22.08.2017]

The View from the Cheap Seats by Neil Gaiman. [22.08.2017]

Make Good Art by Neil Gaiman. [22.08.2017]

On Richard Dadd's The Fairy-Feller's Master-Stroke by Neil Gaiman. [22.08.2017]

The Thing of It Is: Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell by Neil Gaiman. [22.08.2017]

Lud-in-the-Mist by Neil Gaiman. [22.08.2017]

The King of Elfland's Daughter, Lord Dunsany by Neil Gaiman. [22.08.2017]

Several Things About Charles Vess by Neil Gaiman. [22.08.2017]

Once Upon a Time by Neil Gaiman. [21.08.2017]

Who Killed Amanda Palmer by Neil Gaiman. [21.08.2017]

Afterword Afterword: Evelyn Evelyn by Neil Gaiman. [21.08.2017]

Flood: Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Edition, They Might Be Giants by Neil Gaiman. [21.08.2017]

Curious Wine: Tori Amos II by Neil Gaiman. [21.08.2017]

Hi, By the Way: Tori Amos by Neil Gaiman. [21.08.2017]

The Moth: An Introduction by Neil Gaiman. [21.08.2017]

Art and Artifice by Jim Steinmeyer by Neil Gaiman. [21.08.2017]

Voice of the Fire by Alan Moore by Neil Gaiman. [21.08.2017]

Dogsbody by Diana Wynne Jones by Neil Gaiman. [21.08.2017]

So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish: An Introduction by Neil Gaiman. [21.08.2017]

On Viriconium: Some Notes Toward an Introduction by Neil Gaiman. [21.08.2017]

Votan and Other Novels by John James by Neil Gaiman. [21.08.2017]

On The 13 Clocks by James Thurber by Neil Gaiman. [21.08.2017]

Concerning Dreams and Nightmares: The Dream Stories of H. P. Lovecraft by Neil Gaiman. [21.08.2017]

Business as Usual, During Alterations: Information Doesn't Want to Be Free, by Cory Doctorow by Neil Gaiman. [21.08.2017]

From the Days of Future Past: The Country of the Blind and Other Stories, by H. G. Wells by Neil Gaiman. [21.08.2017]

Rudyard Kipling's Tales of Horror and Fantasy by Neil Gaiman. [21.08.2017]

On The New Annotated Dracula by Neil Gaiman. [20.08.2017]

Some Strangeness in the Proportion: The Exquisite Beauties of Edgar Allan Poe by Neil Gaiman. [20.08.2017]

The Best American Comics, 2010 by Neil Gaiman. [17.08.2017]

2004 Harvey Awards Speech by Neil Gaiman. [17.08.2017]

The Keynote Speech for the 2003 Eisner Awards by Neil Gaiman. [17.08.2017]

Will Eisner: New York Stories by Neil Gaiman. [17.08.2017]

The Best of the Spirit by Neil Gaiman. [17.08.2017]

The Spirit of Seventy-Five by Neil Gaiman. [17.08.2017]

The Simon and Kirby Superheroes by Neil Gaiman. [17.08.2017]

Jack Kirby: King of Comics by Neil Gaiman. [17.08.2017]

Bone: An Introduction, and Some Subsequent Thoughts by Neil Gaiman. [16.08.2017]

Batman: Cover to Cover by Neil Gaiman. [16.08.2017]

Confessions: On Astro City and Kurt Busiek by Neil Gaiman. [16.08.2017]

"But What Has That to Do with Bacchus?" Eddie Campbell and Deadface by Neil Gaiman. [16.08.2017]

A Speech to Professionals Contemplating Alternative Employment, Given at PROCON, April 1997 by Neil Gaiman. [16.08.2017]

Good Comics and Tulips: A Speech by Neil Gaiman. [16.08.2017]

On Comics and Films: 2006 by Neil Gaiman. [16.08.2017]

The Nature of Infection: Some Thoughts on Doctor Who by Neil Gaiman. [16.08.2017]

MirrorMask: A Sundance Diary by Neil Gaiman. [16.08.2017]

MirrorMask: An Introduction by Neil Gaiman. [16.08.2017]

The Bride of Frankenstein by Neil Gaiman. [16.08.2017]

On the Fortieth Anniversary of the Nebula Awards: A Speech, 2005 by Neil Gaiman. [16.08.2017]

Samuel R. Delany and The Einstein Intersection by Neil Gaiman. [16.08.2017]

Of Time, and Gully Foyle: Alfred Bester and The Stars My Destination by Neil Gaiman. [16.08.2017]

Ray Bradbury, Fahrenheit 451 and What Science Fiction Is and Does by Neil Gaiman. [16.08.2017]

Hothouse by Neil Gaiman. [16.08.2017]

Fritz Leiber: The Short Stories by Neil Gaiman. [16.08.2017]

SIMCITY by Neil Gaiman. [16.08.2017]

About Kim Newman, with Notes on the Creation and Eventual Dissolution of the Peace and Love Corporation by Neil Gaiman. [16.08.2017]

Geoff Notkin: Meteorite Man by Neil Gaiman. [16.08.2017]

On Stephen King, for the Sunday Times by Neil Gaiman. [16.08.2017]

Banging the Drum for Harlan Ellison by Neil Gaiman. [16.08.2017]

Harlan Ellison: The Beast That Shouted Love at the Heart of the World by Neil Gaiman. [16.08.2017]

Remembering Douglas Adams by Neil Gaiman. [16.08.2017]

How to Read Gene Wolf by Neil Gaiman. [16.08.2017]

On Dave McKean by Neil Gaiman. [15.08.2017]

Reflections: On Diana Wynne Jones by Neil Gaiman. [15.08.2017]

These Are Not Our Faces by Neil Gaiman. [15.08.2017]

What the [Very Bad Swearword] Is a Children's Book, Anyway? The Zena Sutherland Lecture by Neil Gaiman. [15.08.2017]

The PEN Awards and Charlie Hebdo by Neil Gaiman. [15.08.2017]

Some Reflections on Myth (With Several Digressions onto Gardening, Comics and Fairy Tales) by Neil Gaiman. [15.08.2017]

Ghosts in the Machines: Some Hallowe'en Thoughts. by Neil Gaiman. [15.08.2017]

The Pornography of Genre, or the Genre of Pornography by Neil Gaiman. [15.08.2017]

Three Authors. On Lewis, Tolkien and Chesterton: The MythCon 35 Guest of Honor Speech by Neil Gaiman. [15.08.2017]

Four Bookshops by Neil Gaiman. [15.08.2017]

Telling Lies for a Living... And Why We Do It: The Newbery Medal Speech, 2009 by Neil Gaiman. [15.08.2017]

Why Our Future Depends on Libraries, Reading and Daydreaming: The Reading Agency Lecture, 2013 by Neil Gaiman. [15.08.2017]

Credo by Neil Gaiman. [15.08.2017; 03.06.2015]

A Slip of the Keyboard: Collected Non-Fiction by Terry Pratchett. Foreword by Neil Gaiman. [15.08.2017]

Terry Pratchett Isn't Jolly. He's Angry. by Neil Gaiman. [10.08.2017; 25.09.2014]

The Sandman #8: The Sound of Her Wings by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Malcolm Jones III and Mike Dringenberg.[1] [19.07.2017]

The Sandman #7: Sound and Fury by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Malcolm Jones III and Mike Dringenberg.[1] [19.07.2017]

The Sandman #6: 24 Hours by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Malcolm Jones III and Mike Dringenberg.[1] [19.07.2017]

The Sandman #5: Passengers by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Malcolm Jones III and Sam Kieth.[1] [19.07.2017]

The Witch's Headstone by Neil Gaiman. [14.07.2017]

How to Sell the Ponti Bridge by Neil Gaiman. [14.07.2017]

The Mystery of Father Brown: An Essay from 100 Great Detectives by Neil Gaiman. [14.07.2017]

Being an Experiment Upon Strictly Scientific Lines: Assisted by Unwins Ltd, Wine Merchants (Uckfield) by Neil Gaiman. [14.07.2017]

Post-Mortem on Our Love by Neil Gaiman. [13.07.2017]

Gumshoe: Punch Book Review of Josiah Thompson's Gumshoe by Neil Gaiman. [13.07.2017]

Luther's Villanelle by Neil Gaiman. [13.07.2017]

A Prologue: An Introduction to Mary Gentle's Scholars & Soldiers by Neil Gaiman. [13.07.2017]

Six to Six by Neil Gaiman. [13.07.2017]

Webs by Neil Gaiman. [13.07.2017]

The Song of the Audience by Neil Gaiman. [13.07.2017]

The Sandman #4: A Hope in Hell by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Mike Dringenberg and Sam Kieth.[1] [07.07.2017]

The Sandman #3: ...Dream a Little Dream of Me by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Mike Dringenberg and Sam Kieth.[1] [07.07.2017]

The Sandman #2: Imperfect Hosts by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Mike Dringenberg and Sam Kieth.[1] [07.07.2017]

The Sandman #1: Sleep of the Just by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Mike Dringenberg and Sam Kieth.[1] [03.07.2017]

Chronicle of the Last Emperor of Melniboné Volume 5: Elric in the Dream Realms by Michael Moorcock. Foreword by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Michael Wm. Kaluta.[1] [20.07.2016]

An Invocation of Incuriosity by Neil Gaiman. [21.02.2016]

The Monarch of the Glen: An American Gods Novella by Neil Gaiman. [09.02.2016]

Inventing Aladdin by Neil Gaiman. [08.02.2016]

Sunbird by Neil Gaiman. [08.02.2016]

Pages from a Journal Found in a Shoebox Left in a Greyhound Bus Somewhere Between Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Louisville, Kentucky by Neil Gaiman. [08.02.2016]

Goliath by Neil Gaiman. [08.02.2016]

Diseasemaker's Croup by Neil Gaiman. [08.02.2016]

Feeders and Eaters by Neil Gaiman. [08.02.2016]

My Life by Neil Gaiman. [08.02.2016]

How Do You Think It Feels? by Neil Gaiman. [08.02.2016]

Instructions by Neil Gaiman. [07.02.2016]

The Problem of Susan by Neil Gaiman. [07.02.2016]

Locks by Neil Gaiman. [07.02.2016]

Harlequin Valentine by Neil Gaiman.[1] [07.02.2016]

Strange Little Girls by Neil Gaiman. [07.02.2016]

The Facts in the Case of the Departure of Miss Finch by Neil Gaiman. [07.02.2016]

Good Boys Deserve Favors by Neil Gaiman. [07.02.2016]

Keepsakes and Treasures: A Love Story by Neil Gaiman. [07.02.2016]

Other People by Neil Gaiman. [04.02.2016]

Going Wodwo by Neil Gaiman. [04.02.2016]

Closing Time by Neil Gaiman. [04.02.2016]

The Flints of Memory Lane by Neil Gaiman. [03.02.2016]

Forbidden Brides of the Faceless Slaves in the Secret House of the Night of Dread Desire by Neil Gaiman. [03.02.2016]

The Hidden Chamber by Neil Gaiman. [26.01.2016]

October in the Chair by Neil Gaiman. [26.01.2016]

The Fairy Reel by Neil Gaiman. [21.01.2016]

The Mapmaker by Neil Gaiman. [21.01.2016]

The Return of the Thin White Duke by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Yoshitaka Amano. [12.01.2016]

In the End by Neil Gaiman. [12.01.2016]

Eaten (Scenes from a Moving Picture) by Neil Gaiman. [12.01.2016]

Fifteen Painted Cards from a Vampire Tarot by Neil Gaiman. [12.01.2016]

Snow, Glass, Apples by Neil Gaiman.[1] [12.01.2016]

Murder Mysteries by Neil Gaiman.[1] [11.01.2016]

Tastings by Neil Gaiman. [11.01.2016]

Desert Wind by Neil Gaiman. [11.01.2016]

When We Went to See the End of the World by Dawnie Morningside, age 11 1/4 by Neil Gaiman. [10.01.2016]

The Sea Change by Neil Gaiman. [10.01.2016]

Mouse by Neil Gaiman. [10.01.2016]

Vampire Sestina by Neil Gaiman. [10.01.2016]

Foreign Parts by Neil Gaiman. [10.01.2016]

The Sweeper of Dreams by Neil Gaiman. [10.01.2016]

Cold Colours by Neil Gaiman. [10.01.2016]

One Life, Furnished in Early Moorcock by Neil Gaiman. [10.01.2016]

We Can Get Them for You Wholesale by Neil Gaiman.[1] [08.01.2016]

Bay Wolf by Neil Gaiman. [08.01.2016]

Only the End of the World Again by Neil Gaiman. [08.01.2016]

Looking for the Girl by Neil Gaiman. [08.01.2016]

Virus by Neil Gaiman. [07.01.2016]

Shoggoth's Old Peculiar by Neil Gaiman. [07.01.2016]

The Daughter of Owls by Neil Gaiman. [07.01.2016]

Changes by Neil Gaiman. [07.01.2016]

Queen of Knives by Neil Gaiman. [05.01.2016]

The White Road by Neil Gaiman. [05.01.2016]

The Goldfish Pool and Other Stories by Neil Gaiman. [04.01.2016]

Don't Ask Jack by Neil Gaiman. [04.01.2016]

Troll Bridge by Neil Gaiman. [04.01.2016]

The Price by Neil Gaiman. [30.12.2015]

Chivalry by Neil Gaiman. [30.12.2015]

Nicholas Was... by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Chris Riddell. [25.12.2015]

The Wedding Present by Neil Gaiman. [22.12.2015]

Reading the Entrails: A Rondel by Neil Gaiman. [22.12.2015]

Dark Sonnet by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Chris Riddell. [17.12.2015]

Babycakes by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Chris Riddell. [17.12.2015]

Popular Writers: A Stephen King Interview by Neil Gaiman. [13.12.2015]

The Scorpio Boys in the City of Lux Sing Their Strange Songs by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Chris Riddell. [12.10.2015]

Click-clack the Rattlebag by Neil Gaiman. [31.05.2015]

Why Defend Freedom of Icky Speech? by Neil Gaiman. [08.01.2015]

Lou Reed: 'His songs were the soundtrack to my life' by Neil Gaiman. [29.10.2013]

Waiting for the Man: Lou Reed Interviewed by Neil Gaiman. [28.10.2013]

The [Backspace] Merchants by Neil Gaiman. [03.09.2013]

Bitter Grounds by Neil Gaiman. [02.08.2013]

The Day the Saucers Came by Neil Gaiman. [02.08.2013]

A Study in Emerald by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Jouni Koponen.[1] [29.04.2013]

The Case of the Four and Twenty Blackbirds by Neil Gaiman. [29.04.2013]

I Cthulhu or What's a Tentacle-Faced Thing Like Me Doing in a Sunken City Like This (Latitude 47° 9' S, Longitude 126° 43' W)? by Neil Gaiman.[1] [26.04.2013]

Cinnamon by Neil Gaiman. [26.04.2013]

How to Talk to Girls at Parties by Neil Gaiman.[1] [26.04.2013]

Terry Pratchett: An Appreciation by Neil Gaiman. [26.04.2013]

All Books Have Genders by Neil Gaiman. [26.04.2013]

How Dare You: On America and Writing About It by Neil Gaiman. [26.04.2013]

Down to a Sunless Sea by Neil Gaiman. [23.03.2013]

Hanukkah with Bells On by Neil Gaiman. [26.12.2012]

The Truth Is a Cave in the Black Mountains by Neil Gaiman. [22.07.2012]

Introduction: Just Four Words by Neil Gaiman. [22.07.2012]

Marina Galperina (0/1)

Girls Who Won't Show You Their Faces Will Exhibit Dick Pics They Poached from Grindr by Marina Galperina. [23.08.2013]

Mohandas K. Gandhi (1/0)

Gandhi's Letters to Hitler by Mohandas K. Gandhi. [08.05.2012]

Gabriel Garcia Márquez[1] (2/1)

A Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Márquez.[1]

Hershöfðingjanum berst ekki bréf eftir Gabriel Garcia Márquez.[1]


One of These Days by Gabriel Garcia Márquez. Translated by J. S. Bernstein.

Garðar Sverrisson (1/0)

Býr Íslendingur hér? Minningar Leifs Muller eftir Garðar Sverrisson. [09.06.2016]

Alex Garland (1/0)

The Beach by Alex Garland.[1]

Alan Garner[1] (0/1)

Feel Free by Alan Garner.

Shaenon K. Garrity[1] (0/1)

Perils of the Lady Gamer: A New Graphical Diversion by Shaenon K. Garrity. [26.10.2014]

George Gately[1] (1/0)

The Cat of the Century... Heathcliff Strikes Again by George Gately.

Bill Gates[1] (0/2)

Three Myths on the World's Poor by Bill Gates and Melinda Gates. [21.01.2014]

Here's My Plan to Improve Our World - And How You Can Help by Bill Gates. [13.11.2013]

Melinda Gates (0/1)

Three Myths on the World's Poor by Bill Gates and Melinda Gates. [21.01.2014]

Reina Gattuso (0/1)

How to Make a Feminist Porno by Reina Gattuso. [03.05.2013]

Théophile Gautier (0/1)

Club des Haschischins by Théophile Gautier. [23.06.2014]

Nicola Gavey (0/1)

Gleymt er þá gleypt er - klámnotkun ungra karla eftir Alexandra Antevska og Nicola Gavey. Þýtt af Báru Jóhannesdóttur Guðrúnardóttur. [08.02.2016]

Melinda Gebbie[1] (0/3)

Lost Girls Book Three: The Great and Terrible by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Melinda Gebbie.[1] [18.05.2014]

Lost Girls Book Two: Neverlands by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Melinda Gebbie.[1] [18.05.2014]

Lost Girls Book One: Older Children by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Melinda Gebbie.[1] [10.04.2014]

Geir Þ. Þórarinsson (0/1)

Virðing fyrir skoðunum annarra eftir Geir Þ. Þórarinsson. [18.06.2014]

Mary Gentle[1] (1/0)

Golden Witchbreed by Mary Gentle.

Gerður Kristný (1/1)

Blóðhófnir eftir Gerði Kristnýju. [16.12.2011]


Eitthvað illt á leiðinni er ritstýrt af Markúsi Má Efraím. Formáli eftir Gerði Kristnýju.[1] [24.04.2015]

Ricky Gervais[1] (1/4)

Flanimals of the Deep by Ricky Gervais. Illustrated by Rob Steen.[1] [30.08.2011]


The Difference Between American and British Humour by Ricky Gervais. [02.03.2016]

Be a Cocky Little Nobody by Ricky Gervais. [09.12.2013]

Creativity Is the Ability to Play by Ricky Gervais. [25.09.2013]

Why I'm an Atheist by Ricky Gervais. [31.08.2013]

Carmine Di Giandomenico (0/2)

Uncanny X-Force: The Dark Angel Saga, Book 1 by Nick Spencer and Rick Remender. Illustrated by Barry Kitson, Billy Tan, Carmine Di Giandomenico, Mark Brooks, Richard Elson, and Scot Eaton. [14.04.2014]

Uncanny X-Force 10: The Killer Among Us by Nick Spencer and Rick Remender. Illustrated by Barry Kitson, Billy Tan, Carmine Di Giandomenico, and Richard Elson.[1] [14.04.2014]

Edward Gibbon (1/0)

The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon.[1] [01.03.2011]

Dave Gibbons (0/1)

Watchmen by Alan Moore. Illustrated by Dave Gibbons.[1]

William Gibson[1] (9/12)

Mona Lisa Overdrive by William Gibson.[1] [10.06.2010]

Burning Chrome by William Gibson.[1] [30.05.2010]

All Tomorrow's Parties by William Gibson.[1] [15.08.2009]

Virtual Light by William Gibson.[1] [07.08.2009]

The Difference Engine by Bruce Sterling and William Gibson.[1] [29.07.2009 - Apparently, Gibson is just as good at alternate-history steampunk as he is at cyberpunk.]

Count Zero by William Gibson.[1] [22.07.2009]

Idoru by William Gibson.[1]

Neuromancer by William Gibson.[1]

Pattern Recognition by William Gibson.[1]


Agrippa (A Book of the Dead) by William Gibson.[1] [05.06.2015]

Disneyland with the Death Penalty by William Gibson.[1] [05.06.2015]

Burning Chrome by William Gibson.[1] [30.05.2010]

Dogfight by Michael Swanwick and William Gibson.[1] [30.05.2010]

The Winter Market by William Gibson.[1] [30.05.2010]

New Rose Hotel by William Gibson.[1] [30.05.2010]

Red Star, Winter Orbit by Bruce Sterling and William Gibson.[1] [30.05.2010]

Hinterlands by William Gibson.[1] [30.05.2010]

The Belonging Kind by John Shirley and William Gibson.[1] [30.05.2010]

Fragments of a Hologram Rose by William Gibson.[1] [30.05.2010]

The Gernsback Continuum by William Gibson.[1] [30.05.2010]

Johnny Mnemonic by William Gibson.[1] [30.05.2010]

Owen Gieni (0/2)

Avengelyne: The Hand of God by Mark Poulton. Illustrated by Owen Gieni. [20.06.2012]

Avengelyne: Devil in the Flesh by Mark Poulton and Rob Liefeld. Illustrated by Owen Gieni. [20.03.2012]

Barry Gifford[1] (13/3)

Night People by Barry Gifford. [18.07.2017]

Wyoming by Barry Gifford. [03.07.2017; ]

The Devil Thumbs a Ride and Other Unforgettable Films by Barry Gifford. Introduction by Dow Mossman and Edward Gorman. [10.12.2016]

59° and Raining: The Story of Perdita Durango by Barry Gifford.

Baby Cat-Face by Barry Gifford.

Bad Day for the Leopard Man by Barry Gifford.

Bordertown by Barry Gifford.

Consuelo's Kiss by Barry Gifford.

Port Tropique by Barry Gifford.

Sailor's Holiday: The Wild Life of Sailor and Lula by Barry Gifford.

Sultans of Africa by Barry Gifford.

The Sinaloa Story by Barry Gifford.

Wild at Heart: The Story of Sailor and Lula by Barry Gifford.[1]


Souvenir of Evil by Barry Gifford. [23.06.2015]

The Peterson Fire by Barry Gifford. [23.06.2015]

Rosa Blanca by Barry Gifford. [23.06.2015]

Chris Gilbert (0/1)

What's Really Happening in Venezuela?: Shadows of the Weimar Republic by Chris Gilbert. [21.02.2014]

Michael Gilbert[1] (0/1)

Dragontales 2: Runesword! by Rhondi Vilott. Illustrated by Michael Gilbert.[1]

Scott Gilbertson (0/1)

How a New Html Element Will Make the Web Faster by Scott Gilbertson. [02.09.2014]

Kieron Gillen[1] (1/0)

Phonogram: Rue Britannia by Kieron Gillen. Illustrated by Jamie McKelvie.[1] [21.10.2011]

Charlie Gillett[1] (0/1)

Five Styles of Rock & Roll by Charlie Gillett.

Benjamin Ginsberg (0/1)

Forget MOOCs - Let's Use MOOA by Benjamin Ginsberg. [30.07.2013]

Tom Ginsburg (0/1)

A Review of Iceland's Draft Constitution by James Melton, Tom Ginsburg, and Zachary Elkins. [16.10.2012]

Norman Thomas di Giovanni (0/1)

There's a Man in the Habit of Hitting Me on the Head with an Umbrella by Fernando Sorrentino. Translated by Norman Thomas di Giovanni and Patricia Davidson Cran.

Gísli Ásgeirsson (0/2)

Hefndarklám eftir Gísla Ásgeirsson. [22.05.2014]

Svífandi móðurlíf og skoppandi eistu eftir Gísla Ásgeirsson. [21.02.2014]

Ian Gittins (0/1)

The Heroin Diaries: A Year in the Life of a Shattered Rock Star by Nikki Sixx with Ian Gittins.[1] [11.07.2013]

Malcolm Gladwell[1] (1/2)

The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference by Malcolm Gladwell.[1] [20.09.2008]


Thresholds of Violence by Malcolm Gladwell. [13.10.2015]

How I Ruined My Best Friend's Wedding by Malcolm Gladwell. [11.08.2014]

Gabrielle Glaser (0/1)

A Different Path to Fighting Addiction by Gabrielle Glaser. [08.07.2014]

A Glasgow Sex Worker (0/1)

History Lesson: What Happened When Canada Enacted a Feminist Anti-Porn Law? by A Glasgow Sex Worker. [24.07.2013]

Nahum N. Glatzer[1] (0/1)

Postscript to The Complete Stories of Franz Kafka by Nahum N. Glatzer. [05.12.2016; ]

James Gleick[1] (1/1)

Chaos: The Amazing Science of the Unpredictable by James Gleick.[1]


A Bug and a Crash: Sometimes a Bug Is More than a Nuisance by James Gleick. [12.10.2012]

Michael Glenny[1] (0/2)

The White Guard by Mikhail Bulgakov. Epilogue by Victor Nekrasov. Translated by Michael Glenny.[1] [09.04.2017]

Mary by Vladimir Nabokov. Translated by Michael Glenny.[1] [19.03.2017]

Ruth Glick[1] (1/0)

Micro Adventure I: Space Attack by Eileen Buckholtz and Ruth Glick.[1]

Kathleen Glynn (1/0)

Adventures in a TV Nation by Kathleen Glynn and Michael Moore.[1] [20.12.2011]

Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela[1] (1/0)

A Human Being Died That Night: A Story of Forgiveness by Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela.[1] [29.08.2011]

Alex Godfrey (0/2)

Prince Has Ruled in the Style Stakes for Four Freakin' Decades by Alex Godfrey. [15.08.2013]

Björk: The History and Style of a Music Maverick by Alex Godfrey. [15.08.2013]

Django Gold (0/1)

Sonny Rollins: In His Own Words by Django Gold. [03.08.2014]

Ben Goldacre[1] (2/0)

Bad Pharma: How Drug Companies Mislead Doctors and Harm Patients by Ben Goldacre.[1] [06.08.2014]

Bad Science by Ben Goldacre.[1] [10.07.2011]

Howard Goldblatt (0/1)

A Lover's Ear by Yuan Ch'iung-ch'iung. Translated by Howard Goldblatt.

Arthur Golden (1/0)

Memoirs of a Geisha by Arthur Golden.[1]

Christopher Golden (0/1)

Baltimore: A Passing Stranger by Christopher Golden and Mike Magnola. Illustrated by Ben Stenbeck. [17.08.2014]

William Golding (1/0)

Lord of the Flies by William Golding.[1]

Albert Goldman (1/0)

Elvis by Albert Goldman.[1] [21.12.2014]

Alyssa Goldstein (0/1)

When Women Wanted Sex Much More than Men: And How the Stereotype Flipped by Alyssa Goldstein. [22.11.2013]

Richard Goldstein[1] (0/3)

A Quiet Night at the Balloon Farm by Richard Goldstein.

I Blew My Cool in the New York Times by Richard Goldstein.

San Francisco Bray by Richard Goldstein.

Arthur Goldstuck (1/0)

Ink in the Porridge: Urban Legends of the South Africa Elections by Arthur Goldstuck.[1]

E. H. Gombrich[1] (2/0)

A Little History of the World by E. H. Gombrich.[1] [18.03.2017]

The Story of Art by E. H. Gombrich.[1]

S. E. Gontarski[1] (0/1)

The Complete Short Prose, 1929-1989 by Samuel Beckett. Edited by S. E. Gontarski.[1]

Laurie Goodstein (0/1)

Some Mormons Search the Web and Find Doubt by Laurie Goodstein. [24.07.2013]

Mike Goodwin (0/1)

The Transpacific Partnership and "Free Trade" by Mike Goodwin. [19.02.2014]

Ted Goossen (0/6)

Men Without Women by Haruki Murakami. Translated by Philip Gabriel and Ted Goossen.[1] [17.07.2017]

Drive My Car by Haruki Murakami. Translated by Ted Goossen. [15.07.2017]

Pinball, 1973 by Haruki Murakami. Translated by Ted Goossen.[1] [24.09.2015]

Hear the Wind Sing by Haruki Murakami. Translated by Ted Goossen.[1] [21.09.2015]

Scheherazade by Haruki Murakami. Translated by Ted Goossen. [21.01.2015]

Samsa in Love by Haruki Murakami. Translated by Ted Goossen. [23.09.2014]

Nadine Gordimer[1] (0/1)

Terminal by Nadine Gordimer.

Kim Gordon[1] (1/0)

Girl in a Band by Kim Gordon.[1] [27.09.2015]

Al Gore[1] (2/0)

The Assault on Reason by Al Gore.[1] [10.08.2008 - I must admit that the vision of democracy that Gore describes here is very convincing, and his criticism of the Bush's administration enjoyably vigorous and thorough.]

An Inconvenient Truth: The Planetary Emergency of Global Warming and What We Can Do About It by Al Gore.[1] [01.08.2008 - This reminded me of Michael Moore's Sicko: You can argue with Gore's methods, but his main argument (that we have to do something about global warming as soon as possible) is inescapable. The book struck me as way too picture-book, text-free and simplistic on first glance, but after reading it, I find its presentation fits its purpose very well.]

Edward Gorey[1] (6/0)

The Unstrung Harp; or, Mr Earbrass Writes a Novel by Edward Gorey. [07.06.2011]

Amphigorey by Edward Gorey.

Amphigorey Also by Edward Gorey.

Amphigorey Too by Edward Gorey.

The Curious Sofa: A Pornographic Tale by Edward Gorey.[1]

The Haunted Tea-Cosy: A Dispirited and Distasteful Diversion for Christmas by Edward Gorey.

Edward Gorman[1] (0/2)

The Devil Thumbs a Ride and Other Unforgettable Films by Barry Gifford. Introduction by Dow Mossman and Edward Gorman. [10.12.2016]

Fool's Paradise by Edward Gorman.

Stephen Jay Gould[1] (0/1)

Evolution: The Triumph of an Idea by Carl Zimmer. Introduction by Stephen Jay Gould. Foreword by Richard Hutton. [14.08.2016]

Patricia Grace (0/1)

At the River by Patricia Grace.

Thore Graepel (0/1)

Private Traits and Attributes Are Predictable from Digital Records of Human Behavior by David Stillwell, Michal Kosinski, and Thore Graepel. [12.03.2013]

Gordon Grant (0/1)

Dream Poems by Gordon Grant.

Melvyn Grant (0/1)

Where's My Cow?: A Discworld Picture Book for People of All Sizes by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Melvyn Grant.[1] [15.11.2014]

Delphine Grass (0/1)

The Art of Struggle by Michel Houellebecq. Translated by Delphine Grass and Timothy Mathews. [29.10.2013]

Günter Grass[1] (1/1)

The Tin Drum by Günter Grass.[1]


What Must Be Said by Günter Grass. Translated by Breon Mitchell. [09.04.2012]

Hannes Grassegger (0/1)

The Data that Turned the World Upside Down by Hannes Grassegger and Mikael Krogerus. [31.01.2017]

Robert Graves[1] (0/1)

Children, if you dare to think by Robert Graves. [01.05.2015]

John Gray (1/0)

Al Qaeda and What It Means to Be Modern by John Gray.[1] [07.09.2011]

Justin Gray[1] (0/2)

All-Star Western #9: Vengeance in the Big Easy by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray. Illustrated by Moritat.[1] [31.08.2014]

Jonah Hex: Giving the Devil His Due by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray. Illustrated by Luke Ross.[1] [15.08.2014]

Nicholas Stuart Gray[1] (0/1)

The Man Who Sold Magic by Nicholas Stuart Gray.

A.C. Grayling[1] (2/0)

Witttgenstein by A.C. Grayling. [01.02.2012]

The Meaning of Things: Applying Philosophy to Life by A.C. Grayling.[1] [30.08.2010]

Michael Graziano (0/1)

How the Light Gets Out by Michael Graziano. [22.08.2013]

Sonia H. Greene (0/1)

The Horror at Martin's Beach by H. P. Lovecraft and Sonia H. Greene.[1] [12.01.2015]

Ben Greenman[1] (1/0)

Mo' Meta Blues: The World According to Questlove by Ahmir Questlove Thompson and Ben Greenman. [12.11.2015]

Glenn Greenwald[1] (1/7)

With Liberty and Justice for Some: How Law Is Used to Destroy Equality and Protect the Powerful by Glenn Greenwald. [31.08.2013]


Key Democratic Officials Now Warning Base Not to Expect Evidence of Trump/Russia Collusion by Glenn Greenwald. [17.03.2017]

Obama Killed a 16-Year-Old American in Yemen. Trump Just Killed His 8-Year-Old Sister. by Glenn Greenwald. [31.01.2017]

Brexit Is Only the Latest Proof of the Insularity and Failure of Western Establishment Institutions by Glenn Greenwald. [10.11.2016]

Democrats, Trump, and the Ongoing, Dangerous Refusal to Learn the Lesson of Brexit by Glenn Greenwald. [10.11.2016]

Christopher Hitchens and the Protocol for Public Figure Deaths by Glenn Greenwald. [14.02.2016]

Margaret Thatcher and Misapplied Death Etiquette by Glenn Greenwald. [14.02.2016]

Drug Decriminalization in Portugal: Lessons for Creating Fair and Successful Drug Policies by Glenn Greenwald. [20.01.2014]

Ed Greenwood (1/0)

Spellfire by Ed Greenwood.[1]

Veronique Greenwood (0/1)

The Viking Facebook: There's Much to Learn from Studying Mythical Social Networks by Veronique Greenwood. [21.07.2014]

John Gribbin[1] (2/0)

In Search of Schrödinger's Cat: Quantum Physics and Reality by John Gribbin.[1]

In Search of the Edge of Time: Black Holes, White Holes, Worm Holes by John Gribbin.

Grímur Jónsson Thorkelin[1] (0/1)

An Essay on the Slave Trade by Grímur Jónsson Thorkelin. [26.11.2015]

Jeff Grubb[1] (3/0)

The Finder's Stone Trilogy Book One: Azure Bonds by Jeff Grubb and Kate Novak.[1]

The Finder's Stone Trilogy Book Three: Song of the Saurials by Jeff Grubb and Kate Novak.[1]

The Finder's Stone Trilogy Book Two: The Wyvern's Spur by Jeff Grubb and Kate Novak.[1]

Guðlaug Richter (3/1)

Jóra og ég eftir Guðlaugu Richter.

Sonur Sigurðar eftir Guðlaugu Richter.

Þetta er nú einum of... eftir Guðlaugu Richter.


Amma les: Gengið í hring eftir Guðlaugu Richter. [17.05.2012]

Guðmundur Andri Hjálmarsson (0/2)

Að réttlæta ranglæti eftir Guðmund Andra Hjálmarsson. [19.05.2014]

Róttæk rökhyggja eftir Guðmund Andra Hjálmarsson. [25.03.2014]

Guðmundur Helgi Helgason (1/0)

Ljóðsár eftir Guðmund Helga Helgason. [25.04.2009]

Guðmundur Hörður Guðmundsson (0/1)

Ólíkindatólin, trúin og kirkjan eftir Guðmund Hörð Guðmundsson. [29.12.2014]

Guðmundur Ingi Markússon (0/1)

Eru trúarbrögð náttúruleg?: Um hugræna trúarbragðafræði eftir Guðmund Inga Markússon. [10.01.2012]

Guðmundur Magnússon[1] (1/0)

Nýja Ísland: Listin að týna sjálfum sér eftir Guðmund Magnússon. [21.01.2009]

Guðmundur S. Brynjólfsson (0/1)

Ég treysti ríkisstjórninni eftir Guðmund S. Brynjólfsson. [17.12.2015]

Guðmundur Steingrímsson (1/0)

Áhrif mín á mannkynssöguna eftir Guðmund Steingrímsson.[1]

Guðni Elísson (0/1)

Í heimi getgátunnar: Kærur Vantrúar, glæra 33 og Egill Helgason eftir Guðna Elísson. [09.09.2013]

Guðni Kolbeinsson (0/3)

Goðheimar 3: Veðmál Óðins eftir Hans-Rancke Madsen, Henning Kure, Per Vadmand og Peter Madsen. Þýtt af Guðna Kolbeinssyni. [02.01.2017]

Goðheimar 2: Hamarsheimt eftir Hans-Rancke Madsen. Myndskreytt af Peter Madsen. Þýtt af Guðna Kolbeinssyni.[1] [27.12.2011]

Goðheimar 1: Úlfurinn bundinn eftir Hans-Rancke Madsen. Myndskreytt af Peter Madsen. Þýtt af Guðna Kolbeinssyni.[1] [27.12.2011]

Guðni Th. Jóhannesson (0/1)

Hvað er eiginlega að Ólafi Ragnari? eftir Guðna Th. Jóhannesson. [01.01.2016]

Guðni Þorvaldsson (0/1)

Ísrael—Gyðingar þjóð framtíðarinnar eftir Ulf Ekman. Þýtt af Guðna Þorvaldssyni. [25.07.2013]

Guðný Elísa Guðgeirsdóttir (0/1)

Kurteisa byltingin eftir Guðnýju Elísu Guðgeirsdóttur. [09.08.2013]

Guðrún Bryndís Karlsdóttir (0/1)

Er þetta Framsókn framtíðarinnar? eftir Guðrúnu Bryndísi Karlsdóttur. [29.05.2014]

Guðrún C. Emilsdóttir (0/1)

Þýðir það "já" að segja ekki "nei"? eftir Guðrúnu C. Emilsdóttur. [21.05.2013]

Guðrún Eva Mínervudóttir[1][2] (1/0)

Yosoy - Af líkamslistum og hugarvíli í hryllingsleikhúsinu við Álafoss eftir Guðrúnu Evu Mínervudóttur. [06.06.2016]

Gunnar Hansson (0/1)

Járnfrúin kemur í kvöld eftir Frímann Gunnarson. [10.04.2013]

Gunnar Lárus Hjálmarsson (1/2)

Eru ekki allir í stuði?: Rokk á Íslandi á síðustu öld eftir Dr. Gunna.


Nánast alveg eins og Hendrix eftir Dr. Gunna. [05.09.2015]

Jolli í Amadeus, takk fyrir hjálpina á árinu eftir Dr. Gunna. [05.09.2015]

Gunnlaugur Jón Briem (0/1)

Hvar eru jólin? eftir Gunnlaug Jón Briem. Myndskreytt af Sigmundi Breiðfjörð Þorgeirssyni. [24.04.2015]

Dr. Sanjay Gupta[1] (0/1)

Why I Changed My Mind on Weed by Dr. Sanjay Gupta. [08.08.2013]

Nicholas Gurewitch (1/0)

The Trial of Colonel Sweeto: A Collection of Comic Strips of the Perry Bible Fellowship by Nicholas Gurewitch.[1] [30.08.2011]

Abdulrazak Gurnah (1/0)

The Cambridge Companion to Salman Rushdie by Abdulrazak Gurnah.[1] [01.10.2009]

David Guterson (1/0)

Snow Falling on Cedars by David Guterson.[1]

Kalle Güettler[1] (1/0)

Skrímsli á toppnum eftir Kalle Güettler, Rakel Heimsdal og Áslaugu Jónsdóttur. [20.11.2013]

E. Gary Gygax[1] (0/1)

The Gnome Cache [...] [...] [...] [...] [...] by E. Gary Gygax.[1] [16.09.2015]

Gyrðir Elíasson[1][2] (8/0)

Milli trjánna: Smásögur eftir Gyrði Elíasson. [04.02.2011]

Blindfugl/Svartfugl eftir Gyrði Elíasson. [02.11.2009]

Bakvið maríuglerið eftir Gyrði Elíasson. [01.11.2009]

Sandárbókin: Pastoralsónata eftir Gyrði Elíasson. [08.06.2009]

Svarthvít axlabönd eftir Gyrði Elíasson. [07.05.2009]

Gangandi íkorni eftir Gyrði Elíasson.[1]

Gula húsið eftir Gyrði Elíasson.[1]

Vatnsfólkið eftir Gyrði Elíasson.

Erdag M. Göknar (0/1)

My Name Is Red by Orhan Pamuk. Translated by Erdag M. Göknar.[1] [29.04.2012]

Mark Haddon[1] (1/0)

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon.[1] [12.09.2016]

Mike Hadlow (0/1)

Learn to Code, It's Harder than You Think by Mike Hadlow. [10.12.2015]

Hafsteinn Hauksson (0/1)

Galdrakarlinn í seðlabankanum eftir Hafstein Hauksson. [29.05.2014]

David Hahn (0/1)

The Complete Bite Club by David Tischman and Howard Chaykin. Illustrated by David Hahn.[1] [13.08.2011]

Phil Hahn (1/0)

The MAD Adventures of Captain Klutz by Dick DeBartolo, Don Martin, Jack Hanrahan, and Phil Hahn.

Sarah Haider (0/1)

Reza Aslan Is Wrong About Islam and This Is Why by Muhammed Syed and Sarah Haider. [06.10.2014]

John Haldane (1/0)

An Intelligent Person's Guide to Religion by John Haldane.[1] [28.05.2014]

Halla Birgisdóttir (0/1)

Skógar bæta geð eftir Höllu Birgisdóttur. [30.03.2015]

Halla Sverrisdóttir (0/1)

Á hverfanda hveli eftir Irene Manteufel. Þýtt af Höllu Sverrisdóttur og Líf Magneudóttur. [29.01.2014]

Muhammad Hallaj (0/1)

A Profile of the Palestinian People by Edward W. Said, Elia Zureik, Ibrahim Abu-Lughod, Janet L. Abu-Lughod, and Muhammad Hallaj. [31.10.2013]

Halldór Baldursson (1/2)

Konungur flónanna eftir Halldór Baldursson.[1] [08.06.2017]


Sagan af undurfögru prinsessunni og hugrakka prinsinum hennar eftir Margréti Tryggvadóttur. Myndskreytt af Halldóri Baldurssyni.[1] [07.06.2017]

Sögur af Satan eftir Halldór Baldursson. [08.09.2015]

Halldór Elías Guðmundsson (0/1)

Hvað er ófyrirgefanlegt? eftir Halldór Elías Guðmundsson. [08.02.2014]

Halldór Halldórsson (0/2)

Pítsudís eftir Halldór Halldórsson. [06.10.2016]

Raunveru-leikarnir eftir Halldór Halldórsson. [15.09.2014]

Halldór Kiljan Laxness[1] (3/0)

Sjálfsagðir hlutir: Ritgerðir eftir Halldór Kiljan Laxness. [01.08.2011]

Kvæðakver eftir Halldór Kiljan Laxness.[1] [17.07.2011]

Sjálfstætt fólk eftir Halldór Kiljan Laxness.

Hallfreður Örn Eiríksson (0/1)

Níski haninn eftir Emil Ludvik. Myndskreytt af Zdenek Miler. Þýtt af Hallfreði Erni Eiríkssyni. [12.10.2013]

Hallgrímur Helgason[1] (1/10)

101 Reykjavík eftir Hallgrím Helgason.


Karlmaður í kventíma eftir Hallgrím Helgason. [18.09.2017]

Tittlingar bitlingar eftir Hallgrím Helgason. [14.09.2016]

Sigmundur Ingi! Bless! Bjarni Ben! Bless! Ólöf Nordal! Bless! Ríkisstjórn ríka fólksins! Bless! Framsókn og Sjálfstæðisflokkur! Bless! eftir Hallgrím Helgason. [01.05.2016]

Mergsugur Íslands eftir Hallgrím Helgason. [06.04.2016]

Listin að rassa yfir sig eftir Hallgrím Helgason. [02.03.2015]

Guðfaðirinn Guðni eftir Hallgrím Helgason. [12.10.2014]

Grafir og stólar eftir Hallgrím Helgason. [06.06.2014]

Hægari stjórnin eftir Hallgrím Helgason. [02.03.2014]

Fulltrúi hagsmuna verður fulltrúi þjóðar eftir Hallgrím Helgason. [24.07.2013]

Nýr Framsóknaráratugur eftir Hallgrím Helgason. [16.07.2013]

Hallur Örn Jónsson (0/1)

Í fangabúðum nazista eftir Leif H. Muller. Inngangur eftir Hall Örn Jónsson og Jón Ingvar Kjaran.[1] [19.04.2017]

Heidi Grant Halvorson (0/1)

The Trouble with Bright Girls: For women, ability doesn't always lead to confidence. Here's why by Heidi Grant Halvorson. [08.09.2013]

Ruby Hamad (0/1)

Why Protests Must Be Culturally Appropriate by Ruby Hamad. [05.04.2013]

Michael Hamburger[1] (0/3)

Subway Train by Gottfried Benn. Translated by Michael Hamburger. [01.12.2013]

Express Train by Gottfried Benn. Translated by Michael Hamburger. [01.12.2013]

Night Café by Gottfried Benn. Translated by Michael Hamburger. [01.12.2013]

Dean Hamer (1/0)

The God Gene: How Faith Is Hardwired into Our Genes by Dean Hamer.[1]

Nick Hanauer (0/1)

To My Fellow Filthy Rich Americans: The Pitchforks Are Coming by Nick Hanauer. [04.07.2014]

Niel Hancock[1] (2/0)

Circle of Light 1: Greyfax Grimwald by Niel Hancock.

Circle of Light 2: Faragon Fairingay by Niel Hancock.

Peter Handke (0/1)

Welcoming the Board of Directors by Peter Handke. Translated by Herbert Kuhner.

Carol Hanisch (0/1)

The Personal Is Political by Carol Hanisch. [27.05.2013]

Hanna Birna Kristjánsdóttir (0/1)

Yfirlýsing frá Hönnu Birnu Kristjánsdóttur eftir Hönnu Birnu Kristjánsdóttur. [22.11.2014]

Jack Hanrahan[1] (1/0)

The MAD Adventures of Captain Klutz by Dick DeBartolo, Don Martin, Jack Hanrahan, and Phil Hahn.

Kenneth O. Hanson (0/2)

Les Épaves by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by David Paul, Geoffrey Wagner, Kenneth O. Hanson, Roy Campbell, and William Aggeler. [02.07.2014]

On the Debut of Amina Boschetti by Charles Baudelaire. Translated by Kenneth O. Hanson. [02.07.2014]

Yuval Noah Harari[1] (1/0)

Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari.[1] [22.01.2017]

Matt Hardigree (1/1)

Big Questions: or Asomatognosia: Whose Hand Is It Anyway? by Matt Hardigree.[1] [19.05.2014]


That Zero Hedge Article on Unsold Cars Is Bullshit by Matt Hardigree. [18.05.2014]

G. H. Hardy[1] (0/1)

A Mathematician's Apology by G. H. Hardy. [15.11.2011]

Tim Harford (1/0)

The Undercover Economist by Tim Harford.[1] [10.04.2008 - Very nice. Shows how markets work and, more importantly, how they fail to work in the real world. Talks lucidly about the kind of problems economics can help solve, and clearly states that economics are a tool to achieve goals, not something which provides goals in itself. People who derive ethical systems from economics (e.g. libertarian capitalism) are about as clever as social Darwinists.]

Sammy Harkham (0/1)

Lubavitch, Ukraine, 1876 by Sammy Harkham. [23.05.2014]

James Harren (1/0)

Rumble Volume One: What Color Darkness? by James Harren and John Arcudi. Illustrated by Dave Stewart. [15.01.2016]

Brooke Harrington (0/1)

Inside the Secretive World of Tax-Avoidance Experts by Brooke Harrington. [02.11.2015]

Robert Harris[1] (3/0)

Pompeii by Robert Harris.[1] [09.12.2014]

Fatherland by Robert Harris.[1] [02.12.2014]

An Officer and a Spy by Robert Harris.[1] [23.10.2014]

Sam Harris[1] (2/16)

Lying by Sam Harris. [21.11.2012]

The End of Faith: Religion, Terror, and the Future of Reason by Sam Harris.[1] [18.08.2009]


Speaking of "Truth" with Jordan B. Peterson by Sam Harris. [31.01.2017]

A Few Thoughts on the "Muslim Ban" by Sam Harris. [31.01.2017]

Trump in Exile by Sam Harris. [18.10.2016]

The Limits of Discourse as Demonstrated by Sam Harris and Noam Chomsky by Sam Harris. [05.05.2015]

Free Will and the Reality of Love by Sam Harris. [05.08.2013]

How Rich Is Too Rich? by Sam Harris. [13.05.2013]

How to Lose Readers (Without Even Trying) by Sam Harris. [13.05.2013]

The Future of the Book by Sam Harris. [13.05.2013]

Ayaan Hirsi Ali: Abandoned to Fanatics by Salman Rushdie and Sam Harris. [04.01.2013]

It's All True by Sam Harris. [04.01.2013]

Honesty: The Muslim World's Scarcest Resource? by Sam Harris. [04.01.2013]

The God Fraud by Sam Harris. [04.01.2013]

On the Freedom to Offend an Imaginary God by Sam Harris. [04.01.2013]

Killing the Buddha by Sam Harris. [04.01.2013]

Wrestling the Troll by Sam Harris. [04.01.2013]

The Riddle of the Gun by Sam Harris. [04.01.2013]

Trey Harris (0/1)

The Case of the 500-Mile Email by Trey Harris. [05.05.2012]

M. John Harrison[1] (0/1)

The Lamia and Lord Cromis by M. John Harrison.

Regina Harrison (0/1)

Las Papas by Julio Ortega. Translated by Regina Harrison.

Kingsley Hart (0/1)

A Winter Book: Selected Stories by Tove Jansson. Introduction by Ali Smith. Translated by David McDuff, Kingsley Hart, and Silvester Mazzarella.[1] [25.07.2012]

Bret Harte[1] (0/4)

The Heathen Chinee by Bret Harte. [04.07.2017]

The Outcasts of Poker Flat by Bret Harte.[1] [13.12.2016]

The Luck of Roaring Camp by Bret Harte.[1] [13.12.2016]

How Santa Claus Came to Simpson's Bar by Bret Harte. [13.12.2016]

Emma Hartley (1/0)

50 Facts You Need to Know: Europe by Emma Hartley. [08.05.2012 - Junk.]

Evert Hartman[1] (1/0)

Einn í stríði eftir Evert Hartman. Þýtt af Árna Þórarinssyni.[1] [10.12.2012]

Eric Harvey (0/1)

Station to Station: The Past, Present, and Future of Streaming Music by Eric Harvey. [19.04.2014]

Robert Harvey (1/0)

The War of Wars: The Epic Struggle Between Britain and France: 1789-1815 by Robert Harvey.[1] [26.06.2008 - Satisfyingly thick book on the "Napoleonic" wars. Well-written and bursting with detail, but marred by the author's increasingly blatant pro-British and anti-Napoleon stance, which is at odds with his scholarship and style.]

Mehdi Hasan[1] (0/1)

Marine Le Pen Is What Happens When You Try to Meet Racism in the Middle by Mehdi Hasan. [25.04.2017]

Jaroslav Hasek[1] (1/0)

Ævintýri góða dátans Svejks í heimsstyrjöldinni eftir Jaroslav Hasek. Þýtt af Karli Ísfeld.[1]

Carl Haub (0/1)

What If Experts Are Wrong on World Population Growth? by Carl Haub. [22.05.2013]

Haukur Halldórsson (1/0)

Trolls in Icelandic Folklore: Stories and Drawings by Haukur Halldórsson. [15.12.2009]

Haukur Valdimar Pálsson (0/1)

Páska-Eggert eftir Hauk Valdimar Pálsson. [08.09.2015]

Haukur Viðar Alfreðsson (0/1)

Blótmæli eftir Hauk Viðar Alfreðsson. [25.08.2014]

Abigail Haworth (0/1)

Why Have Young People in Japan Stopped Having Sex? by Abigail Haworth. [21.10.2013]

Mark Hay (0/1)

Getting Behind America's Anal Sex Fetish by Mark Hay. [28.11.2015]

Teresa Nielsen Hayden[1] (0/1)

Some Notes Toward Two Analyses of Auctorial Method and Voice by Teresa Nielsen Hayden. [04.01.2016]

Jim Hayes (0/1)

What Price Gold & Glory? by Jim Hayes. [28.11.2014]

William Carew Hazlitt[1] (0/1)

Essays by Michel de Montaigne. Edited by William Carew Hazlitt. Translated by Charles Cotton.[1] [07.06.2016]

Bessie Head (0/1)

Looking for a Rain God by Bessie Head.

Hazel Heald (0/5)

Winged Death by H. P. Lovecraft and Hazel Heald. [28.01.2015]

Out of the Aeons by H. P. Lovecraft and Hazel Heald.[1] [27.01.2015]

The Little Glass Bottle by H. P. Lovecraft and Hazel Heald. [15.01.2015]

The Horror in the Museum by H. P. Lovecraft and Hazel Heald.[1] [12.01.2015]

The Horror in the Burying-Ground by H. P. Lovecraft and Hazel Heald. [12.01.2015]

Seamus Heaney[1] (0/4)

Casualty by Seamus Heaney. [30.08.2013]

A Dog Was Crying To-Night in Wicklow Also: In Memory of Donatus Nwoga by Seamus Heaney. [30.08.2013]

Digging by Seamus Heaney. [30.08.2013]

Punishment by Seamus Heaney. [30.08.2013]

David Heatley[1] (0/5)

The Best American Comics 2007 edited by F. Chris Ware. Preface by Anne Elizabeth Moore. Illustrated by David Heatley. [24.05.2014]

Walnut Creek by David Heatley. [24.05.2014]

Laundry Room by David Heatley. [24.05.2014]

Cut Thru by David Heatley. [24.05.2014]

Sambo by David Heatley. [23.05.2014]

Jeff Hecht (0/1)

The Neanderthal Correlation by Jeff Hecht. [23.01.2015]

Chris Hedges (0/1)

The Day that TV News Died by Chris Hedges. [26.03.2013]

Heiða Kristín Helgadóttir (0/1)

Pólitíkin skiptist í tvo heima eftir Heiðu Kristínu Helgadóttur. [27.12.2013]

Rakel Heimsdal (1/0)

Skrímsli á toppnum eftir Kalle Güettler, Rakel Heimsdal og Áslaugu Jónsdóttur. [20.11.2013]

Helga Kress (0/2)

Það þýðir að berjast eftir Helgu Kress. [07.07.2017]

Eftir hans skipun: Natansmál í ljósi sagnadansa og eftirmæla Agnesar eftir Helgu Kress. [29.10.2014]

Helga Þórey Jónsdóttir (0/1)

Háskóli Íslands - griðastaður dónakarla? eftir Helgu Þóreyju Jónsdóttur og Hildi Lilliendahl Viggósdóttur. [28.08.2013]

Helgi Hálfdánarson (0/2)

Fræðin minni eftir Martin Luther. Þýtt af Helga Hálfdánarsyni. [11.04.2012]

Japönsk ljóð frá liðnum öldum Þýtt af Helga Hálfdánarsyni.

Helgi Hrafn Gunnarsson (0/3)

Pólitískur rétttrúnaður eftir Helga Hrafn Gunnarsson. [07.02.2017]

Opið bréf til Egils Helgasonar eftir Helga Hrafn Gunnarsson. [18.09.2015]

Opið svar til Bubba Morthens eftir Helga Hrafn Gunnarsson. [18.10.2013]

Helgi Seljan (0/1)

Ég bið forláts eftir Helga Seljan. [13.03.2013]

Helgi Þorgils Friðjónsson (0/1)

DHL hraðsendinganaglasúpa með tolldassi eftir Helga Þorgils Friðjónsson. [08.02.2014]

Richard Hell[1] (0/1)

The Party's Over by Richard Hell.

Jason Heller (0/1)

A Beginner's Guide to the Music of Led Zeppelin by Jason Heller. [05.06.2014]

Joseph Heller (1/0)

Catch-22 by Joseph Heller.[1]

Mark Helprin[1] (1/1)

Winter's Tale by Mark Helprin.[1]


La Volpaia by Mark Helprin.

Brett Helquist[1] (0/1)

Odd and the Frost Giants by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Brett Helquist.[1] [06.04.2017]

Bobby Henderson (0/1)

Open Letter to Kansas School Board by Bobby Henderson. [04.09.2013]

James Henke (1/0)

The Rolling Stone Album Guide edited by Anthony DeCurtis and James Henke.[1]

William Ernest Henley (0/1)

Invictus by William Ernest Henley. [07.04.2014]

Tim Hensley (0/1)

Meet the Dropouts by Tim Hensley. [24.05.2014]

Nat Hentoff[1] (0/1)

Is It Rolling, Zeus? by Nat Hentoff.

Scott Hepburn (0/1)

Skullkickers: Four Tavern Tales by Adam Warren, Brian Clevinger, Chris Sims, and Ray Fawkes. Illustrated by Jeff Cruz, Jim Zubkavich, Joe Vriens, and Scott Hepburn. [30.07.2012]

Debby Herbenick (0/1)

Anal Sex: Science's Last Taboo by Debby Herbenick. [23.05.2014]

Frank Herbert[1] (8/16)

Chapterhouse: Dune by Frank Herbert.[1]

Children of Dune by Frank Herbert.[1]

Dune by Frank Herbert.[1]

Dune Messiah by Frank Herbert.[1]

Eye by Frank Herbert.[1]

God Emperor of Dune by Frank Herbert.[1]

Heretics of Dune by Frank Herbert.[1]

The White Plague by Frank Herbert.[1]


Missing Link by Frank Herbert. [10.09.2015]

Operation Haystack by Frank Herbert. [10.09.2015]

Old Rambling House by Frank Herbert.[1] [10.09.2015]

A Matter of Traces by Frank Herbert.[1]

By the Book by Frank Herbert.

Cease Fire by Frank Herbert.

Death of a City by Frank Herbert.

Frogs and Scientists by Frank Herbert.[1]

Murder Will In by Frank Herbert.

Passage for Piano by Frank Herbert.

Rat Race by Frank Herbert.

Seed Stock by Frank Herbert.

The Dragon in the Sea by Frank Herbert.[1]

The Road to Dune by Frank Herbert.[1]

The Tactful Saboteur by Frank Herbert.[1]

Try to Remember by Frank Herbert.

Hergé[1] (1/0)

Tinni í Sovétríkjunum eftir Hergé. Þýtt af Birni Thorarensen.[1] [13.03.2010]

Herikberto (0/1)

The Bullfighter by Herikberto. [31.07.2012]

Edward S. Herman[1] (2/0)

Counter-Revolutionary Violence: Bloodbaths in Fact and Propaganda by Edward S. Herman and Noam Chomsky. Preface by Richard A. Falk.[1] [06.05.2015]

Manufacturing Consent: The Political Economy of the Mass Media by Edward S. Herman and Noam Chomsky.[1] [12.11.2014]

Hermann Stefánsson (1/0)

Algleymi eftir Hermann Stefánsson. [06.03.2009]

Gilbert Hernandez[1] (2/1)

Birdland by Gilbert Hernandez. [25.03.2014]

Palomar: The Heartbreak Soup Stories: A Love and Rockets Book by Gilbert Hernandez.[1] [05.09.2011]


Fritz After Dark by Gilbert Hernandez. [24.05.2014]

Vince Hernandez (0/1)

Charismagic: A Selection from Volume One Issue Zero by Vince Hernandez. Illustrated by Khary Randolph. [17.08.2014]

Hertha Richardt Úlfarsdóttir (0/1)

Hin fullkomna og óumdeilanlega uppskrift að fórnarlambi eftir Herthu Richardt Úlfarsdóttur. [13.11.2015]

Elizabeth Hess (1/0)

Re-Making Love: The Feminization of Sex by Barbara Ehrenreich, Elizabeth Hess, and Gloria Jacobs. [15.11.2010]

Clinton Heylin[1] (2/0)

Dylan: Behind the Shades by Clinton Heylin.[1]

The Penguin Book of Rock & Roll Writing edited by Clinton Heylin.

Laura Hickman [1] (0/1)

Heart of Goldmoon by Kate Novak and Laura Hickman .

Tracy Hickman[1] (9/2)

Dragonlance Chronicles Volume 1: Dragons of Autumn Twilight by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman.[1] [31.01.2017; ]

Dragonlance Chronicles Volume 2: Dragons of Spring Dawning by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman.[1]

Dragonlance Chronicles Volume 3: Dragons of Winter Night by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman.[1]

Dragonlance Legends Volume 1: Time of the Twins by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman.[1]

Dragonlance Legends Volume 2: War of the Twins by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman.[1]

Dragonlance Legends Volume 3: Test of the Twins by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman.[1]

Dragonlance Tales Volume 1: The Magic of Krynn edited by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman.[1]

Dragonlance Tales Volume 2: Kender, Gully Dwarves, and Gnomes edited by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman.[1]

Dragonlance Tales Volume 3: Love and War edited by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman.[1]


"Wanna Bet?" by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman.

The Legacy by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman.

John Higgs (0/1)

The Daily Mail Is a Drug by John Higgs. [07.07.2014]

Hildur Guðbjörnsdóttir (0/1)

Fáránleg sönnunarbyrði? eftir Hildi Guðbjörnsdóttur. [08.12.2015]

Hildur Knútsdóttir (1/1)

Hola, Lovers eða Hvernig á að þóknast karlmönnum og vera betri en aðrar konur eða Lífstíls- og megrunarbók Tískubloggsins eftir Hildi Knútsdóttur.[1] [14.03.2017]


Þrjú ljóð eftir Hildi Knútsdóttur. [24.04.2015]

Hildur Lilliendahl Viggósdóttir (0/3)

Kvalarar eftir Hildi Lilliendahl Viggósdóttur. [31.01.2014]

Ég vil ekki að barnið mitt hljóti fræðslu frá Blátt áfram eftir Hildi Lilliendahl Viggósdóttur. [19.09.2013]

Háskóli Íslands - griðastaður dónakarla? eftir Helgu Þóreyju Jónsdóttur og Hildi Lilliendahl Viggósdóttur. [28.08.2013]

Hildur Sverrisdóttir (1/0)

Fantasíur ritstýrt af Hildi Sverrisdóttur.[1] [27.08.2012]

Joe Hill (0/1)

Locke & Key: Smashing Issue by Joe Hill. Illustrated by Gabriel Rodriguez. [17.08.2014]

Gertrude Himmelfarb (0/1)

The Once-Born and the Twice-Born by Gertrude Himmelfarb. [04.01.2013]

Pieter Hintjens[1] (0/1)

Confessions of a Necromancer by Pieter Hintjens. [04.10.2016]

Denis Hirson (0/1)

Arrest Me by Denis Hirson.

Christopher Hitchens[1] (11/4)

Blaming the Victims: Spurious Scholarship and the Palestinian Question edited by Christopher Hitchens and Edward W. Said.[1] [31.10.2013]

Why Orwell Matters by Christopher Hitchens.[1] [28.05.2012]

Thomas Jefferson: Author of America by Christopher Hitchens.[1] [21.05.2012]

Thomas Paine's Rights of Man: A Biography by Christopher Hitchens. [18.05.2012]

Arguably: Essays by Christopher Hitchens.[1] [16.02.2012]

Letters to a Young Contrarian by Christopher Hitchens.[1] [27.12.2011]

Hitch-22: A Memoir by Christopher Hitchens.[1] [19.11.2011]

The Missionary Position: Mother Teresa in Theory and Practice by Christopher Hitchens.[1] [03.04.2011]

The Trial of Henry Kissinger by Christopher Hitchens.[1] [07.12.2010]

The Portable Atheist: Essential Readings for the Nonbeliever edited by Christopher Hitchens.[1] [20.02.2009]

god Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything by Christopher Hitchens.[1] [25.05.2008 - Entertaining, especially the bits detailing the lunacy that religions get up to (Mormons - I'm looking at you). I prefer Dawkins' more closely reasoned (some would say drier) arguments.]


Broadcasts by Christopher Hitchens. [30.10.2013]

Farewell to Flashman: The Singular Creation of George MacDonald Fraser, 1925-2008 by Christopher Hitchens. [23.05.2013]

Goodbye to All That: Why Americans Are Not Taught History by Christopher Hitchens. [15.05.2012]

Safe Area Gorazde: The War in Eastern Bosnia 1992-95 by Joe Sacco. Introduction by Christopher Hitchens.[1] [06.05.2012]

Hjálmar Sveinsson (0/1)

Atvik 2: Listaverkið á tímum fjöldaframleiðslu sinnar: Þrjár ritgerðir eftir Walter Benjamin. Þýtt af Hjálmari Sveinssyni og Árna Óskarssyni.

Hjalti Hugason (0/1)

Veraldleg lagasetning og kristin gildi eftir Hjalta Hugason og Sigrúnu Óskarsdóttur. [28.02.2013]

Hjalti Rúnar Ómarsson (0/1)

Forréttindablinda Þjóðkirkjunnar eftir Hjalta Rúnar Ómarsson. [29.01.2016]

Liam Hoare (0/1)

In Defense of Martin Amis' 'Lionel Asbo' by Liam Hoare. [17.02.2014]

Russell Hoban (1/0)

Riddley Walker by Russell Hoban.[1]

Arlie Russell Hochschild (1/0)

Global Woman: Nannies, Maids, and Sex Workers in the New Economy edited by Arlie Russell Hochschild and Barbara Ehrenreich. [12.04.2011]

Mike Hoffman (0/1)

Batman: Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader? with Other Tales of the Dark Knight by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Andy Kubert, Bernie Mireault, Mark Buckingham, Mike Hoffman, and Simon Bisley.[1] [30.04.2012]

Douglas R. Hofstadter[1] (1/1)

Metamagical Themas: Questing for the Essence of Mind and Pattern by Douglas R. Hofstadter.[1] [10.07.2010]


Translations of "Jabberwocky" by Douglas R. Hofstadter. [18.04.2015]

Richard Hofstadter[1] (1/0)

Anti-Intellectualism in American Life by Richard Hofstadter. [30.10.2013]

Marc Hogan[1] (0/1)

Why Kesha Lost Her Court Battle, But Not Necessarily the War by Marc Hogan. [25.02.2016]

Brian Holguin (1/0)

The Dark Crystal: Creation Myths, Volume I by Brian Holguin. Illustrated by Alex Skeikham and Lizzy John.[1] [11.08.2013]

Henry Holiday[1] (0/1)

The Hunting of the Snark: An Agony in Eight Fits by Lewis Carroll. Illustrated by Henry Holiday.[1] [27.03.2017]

Tom Holland[1] (4/1)

In the Shadow of the Sword: The Battle for Global Empire and the End of the Ancient World by Tom Holland.[1] [02.03.2014]

The Forge of Christendom: The End of Days and the Epic Rise of the West by Tom Holland. [16.02.2014]

Persian Fire: The First World Empire and the Battle for the West by Tom Holland.[1] [16.12.2013]

Rubicon: The Triumph and Tragedy of the Roman Republic by Tom Holland.[1] [11.08.2013]


The Persian Way of War by Tom Holland. [12.08.2013]

Carson Holloway (0/1)

Same-Sex 'Marriage' and the Abyss of Nihilism by Carson Holloway. [26.03.2013]

Holly (0/1)

How "Sex Tips for Girls" Are Ruining Sex by Holly and Rhiannon. [08.01.2013]

John Eric Holmes[1] (0/3)

In the Bag by John Eric Holmes. [26.05.2017]

The Sorcerer's Jewel by John Eric Holmes. [23.03.2017]

Trollshead by John Eric Holmes. [06.03.2017]

John Holmstrom[1] (0/1)

The Harder They Fall by John Holmstrom.

Spencer Holst (0/1)

On Hope by Spencer Holst.

Jerry Hopkins[1] (0/1)

The Rock & Roll Liberation Front? by Jerry Hopkins and John Morthland.

Peter Hopkirk[1] (1/0)

The Great Game: The Struggle for Empire in Central Asia by Peter Hopkirk.[1] [22.01.2014]

Nick Hornby (1/0)

High Fidelity by Nick Hornby.[1]

Barney Hoskyns[1] (0/1)

The Meaning of Bile by Barney Hoskyns.

Harry Houdini (0/1)

Under the Pyramids by H. P. Lovecraft with Harry Houdini.[1] [07.12.2014; ]

Michel Houellebecq[1] (9/0)

Submission by Michel Houellebecq. Translated by Lorin Stein.[1] [05.12.2015]

Public Enemies: Dueling Writers Take on Each Other and the World by Bernard-Henri Lévy and Michel Houellebecq. Translated by Frank Wynne and Miriam Frendo. [28.11.2015]

The Art of Struggle by Michel Houellebecq. Translated by Delphine Grass and Timothy Mathews. [29.10.2013]

Kortið og landið eftir Michel Houellebecq. Þýtt af Friðriki Rafnssyni.[1] [23.11.2012]

Lanzarote by Michel Houellebecq.[1]

Platform by Michel Houellebecq.[1]

The Elementary Particles by Michel Houellebecq.[1]

The Possibility of an Island by Michel Houellebecq.[1]

Whatever by Michel Houellebecq.[1]

John W. Houghton (0/1)

William Tell Told Again by P. G. Wodehouse with John W. Houghton. Illustrated by Philip Dadd.[1] [16.02.2015]

Albert Hourani (1/0)

A History of the Arab Peoples by Albert Hourani. Afterword by Malise Ruthven.[1] [11.11.2012]

A. E. Housman (1/0)

A Shropshire Lad by A. E. Housman. Introduction by William Stanley Braithwaite.[1] [09.09.2013]

Jason Howard (0/1)

The Astounding Wolf-Man, Volume 1 by Robert Kirkman. Illustrated by Jason Howard.[1] [24.10.2011]

Robert E. Howard[1] (5/248)

A Gent from Bear Creek by Robert E. Howard.[1] [12.09.2017]

Almuric by Robert E. Howard.[1] [30.03.2015]

The Coming of Conan the Cimmerian: The Complete Tales by Robert E. Howard.[1] [21.03.2015]

The Hour of the Dragon by Robert E. Howard.[1] [20.03.2015]

The People of the Black Circle by Robert E. Howard.[1] [09.03.2015]


Pilgrims to the Pecos by Robert E. Howard. [19.09.2017]

The Apache Mountain War by Robert E. Howard. [15.09.2017]

The Riot at Cougar Paw by Robert E. Howard. [13.09.2017]

When Bear Creek Came to Chawed Ear by Robert E. Howard. [12.09.2017]

War on Bear Creek by Robert E. Howard. [12.09.2017]

Educate or Bust by Robert E. Howard. [12.09.2017]

The Haunted Mountain by Robert E. Howard. [12.09.2017]

Cupid from Bear Creek by Robert E. Howard. [12.09.2017]

The Scalp Hunter by Robert E. Howard. [11.09.2017]

The Road to Bear Creek by Robert E. Howard. [11.09.2017]

The Feud Buster by Robert E. Howard. [11.09.2017]

A Gent from Bear Creek by Robert E. Howard. [11.09.2017]

Guns of the Mountains by Robert E. Howard. [10.09.2017]

Meet Cap'n Kidd by Robert E. Howard. [10.09.2017]

Mountain Man by Robert E. Howard. [08.09.2017]

Striped Shirts and Busted Hearts by Robert E. Howard. [08.09.2017]

The Hyena by Robert E. Howard. [05.05.2015]

The Fearsome Touch of Death by Robert E. Howard. [05.05.2015]

The Dream Snake by Robert E. Howard. [05.05.2015]

Pigeons from Hell by Robert E. Howard. [05.05.2015]

The Dead Remember by Robert E. Howard. [05.05.2015]

Black Hound of Death by Robert E. Howard. [05.05.2015]

The Tomb's Secret by Robert E. Howard. [05.05.2015]

The Cairn on the Headland by Robert E. Howard. [04.05.2015]

The Fire of Asshurbanipal by Robert E. Howard. [04.05.2015]

The Thing on the Roof by Robert E. Howard. [03.05.2015]

With a Set of Rattlesnake Rattles by Robert E. Howard. [03.05.2015]

Midnight by Robert E. Howard. [03.05.2015]

The Beast from the Abyss by Robert E. Howard. [03.05.2015]

Black Wind Blowing by Robert E. Howard. [03.05.2015]

The Grisly Horror by Robert E. Howard. [03.05.2015]

Old Garfield's Heart by Robert E. Howard. [03.05.2015]

Skull-Face by Robert E. Howard. [03.05.2015]

The Man on the Ground by Robert E. Howard. [02.05.2015]

Graveyard Rats by Robert E. Howard. [02.05.2015]

Names in the the Black Book by Robert E. Howard. [02.05.2015]

Fangs of Gold by Robert E. Howard. [02.05.2015]

Black Talons by Robert E. Howard. [01.05.2015]

The Horror from the Mound by Robert E. Howard. [01.05.2015]

Wolfshead by Robert E. Howard. [01.05.2015]

In the Forest of Villefère by Robert E. Howard. [01.05.2015]

Sea Curse by Robert E. Howard. [01.05.2015]

Dig Me No Grave by Robert E. Howard. [01.05.2015]

The Haunter of the Ring by Robert E. Howard.[1] [01.05.2015]

The Black Stone by Robert E. Howard.[1] [01.05.2015]

The Children of the Night by Robert E. Howard.[1] [01.05.2015]

Gates of Empire by Robert E. Howard. [30.04.2015]

The King's Service by Robert E. Howard. [30.04.2015]

The Shadow of the Vulture by Robert E. Howard.[1] [30.04.2015]

The Lion of Tiberias by Robert E. Howard. [29.04.2015]

The Sowers of Thunder by Robert E. Howard.[1] [29.04.2015]

Lord of Samarcand by Robert E. Howard. [28.04.2015]

Red Blades of Black Cathay by Robert E. Howard and Tevis Clyde Smith. [20.04.2015]

The Isle of Pirate's Doom by Robert E. Howard. [19.04.2015]

Swords of the Red Brotherhood by Robert E. Howard. [15.04.2015]

Black Vulmea's Vengeance by Robert E. Howard. [15.04.2015]

Swords of Shahrazar by Robert E. Howard.[1] [12.04.2015]

The Treasure of Tartary by Robert E. Howard.[1] [12.04.2015]

The Blood of Belshazzar by Robert E. Howard.[1] [09.04.2015]

Hawks of Outremer by Robert E. Howard.[1] [08.04.2015]

The Lost Valley of Iskander by Robert E. Howard.[1] [08.04.2015]

Son of the White Wolf by Robert E. Howard.[1] [08.04.2015]

The Country of the Knife by Robert E. Howard.[1] [07.04.2015]

Blood of the Gods by Robert E. Howard.[1] [06.04.2015]

Hawk of the Hills by Robert E. Howard.[1] [05.04.2015]

The Daughter of Erlik Khan by Robert E. Howard.[1] [04.04.2015]

Witch from Hell's Kitchen by Robert E. Howard. [04.04.2015]

Black Canaan by Robert E. Howard.[1] [28.03.2015]

People of the Dark by Robert E. Howard. [27.03.2015]

The Voice of El-Lil by Robert E. Howard. [26.03.2015]

The Garden of Fear by Robert E. Howard. [26.03.2015]

The Valley of the Worm by Robert E. Howard. [26.03.2015]

The Dark Man by Robert E. Howard. [26.03.2015]

The Gods of Bal-Sagoth by Robert E. Howard. [25.03.2015]

Wings in the Night by Robert E. Howard.[1] [24.03.2015]

The Footfalls Within by Robert E. Howard.[1] [24.03.2015]

The Hills of the Dead by Robert E. Howard.[1] [24.03.2015]

The Moon of Skulls by Robert E. Howard.[1] [24.03.2015]

Spear and Fang by Robert E. Howard. [24.03.2015]

Rattle of Bones by Robert E. Howard.[1] [24.03.2015]

Skulls in the Stars by Robert E. Howard.[1] [24.03.2015]

Worms of the Earth by Robert E. Howard.[1] [23.03.2015]

Kings of the Night by Robert E. Howard. [23.03.2015]

The Lost Race by Robert E. Howard. [23.03.2015]

Red Shadows by Robert E. Howard.[1] [23.03.2015]

The Mirrors of Tuzun Thune by Robert E. Howard.[1] [22.03.2015]

The Shadow Kingdom by Robert E. Howard.[1] [22.03.2015]

Red Nails by Robert E. Howard.[1] [21.03.2015]

Solomon Kane's Homecoming by Robert E. Howard.[1] [18.03.2015]

Which Will Scarcely Be Understood by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

The Weakling by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

The Voices Waken Memory by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Visions by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

We are the duckers of crosses... by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

There's an isle far away on the breast of the sea... by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

There were three lads who went their destined ways... by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Swords glimmered up the pass... by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

The spiders of weariness come on me... by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Scarlet and gold are the stars tonight... by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

A sappe ther wos and that a crumbe manne... by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Rebel souls from the falling dark... by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Old Faro Bill was a man of might... by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Mingle my dust with the burning brand... by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Match a toad with a far-winged hawk... by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Hills of the North! Lavender hills... by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

And Dempsey climbed into the ring and the crowd... by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

All the crowd... by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Against the blood red moon a tower stands... by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

After the trumps are sounded... by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

A Tribute to the Sportsmanship of the Fans by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Toper by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

To the Contended by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

To a Woman by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Tides by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

The Tempter by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Surrender by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Sonora to Del Rio by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

A Song Out of Midian by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Song of the Pict by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

A Song of the Don Cossacks by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

The Song of the Bats by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

A Song of Cheer by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Skulls and Dust by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

The Skull in the Clouds by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Ships by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Shadows on the Road by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Shadow of Dreams by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Serpent by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Secrets by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

The Sea by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

The Sands of Time by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Sailor by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Rune by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Rules of Etiquette by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Roundelay of the Roughneck by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

A Roman Lady by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

The Robes of the Righteous by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

The Road of Azrael by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

The Riders of Babylon by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

The Ride of Falume by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Retribution by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Repentance by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Remembrance by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Red Thunder by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Recompense by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Rebellion by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Prude by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Private Magrath of the A.E.F by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

The Poets by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Poet by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

An Open Window by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

One Who Comes at Eventide by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

One Blood Strain by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

The One Black Stain by Robert E. Howard.[1] [18.03.2015]

Ocean-Thoughts by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Nun by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Nisapur by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

The Mountains of California by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

The Moor Ghost by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Moonlight on a Skull by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Moon Shame by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Moon Mockery by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Monarchs by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Miser's Gold by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Men of the Shadows by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

The Maiden of Kercheezer by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Lust by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Lines Written in the Realization That I Must Die by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Lines to G. B. Shaw by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Libertine by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Lesbia by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Laughter in the Gulfs by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Laughter by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

A Lady's Chamber by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

The Kissing of Sal Snooboo by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

The King and the Oak by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Kid Lavigne is Dead by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

John L. Sullivan by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Jack Dempsey by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Ivory in the Night by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Invective by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Illusion by Robert E. Howard. [18.03.2015]

Shadows in Zamboula by Robert E. Howard.[1] [16.03.2015]

Beyond the Black River by Robert E. Howard.[1] [16.03.2015]

Apparition in the Prize Ring by Robert E. Howard. [15.03.2015]

Jewels of Gwaluhr by Robert E. Howard.[1] [10.03.2015]

A Witch Shall Be Born by Robert E. Howard.[1] [10.03.2015]

The Devil in Iron by Robert E. Howard.[1] [08.03.2015]

The Dream and the Shadow by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

Haunting Columns by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

The Singer in the Mist by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

The Last Hour by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

The Soul-Eater by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

Hymn of Hatred by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

The Hills of Kandahar by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

The Heart of the Sea's Desire by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

The Harp of Alfred by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

A Great Man Speaks by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

The Gods of Easter Island by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

Girl by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

The Ghost Kings by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

The Gates of Nineveh by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

Futility by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

Forbidden Magic by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

Flaming Marble by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

Feach Air Muir Lionadhi Gealach Buidhe Mar Or by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

Fables for Little Folk by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

Eternity by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

Empire's Destiny by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

Emancipation by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

Easter Island by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

A Dull Sound as of Knocking by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

Dreams of Nineveh by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

Dreaming on Downs by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

Dreamer by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

Desert Dawn by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

Deeps by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

Dead Man's Hate by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

Crete by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

The Choir Girl by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

But the Hills Were Ancient Then by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

Black Chant Imperial by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

Babylon by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

Babel by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

"Aw Come on and Fight!" by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

Autumn by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

At the Bazaar by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

Arkham by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

An American Epic by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

An American by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

Ambition by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

Always Comes Evening by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

The Alamo by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

The Adventurer by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

Adventure by Robert E. Howard. [07.03.2015]

Queen of the Black Coast by Robert E. Howard.[1] [06.03.2015]

Shadows in the Moonlight by Robert E. Howard.[1] [04.03.2015]

Cimmeria by Robert E. Howard. [03.03.2015]

Gods of the North by Robert E. Howard.[1] [03.03.2015]

Rogues in the House by Robert E. Howard.[1] [03.03.2015]

The Pool of the Black One by Robert E. Howard.[1] [03.03.2015]

The Slithering Shadow by Robert E. Howard.[1] [02.03.2015]

Black Colossus by Robert E. Howard.[1] [02.03.2015]

The Tower of the Elephant by Robert E. Howard.[1] [01.03.2015]

The Scarlet Citadel by Robert E. Howard.[1] [28.02.2015]

The Phoenix on the Sword by Robert E. Howard.[1] [27.02.2015]

The Hyborian Age by Robert E. Howard.[1] [27.02.2015]

The Challenge from Beyond by A. Merritt, C. L. Moore, Frank Belknap Long, H. P. Lovecraft, and Robert E. Howard. [07.12.2014]

Julia Ward Howe[1] (0/1)

The Battle Hymn of the Republic by Julia Ward Howe.[1] [04.02.2016]

Hans Hoyng (0/1)

Divided States of America: Notes on the Decline of a Great Nation by Gregor Peter Schmitz, Hans Hoyng, Marc Hujer, and Ullrich Fichtner. [13.11.2012]

Bohumil Hrabal[1] (3/0)

Closely Watched Trains by Bohumil Hrabal.

I Served the King of England by Bohumil Hrabal.[1]

Too Loud a Solitude by Bohumil Hrabal.[1]

Hrafn Jónsson (0/19)

500.000 króna fíllinn í herberginu eftir Hrafn Jónsson. [25.05.2017]

Nótt hinna löngu hrífa eftir Hrafn Jónsson. [06.10.2016]

Okkar eigin Aleppo eftir Hrafn Jónsson. [02.09.2016]

Myrkasta tímalínan eftir Hrafn Jónsson. [07.04.2016]

Fjórar skoðanir eftir Hrafn Jónsson. [04.03.2016]

Hauskúpur og bein eftir Hrafn Jónsson. [28.01.2016]

Púkinn á öxlinni eftir Hrafn Jónsson. [18.09.2015]

Hamingjusama neysluhóran eftir Hrafn Jónsson. [14.08.2015]

Flug WW117 by Hrafn Jónsson. [21.05.2015]

Punglykt eftir Hrafn Jónsson. [16.04.2015]

Ballaðan um Bjarna Ben eftir Hrafn Jónsson. [12.02.2015]

Blautir Albaníudraumar eftir Hrafn Jónsson. [08.01.2015]

Útsýnið úr fílabeinsturninum eftir Hrafn Jónsson. [13.11.2014]

Grátur og gnístan tanna eftir Hrafn Jónsson. [16.10.2014]

Sjálfdautt mannorð eftir Hrafn Jónsson. [11.09.2014]

Gámakynslóðin eftir Hrafn Jónsson. [14.08.2014]

Rassgat eftir Hrafn Jónsson. [22.05.2014]

Þrotugur eftir Hrafn Jónsson. [20.03.2014]

Tíminn er eins og klósettvatnið eftir Hrafn Jónsson. [21.02.2014]

Hrafn Sverisson (0/1)

Morðóða kanínan eftir Hrafn Sverisson. Myndskreytt af Ingu Maríu Brynjarsdóttur. [24.04.2015]

Hrafnhildur Oddgeirsdóttir (0/1)

Hvörfin miklu eftir Hrafnhildi Oddgeirsdóttur. Myndskreytt af Fanneyju Sizemore. [24.04.2015]

Edwin Huang (0/1)

Skullkickers: Five Funerals & a Bucket of Blood by Jim Zubkavich. Illustrated by Edwin Huang. [08.01.2013]

Mariah Huehner (0/1)

"Fake" Nerd Girls, "Whores", and Sexism by Mariah Huehner. [08.01.2013]

Barry Hughart (1/0)

Bridge of Birds: A Novel of an Ancient China that Never Was by Barry Hughart.[1]

Hugleikur Dagsson[1] (30/3)

Pop Hits: The Lyrical Cartoons of Hugleikur Dagsson by Hugleikur Dagsson.[1] [07.04.2017]

Endir 4: Mamma eftir Hugleik Dagsson. Myndskreytt af Pétri Atla Antonssyni Crivello. [31.01.2016]

Endir 3: Ofan & neðan eftir Hugleik Dagsson. Myndskreytt af Lilju Hlín Pétursdóttur og Sigmundi Breiðfjörð Þorgeirssyni. [31.01.2016]

Hvað með börnin? eftir Hugleik Dagsson. [29.12.2015]

BestSellers: Book Covers by Hugleikur Dagsson. [22.07.2014]

Endir 2: Ógæfa eftir Hugleik Dagsson. Myndskreytt af Rán Flygenring. [28.12.2013]

Endir 1: Opinberun eftir Hugleik Dagsson. [22.11.2012]

Enn fleiri íslensk dægurlög eftir Hugleik Dagsson. [16.07.2012]

Popular Hits II by Hugleikur Dagsson. [13.12.2011]

Eineygði kötturinn Kisi og leyndardómar Eyjafjallajökuls eftir Hugleik Dagsson. Myndskreytt af Pétri Atla Antonssyni Crivello. [13.02.2011]

Garðarshólmi eftir Hugleik Dagsson. [01.02.2011]

Fleiri íslensk dægurlög eftir Hugleik Dagsson. [20.12.2010]

Eineygði kötturinn Kisi og hnakkarnir eftir Hugleik Dagsson. [31.08.2010]

Popular Hits by Hugleikur Dagsson. [19.04.2010]

Íslensk dægurlög eftir Hugleik Dagsson. [16.12.2009]

Eineygði kötturinn Kisi og ástandið, seinni hluti: Flóttinn frá Reykjavík eftir Hugleik Dagsson. [26.08.2009]

Should You Be Laughing at This? by Hugleikur Dagsson. [27.06.2009]

Garðarshólmi, önnur skorpa eftir Hugleik Dagsson. [09.06.2009]

Eineygði kötturinn Kisi og ástandið, fyrri hluti: Annus horribilis eftir Hugleik Dagsson. [11.04.2009]

Jarðið okkur eftir Hugleik Dagsson. [11.04.2009]

Ókei bæ tvö eftir Hugleik Dagsson. [26.08.2008]

Garðarshólmi eftir Hugleik Dagsson. [28.06.2008 - A graphic novel released as part of the Icelandic phone directory this year, one panel per page (making it over 1000 pages long!). A very interesting experiment - the author's work is very far from the mainstream and it seemed incongruous for something as mainstream as the phone directory to publish it. I quite enjoyed all of Hugleikur's previous work and this was no exception.]

Bjargið okkur eftir Hugleik Dagsson.

Drepið okkur eftir Hugleik Dagsson.

Elskið okkur eftir Hugleik Dagsson.

Fermið okkur eftir Hugleik Dagsson.

Forðist okkur eftir Hugleik Dagsson.

Fylgið okkur eftir Hugleik Dagsson.

Ókei bæ eftir Hugleik Dagsson.

Ríðið okkur eftir Hugleik Dagsson.


Kæri fáviti eftir Hugleik Dagsson. [16.09.2016]

ÓkeiPiss Vol. 5 ritstýrt af Hugleiki Dagssyni. [08.09.2015]

Ókeipiss, 3. tölublað ritstýrt af Hugleiki Dagssyni. [07.05.2013]

Victor Hugo[1] (0/1)

The Wheel of Omphale by Victor Hugo. Translated by Clark Ashton Smith. [25.08.2017]

Kevin Huizenga (0/1)

Glenn in Bed by Kevin Huizenga. [23.05.2014]

Marc Hujer (0/1)

Divided States of America: Notes on the Decline of a Great Nation by Gregor Peter Schmitz, Hans Hoyng, Marc Hujer, and Ullrich Fichtner. [13.11.2012]

David Hume (1/0)

Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion by David Hume.[1] [14.04.2012]

Nicholas Hune-Brown (0/1)

This Man Will Change the Way You Play Board Games by Nicholas Hune-Brown. [30.08.2016]

Ian Hunter[1] (0/1)

Thursday, 23 November 1972 by Ian Hunter.

Seb Hunter (1/0)

Hell Bent for Leather: Confessions of a Heavy Metal Addict by Seb Hunter.[1]

Andrew Hurley[1] (0/120)

The Book of Sand by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1] [12.08.2009; ]

The Book of Sand by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1] [12.08.2009; ]

The Disk by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1] [12.08.2009; ]

Avelino Arredondo by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley. [12.08.2009; ]

The Bribe by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley. [12.08.2009; ]

A Weary Man's Utopia by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley. [12.08.2009; ]

"Undr" by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley. [12.08.2009; ]

The Mirror and the Mask by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley. [12.08.2009; ]

The Night of the Gifts by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley. [12.08.2009; ]

The Sect of the Thirty by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley. [12.08.2009; ]

There Are More Things by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1] [12.08.2009; ]

The Congress by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1] [12.08.2009; ]

Ulrikke by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1] [12.08.2009; ]

The Other by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1] [12.08.2009; ]

A Biography of Tadeo Isidoro Cruz (1829-1874) by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

A Dialog About a Dialog by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

A Dialog Between Dead Men by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

A Prayer by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

A Problem by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

A Survey of the Works of Herbert Quain by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

A Theologian in Death by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

A Universal History of Iniquity by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Argumentum Ornithologicum by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Artifices by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

August 25, 1983 by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Averroës' Search by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Blue Tigers by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Borges and I by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Brodie's Report by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Brodie's Report by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Collected Fictions by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Covered Mirrors by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Death and the Compass by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Delia Elena San Marco by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Deutsches Requiem by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Dreamtigers by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Emma Zunz by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Et cetera by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Everything and Nothing by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Fictions by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

For Leopoldo Lugones by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Funes, His Memory by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Guayaquil by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Hakim, the Masked Dyer of Merv by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

His End and His Beginning by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Ibn-Hakam al-Bokhari, Murdered in His Labyrinth by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

In Memoriam, J.F.K. by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

In Praise of Darkness by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Inferno, I, 32 by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Juan Muraña by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Legend by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Mahomed's Double by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Man on Pink Corner by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Martín Fierro by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Monk Eastman, Purveyor of Iniquities by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Museum by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Mutations by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

On Exactitude in Science by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Parable of Cervantes and the Quixote by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Parable of the Palace by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Paradiso, XXXI, 108 by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Pedro Salvadores by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Pierre Menard, Author of the Quixote by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Ragnarök by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Shakespeare's Memory by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Shakespeare's Memory by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Story of the Warrior and the Captive Maiden by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Aleph by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Aleph by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Approach to Al-Mu'tasim by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Captive by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Chamber of Statues by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Circular Ruins by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Cruel Redeemer Lazarus Morell by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Cult of the Phoenix by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Dead Man by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Disinterested Killer Bill Harrigan by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Duel by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Elderly Lady by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Encounter by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The End by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Ethnographer by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Garden of Forking Paths by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Garden of Forking Paths by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Generous Enemy by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Gospel According to Mark by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The House of Asterion by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Immortal by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Interloper by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Library of Babel by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Lottery in Babylon by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Maker by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Maker by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Man on the Threshold by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Mirror of Ink by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Mountebank by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Other Death by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Other Duel by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Plot by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Rose of Paracelsus by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Secret Miracle by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Shape of the Sword by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The South by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Story from Rosendo Juárez by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Story of the Two Dreamers by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Theme of the Traitor and the Hero by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Theologians by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Two Kings and the Two Labyrinths by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Uncivil Teacher of Court Etiquette Kôtsuké no Suké by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Wait by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Window Ching—Pirate by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Witness by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Wizard that Was Made to Wait by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Writing of the God by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

The Yellow Rose by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

The Zahir by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Three Versions of Judas by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Tlön, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.[1]

Toenails by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Unworthy by Jorge Luis Borges. Translated by Andrew Hurley.

Gordon Hutner (0/1)

The Real Humanities Crisis Is Happening at Public Universities by Feisal G. Mohamed and Gordon Hutner. [08.09.2013]

Richard Hutton (0/1)

Evolution: The Triumph of an Idea by Carl Zimmer. Introduction by Stephen Jay Gould. Foreword by Richard Hutton. [14.08.2016]

Aldous Huxley[1] (4/67)

The Doors of Perception by Aldous Huxley.[1] [15.04.2015]

The Defeat of Youth and Other Poems by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

The Burning Wheel by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

Brave New World by Aldous Huxley.[1]


The Louse-Hunters by Arthur Rimbaud. Translated by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

L'Après-Midi d'un Faune by Stéphane Mallarmé. Translated by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

Scenes of the Mind by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

Poem by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

Stanzas by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

Return from Business by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

Panic by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

Points and Lines by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

On the Bus by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

Topiary by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

Social Amenities by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

Complaint of a Poet Manqué by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

The Life Theoretic by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

Crapulous Impression (To J.S.) by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

In Uncertainty to a Lady by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

The Decameron by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

Minoan Porcelain by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

Revelation by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

Private Property by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

Love Song by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

Valedictory by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

By the Fire by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

Waking by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

A Little Memory by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

The Alien by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

Italy by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

Anniversaries by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

Summer Stillness by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

Inspiration by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

Out of the Window by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

The Elms by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

The Flowers by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

Winter Dream by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

The Reef Poplars by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

Song of Poplars by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

The Defeat of Youth by Aldous Huxley. [29.03.2015]

The Walk by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

Fragment by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

Return to an Old Home by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

Complaint by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

Perils of the Small Hours by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

Formal Verses by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

Sonnet by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

The Higher Sensualism by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

The Choice by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

Sentimental Summer by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

Sonnet by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

Misplaced Love by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

The Ideal Found Wanting by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

The Canal by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

The Garden by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

Escape by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

"Contrary to Nature and Aristotle" by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

Books and Thoughts by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

Philoclea in the Forest by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

Philosophy by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

Variations on a Theme of Laforgue by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

The Mirror by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

Vision by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

Quotidian Vision by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

Two Realities by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

The Two Seasons by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

Mole by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

Darkness by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

Villiers de l'Isle-Adam by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

Doors of the Temple by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

The Burning Wheel by Aldous Huxley. [11.03.2015]

Jung Sun Hwang (0/2)

MangaBible Volume 2: Walls, Brawls, and the Great Rebellion: Numbers-Joshua-Judges-Ruth by Young Shin Lee. Illustrated by Jung Sun Hwang. [26.09.2011]

MangaBible Volume 1: Names, Games, and the Long Road Trip: Genesis-Exodus by Young Shin Lee. Illustrated by Jung Sun Hwang. [26.09.2011]

Höskuldur Ólafsson[1] (0/1)

Á sléttum úti eftir Höskuld Ólafsson. [01.05.2015]

I. A. Ibrahim (1/0)

A Brief Illustrated Guide to Understanding Islam by I. A. Ibrahim. [18.03.2012]

Shamira Ibrahim (0/1)

The Miseducation Is Overrated: A Wakeup Call to My Teenage Self by Shamira Ibrahim. [01.12.2015]

Iðunn Gróa Sighvatsdóttir (0/1)

Ekki strax eftir Iðunni Gróu Sighvatsdóttur. Myndskreytt af Þóreyju Mjallhvíti Heiðar- og Ómarsdóttur. [24.04.2015]

Illugi Jökulson (0/1)

Beðið eftir Beckett eftir Illuga Jökulson. [13.04.2013]

Halil Inalcik[1] (1/0)

The Ottoman Empire: The Classical Age 1300-1600 by Halil Inalcik.[1] [30.11.2009]

Indriði H. Indriðason (0/1)

Erindi nr. Þ 141/1028 eftir Indriða H. Indriðason. [14.12.2012 - Athugasemdir til stjórnskipunar- og eftirlitsnefndar Alþingis vegna frumvarps til stjórnskipunarlaga (þingskjal 510 - 415. mál). Komudagur 13.12.2012.]

Inga María Brynjarsdóttir (0/2)

Koffort dauðans eftir Ólínu Stefánsdóttur. Myndskreytt af Ingu Maríu Brynjarsdóttur. [24.04.2015]

Morðóða kanínan eftir Hrafn Sverisson. Myndskreytt af Ingu Maríu Brynjarsdóttur. [24.04.2015]

Robert G. Ingersoll (1/0)

Andlegt sjálfstæði eftir Pjetur G. Guðmundsson og Robert G. Ingersoll. [05.03.2012]

Jonh Ingham[1] (0/2)

The Sex Pistols (are four months old) by Jonh Ingham.

Tripping Down Blackberry Way by Jonh Ingham.

Ingibjörg Haraldsdóttir[1] (0/3)

Hundshjarta eftir Mikhail Bulgakov. Þýtt af Ingibjörgu Haraldsdóttur.[1]

Meistarinn og Margaríta eftir Mikhail Bulgakov. Þýtt af Ingibjörgu Haraldsdóttur.[1]

Örlagaeggin eftir Mikhail Bulgakov. Þýtt af Ingibjörgu Haraldsdóttur.[1]

Ingimundur gamli (1/0)

Leiðarvísir í ástamálum, Handbók hjóna og ástabréf eftir Ingimund gamla og Madömmu Tobbu. Inngangur eftir Örn Hrafnkelsson og Þorfinn Skúlason. [20.08.2012]

Ronald Inglehart[1] (1/0)

Sacred and Secular: Religion and Politics Worldwide by Pippa Norris and Ronald Inglehart.[1] [24.01.2010]

Ingólfur Arnar Stangeland (0/9)

Sanctuary by Ingólfur Arnar Stangeland. [07.03.2015]

Fear of the Dark by Ingólfur Arnar Stangeland. [07.03.2015]

Nightwings by Ingólfur Arnar Stangeland. [07.03.2015]

Mindlessness by Ingólfur Arnar Stangeland. [07.03.2015]

Secrets and Spies by Ingólfur Arnar Stangeland. [07.03.2015]

Kindergarten Logic by Ingólfur Arnar Stangeland. [07.03.2015]

The Burning Child by Ingólfur Arnar Stangeland. [07.03.2015]

The Boiling Man by Ingólfur Arnar Stangeland. [07.03.2015]

Numb by Ingólfur Arnar Stangeland. [07.03.2015]

Ingólfur Örn Björgvinsson (0/4)

Sögur úr Njálu: Vetrarvíg eftir Emblu Ýr Bárudóttur. Myndskreytt af Ingólfi Erni Björgvinssyni. [07.02.2009]

Sögur úr Njálu: Hetjan eftir Emblu Ýr Bárudóttur. Myndskreytt af Ingólfi Erni Björgvinssyni. [07.02.2009]

Sögur úr Njálu: Blóðregn eftir Emblu Ýr Bárudóttur. Myndskreytt af Ingólfi Erni Björgvinssyni. [07.02.2009]

Sögur úr Njálu: Brennan eftir Emblu Ýr Bárudóttur. Myndskreytt af Ingólfi Erni Björgvinssyni. [31.01.2009]

Ingunn Saga Sigbjörnsdóttir (0/1)

Komdu niður eftir Ingunni Sögu Sigbjörnsdóttur. [08.09.2015]

Ingunn Snædal (0/1)

Beðið fyrir brottnumdum eftir Jennifer Clement. Þýtt af Ingunni Snædal. [19.02.2016]

Ingunn Thorarensen (0/1)

Þórgnýr: Sonur stjarnanna eftir Jean Van Hamme. Myndskreytt af Grzegorz Rosinski. Þýtt af Ingunni Thorarensen. [28.04.2012]

Panos Ioannides (0/1)

Gregory by Panos Ioannides. Translated by Catherine Raizis and Marion Byron Raizis.

Louis Iribarne[1] (0/1)

More Tales of Pirx the Pilot by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Louis Iribarne, Magdalena Majcherczyk, and Michael Kandel.[1] [08.07.2013]

John Irving[1] (1/0)

The World According to Garp by John Irving.[1]

R. J. Ivankovic (0/1)

H. P. Lovecraft's The Call of Cthulhu for Beginning Readers by R. J. Ivankovic. [09.10.2013]

Ívar Jónsson (0/1)

Af hverju ég er ekki kristinn eftir Bertrand Russell. Þýtt af Ívari Jónssyni.[1] [04.01.2010]

Eddie Izzard (0/1)

Eddie Izzard Hails the Surrealist, Pioneering Genius of Monty Python by Eddie Izzard. [30.06.2014]

Steve Jackson[1] (5/0)

Fighting Fantasy 1: The Warlock of Firetop Mountain by Ian Livingstone and Steve Jackson.[1]

Sorcery! 1: The Shamutanti Hills by Steve Jackson.[1]

Sorcery! 2: Kharé - Cityport of Traps by Steve Jackson.[1]

Sorcery! 3: The Seven Serpents by Steve Jackson.[1]

Sorcery! 4: The Crown of Kings by Steve Jackson.[1]

Winifred Virginia Jackson (0/2)

The Green Meadow by H. P. Lovecraft and Winifred Virginia Jackson.[1] [11.01.2015]

The Crawling Chaos by H. P. Lovecraft and Winifred Virginia Jackson.[1] [13.06.2014; ]

Frank Jacobs (0/1)

Who Bit My Border? by Frank Jacobs. [04.11.2013]

Gloria Jacobs (1/0)

Re-Making Love: The Feminization of Sex by Barbara Ehrenreich, Elizabeth Hess, and Gloria Jacobs. [15.11.2010]

James Jacobs[1] (0/3)

Savage Tide Player's Guide by James Jacobs. Illustrated by Ben Wootten and Todd Lockwood. [11.02.2017]

Sasserine by James Jacobs. Illustrated by Ben Wootten. [19.01.2017]

There Is No Honor by James Jacobs. Illustrated by Ben Wootten. [10.01.2017]

Jakob Ævarsson (0/1)

Syndir skynseminnar: Saga heimspekilegrar kvenfyrirlitningar eftir Jakob Ævarsson. [22.01.2013]

Geoffrey James[1] (0/1)

The Tao of Programming by Geoffrey James.[1] [25.09.2015]

Jenna Jameson[1] (1/0)

How to Make Love Like a Porn Star: A Cautionary Tale by Jenna Jameson with Neil Strauss.[1] [29.07.2014]

Neill Jameson[1] (0/1)

Low Culture: Neill Jameson on Maybe Not Treating Women Like Sperm Receptacles by Neill Jameson. [29.08.2015]

Tama Janowitz[1] (1/1)

A Cannibal in Manhattan by Tama Janowitz.


You and the Boss by Tama Janowitz.

Klaus Janson (0/1)

Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Tenth Anniversary Edition by Frank Miller. Illustrated by Klaus Janson and Lynn Varley.[1] [28.04.2012]

Tove Jansson[1] (3/0)

Hvað gerðist þá? Bókin um Mímlu, Múminsnáðann og Míu litlu eftir Tove Jansson. Þýtt af Böðvari Guðmundssyni.[1][2] [12.05.2016]

A Winter Book: Selected Stories by Tove Jansson. Introduction by Ali Smith. Translated by David McDuff, Kingsley Hart, and Silvester Mazzarella.[1] [25.07.2012]

The Summer Book: A Novel by Tove Jansson. Foreword by Esther Freud. Translated by Thomas Teal.[1] [20.07.2012]

Jake Jaquet (0/1)

The Search for the Forbidden Chamber [...] by Jake Jaquet. [14.09.2015]

Jara Karlsdóttir (0/1)

Að mörgu er að hyggja eftir Jöru Karlsdóttur. [08.09.2015]

Alfred Jarry (0/1)

The Crucifixion Considered as an Uphill Bicycle Race by Alfred Jarry. Translated by Roger Shattuck. [21.03.2014; 28.05.2012]

Jerzy Jarzebski[1] (0/1)

Stanislaw Lem: A Cosmic Adventure of the Mind by Jerzy Jarzebski. [29.12.2016]

Jason[1] (16/0)

Athos in America by Jason. [14.04.2012]

Sshhhh! by Jason. [07.10.2011]

Isle of 100,000 Graves by Fabien Vehlmann and Jason. [27.09.2011]

The Iron Wagon by Jason. Based upon a novel by Stein Riverton. [15.09.2011]

Tell Me Something by Jason. [15.09.2011]

Low Moon by Jason. [14.09.2011]

I Killed Adolph Hitler by Jason. [09.08.2011 - Jason was born in Norway in 1965. Suddenly he spoke to a cat. Winter filled the room. They could see the ocean.]

Werewolves of Montpellier by Jason. [01.09.2010]

Meow, Baby! by Jason. [22.06.2009]

Pocket Full of Rain by Jason. [26.08.2008]

The Last Musketeer by Jason. [06.06.2008 - Graphic novels. I love Jason. Hey, Wait... is probably the saddest thing I've ever read.]

Why Are You Doing This? by Jason. [06.06.2008]

The Living and the Dead by Jason. [06.06.2008]

You Can't Get There from Here by Jason. [06.06.2008]

Hey, Wait... by Jason.

The Left Bank Gang by Jason.

Antony Jay[1] (0/1)

Yes Minister Brexit Special – Sir Humphrey Explains All by Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn. [09.08.2017]

Andrew C. Jefford (0/1)

Iguana Hunting by Hernán Lara Zavala. Translated by Andrew C. Jefford.

Stuart Jeffries (0/1)

Why Marxism Is on the Rise Again by Stuart Jeffries. [18.11.2014]

Elfriede Jelinek[1] (2/0)

Lust by Elfriede Jelinek.[1] [28.12.2008]

Women as Lovers by Elfriede Jelinek.[1] [15.12.2008]

Bill Jemas (0/1)

Ultimate Spider-Man 1: Powerless by Bill Jemas and Brian Michael Bendis. Illustrated by Mark Bagley. [17.08.2014]

Phillip C. Jennings (0/1)

Blandings on Riverworld by Phillip C. Jennings.

Cacilda Jethá (1/0)

Sex at Dawn: The Prehistoric Origins of Modern Sexuality by Cacilda Jethá and Christopher Ryan. [16.02.2013]

Feng Jicai[1] (0/1)

The Street-Sweeping Show by Feng Jicai. Translated by Susan Wilff Chen.

Penn Jillette (0/1)

Don't Replace Religion; End It by Penn Jillette. [23.01.2013]

Alejandro Jodorowsky[1] (1/3)

Inkal, fyrri hluti eftir Alejandro Jodorowsky. Myndskreytt af Mœbius. Þýtt af Ólöfu Pétursdóttur.[1][2] [13.04.2017]


Hið neðra eftir Alejandro Jodorowsky. Myndskreytt af Mœbius. Þýtt af Ólöfu Pétursdóttur. [13.04.2017]

Inkal ljóssins eftir Alejandro Jodorowsky. Myndskreytt af Mœbius. Þýtt af Ólöfu Pétursdóttur. [13.04.2017]

Svarti Inkalinn eftir Alejandro Jodorowsky. Myndskreytt af Mœbius. Þýtt af Ólöfu Pétursdóttur. [13.04.2017]

Jóhanna S. Sigþórsdóttir (0/1)

Makedóníuklukkan eftir Knud H. Thomsen. Þýtt af Jóhönnu S. Sigþórsdóttur.

Jóhannes Birkiland[1] (2/0)

Harmsaga æfi minnar: Hvers vegna ég varð auðnuleysingi eftir Jóhannes Birkiland. [14.11.2013]

Sannleikur eftir Jóhannes Birkiland. [29.10.2009]

Arit John (0/1)

Are Icelanders Racist? by Arit John. [24.12.2012]

Lizzy John (0/1)

The Dark Crystal: Creation Myths, Volume I by Brian Holguin. Illustrated by Alex Skeikham and Lizzy John.[1] [11.08.2013]

Antony Johnson (1/0)

Alan Moore's Yuggoth Cultures and Other Growths: A Collection of Stories Written by Alan Moore with Additional Stories Written by Antony Johnson and Inspired by H.P. Lovecraft by Alan Moore and Antony Johnson.[1] [16.02.2011]

Diane Johnson (0/1)

Scientology: The Story by Diane Johnson. [20.04.2013]

Jean Johnson[1] (1/0)

Bedtime Stories: A Collection of Erotic Fairy Tales by Jean Johnson.[1] [02.12.2013]

Charles H. Johnston[1] (0/1)

Eugene Onegin by Alexandr Sergeyevitch Pushkin. Translated by Charles H. Johnston.[1] [14.11.2016]

Gray Jolliffe[1] (0/1)

The Unadulterated Cat by Terry Pratchett. Illustrated by Gray Jolliffe.[1] [21.06.2016]

Jón Friðrik Jónatansson (0/1)

Björk Guðmundsdóttir: A Phonological, Phonetic and Sociolinguistic Approach by Jón Friðrik Jónatansson. [04.10.2013]

Jón Gnarr[1] (1/0)

Plebbabókin eftir Jón Gnarr. [15.08.2016]

Jón Gunnar Bernburg (0/2)

Panamamótmælin: Þátttaka almennings og markmið mótmælenda eftir Jón Gunnar Bernburg. [29.08.2016]

Mótmælin og stóra samhengið eftir Jón Gunnar Bernburg. [15.04.2016]

Jón Helgi Þórarinsson (0/1)

Spennufíklar í sæstrengsspreng eftir Jón Helga Þórarinsson og Rúnar Þórarinsson. [07.12.2012]

Jón Ingvar Kjaran (0/1)

Í fangabúðum nazista eftir Leif H. Muller. Inngangur eftir Hall Örn Jónsson og Jón Ingvar Kjaran.[1] [19.04.2017]

Jón Kalman Stefánsson (0/1)

Er Sigmundur Davíð lærdómur okkar af hruninu? eftir Jón Kalman Stefánsson. [06.04.2013]

Jón Ormur Halldórsson (1/1)

Spámaður í föðurlandi eftir Jón Orm Halldórsson.


Valdið færist til eftir Jón Orm Halldórsson. [06.04.2014]

Jón St. Kristjánsson (0/1)

Ótrúleg saga um risastóra peru eftir Jakob Martin Strid. Þýtt af Jóni St. Kristjánssyni.[1] [20.05.2013]

Jón Trausti Reynisson (0/4)

Eigum við að kenna börnunum okkar þetta? eftir Jón Trausta Reynisson. [18.12.2015]

Leyndarmálið: Ógnvekjandi heimssýn Sigmundar Davíðs eftir Jón Trausta Reynisson. [13.04.2014]

Aðlögun Bjarna að breyttu siðferði eftir Jón Trausta Reynisson. [25.02.2014]

Það er engin afsökun eftir Jón Trausta Reynisson. [24.02.2014]

Jón Örn Loðmfjörð (0/1)

Ég er siðblindur eftir Jón Örn Loðmfjörð. [08.09.2016]

Jón Þór Ólafsson (1/0)

The Game of Politics: Pursuit of Power over People by Jón Þór Ólafsson. [13.04.2013]

Andrew Jones (0/1)

Jake the Dreaming by Adam Freeman, Andrew Jones, and Marc Bernardin. [16.08.2014]

Malcolm Jones III[1] (0/5)

The Sandman Volume 1: Preludes and Nocturnes by Neil Gaiman. Introduction by Karen Berger. Illustrated by Malcolm Jones III, Mike Dringenberg, and Sam Kieth.[1][2] [19.07.2017]

The Sandman #8: The Sound of Her Wings by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Malcolm Jones III and Mike Dringenberg.[1] [19.07.2017]

The Sandman #7: Sound and Fury by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Malcolm Jones III and Mike Dringenberg.[1] [19.07.2017]

The Sandman #6: 24 Hours by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Malcolm Jones III and Mike Dringenberg.[1] [19.07.2017]

The Sandman #5: Passengers by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Malcolm Jones III and Sam Kieth.[1] [19.07.2017]

Mohammed Jones[1] (5/0)

Jesus and Mo Volume 5: Born Again by Mohammed Jones. [10.11.2012]

Jesus and Mo Volume 4: Big Al by Mohammed Jones. [09.11.2012]

Jesus and Mo Volume 3: Things Not Seen by Mohammed Jones. [08.11.2012]

Jesus and Mo Volume 2: Transubstantiated by Mohammed Jones. [08.11.2012]

Jesus and Mo Volume 1: "Where's the Soap?" by Mohammed Jones. [08.11.2012]

Rachel Jones (1/0)

The Coffee Tea or Me Girls Lay It on the Line by Rachel Jones and Trudy Baker.

Steve Jones (1/0)

Almost Like a Whale by Steve Jones.[1]

Erica Jong (1/0)

Fear of Flying by Erica Jong.[1]

Al Jourgensen (1/0)

Ministry: The Lost Gospels According to Al Jourgensen by Al Jourgensen with Jon Wiederhorn.[1] [21.07.2014]

James Joyce (1/0)

Dubliners by James Joyce.[1]

Norton Juster[1] (1/0)

The Phantom Tollbooth by Norton Juster. Illustrated by Jules Feiffer.[1]

Jökull Jakobsson[1] (0/1)

Metúsalem eftir Jökul Jakobsson. [30.06.2016]

Miles K (0/1)

Recognizing Your Ex-Girlfriend in Porn by Miles K. [23.08.2013]

Franz Kafka[1] (7/77)

Bréf til föðurins eftir Franz Kafka.[1] [31.12.2008]

A Country Doctor by Franz Kafka.[1]

A Hunger Artist by Franz Kafka.[1]

Amerika by Franz Kafka.[1]

Contemplation by Franz Kafka.[1]

The Complete Stories by Franz Kafka. Foreword by John Updike.[1]

The Trial by Franz Kafka.[1]


Shamefaced Lanky and Impure in Heart by Franz Kafka.[1] [05.12.2016]

A Little Fable by Franz Kafka. Illustrated by Vincent Stall. [20.04.2014]

A Common Confusion by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

A Country Doctor by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

A Crossbreed by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

A Dream by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

A Fratricide by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

A Hunger Artist by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

A Little Fable by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

A Little Woman by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

A Report to an Academy by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir, James Stern, Tania Stern, and Willa Muir.[1]

A Visit to a Mine by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

Absent-minded Window-gazing by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

Advocates by Franz Kafka. Translated by James Stern and Tania Stern.[1]

An Imperial Message by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

An Old Manuscript by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

At Night by Franz Kafka. Translated by James Stern and Tania Stern.[1]

Bachelor's Ill Luck by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

Before the Law by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

Blumfeld, an Elderly Bachelor by Franz Kafka. Translated by James Stern and Tania Stern.[1]

Children on a Country Road by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

Clothes by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

Description of a Struggle by Franz Kafka. Translated by James Stern and Tania Stern.[1]

Eleven Sons by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

Excursion into the Mountains by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

Fellowship by Franz Kafka. Translated by James Stern and Tania Stern.[1]

First Sorrow by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

Give it Up! by Franz Kafka. Translated by James Stern and Tania Stern.[1]

Home-Coming by Franz Kafka. Translated by James Stern and Tania Stern.[1]

In the Penal Colony by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

Investigations of a Dog by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

Jackals and Arabs by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

Josephine the Singer, or The Mouse Folk by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

My Neighbor by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

On Parables by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

On the Tram by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

Passers-by by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

Poseidon by Franz Kafka. Translated by James Stern and Tania Stern.[1]

Prometheus by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

Reflections for Gentlemen-Jockeys by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

Rejection by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

Resolutions by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

The Bridge by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

The Bucket Rider by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

The Burrow by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

The Cares of a Family Man by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

The City Coat of Arms by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

The Conscription of Troops by Franz Kafka. Translated by James Stern and Tania Stern.[1]

The Departure by Franz Kafka. Translated by James Stern and Tania Stern.[1]

The Great Wall of China by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir, James Stern, Tania Stern, and Willa Muir.[1]

The Helmsman by Franz Kafka. Translated by James Stern and Tania Stern.[1]

The Hunter Gracchus by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir, James Stern, Tania Stern, and Willa Muir.[1]

The Judgment by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

The Knock at the Manor Gate by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

The Married Couple by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

The New Advocate by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

The Next Village by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

The Problem of Our Laws by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

The Refusal by Franz Kafka. Translated by James Stern and Tania Stern.[1]

The Silence of the Sirens by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

The Street Window by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

The Sudden Walk by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

The Test by Franz Kafka. Translated by James Stern and Tania Stern.[1]

The Top by Franz Kafka. Translated by James Stern and Tania Stern.[1]

The Tradesman by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

The Trees by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

The Truth about Sancho Panza by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

The Village Schoolmaster by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

The Vulture by Franz Kafka. Translated by James Stern and Tania Stern.[1]

The Warden of the Tomb by Franz Kafka. Translated by James Stern and Tania Stern.[1]

The Way Home by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

The Wish to be a Red Indian by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

Unhappiness by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

Unmasking a Confidence Trickster by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

Up in the Gallery by Franz Kafka. Translated by Edwin Muir and Willa Muir.[1]

Wedding Preparations in the Country by Franz Kafka. Translated by Eithne Wilkins and Ernst Kaiser.[1]

Robert Kagan[1] (0/1)

This is how fascism comes to America by Robert Kagan. [20.05.2016]

Daniel Kahnemann[1] (1/2)

Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahnemann.[1] [15.07.2015]


Choices, Values, and Frames by Amos Tversky and Daniel Kahnemann. [15.07.2015]

Judgment Under Uncertainty: Heuristics and Biases by Amos Tversky and Daniel Kahnemann. [14.07.2015]

Ernst Kaiser[1] (0/1)

Wedding Preparations in the Country by Franz Kafka. Translated by Eithne Wilkins and Ernst Kaiser.[1]

Michael Wm. Kaluta[1] (0/2)

Chronicle of the Last Emperor of Melniboné Volume 5: Elric in the Dream Realms by Michael Moorcock. Foreword by Neil Gaiman. Illustrated by Michael Wm. Kaluta.[1] [20.07.2016]

Chronicle of the Last Emperor of Melniboné Volume 2: Elric: To Rescue Tanelorn by Michael Moorcock. Foreword by Walter Mosley. Illustrated by Michael Wm. Kaluta.[1] [04.07.2016]

Michael Kandel[1] (0/22)

Peace on Earth by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Elinor Ford and Michael Kandel.[1] [22.07.2017]

Being an Editor by Michael Kandel. [31.03.2017]

A Perfect Vacuum by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel.[1] [30.12.2016]

The New Cosmogony by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel. [30.12.2016]

Non Serviam by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel. [30.12.2016]

De Impossibilitate Vitae and De Impossibilitate Prognoscendi by Cezar Kouska by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel. [30.12.2016]

Die Kultur als Fehler by Wilhelm Klopper by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel. [30.12.2016]

Being Inc. by Alastair Waynewright by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel. [28.12.2016]

Toi by Raymond Seurat by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel. [28.12.2016]

Odysseus of Ithaca by Kuno Mlatje by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel. [28.12.2016]

U-Write-It by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel. [28.12.2016]

Idiota by Gian Carlo Spallanzani by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel. [28.12.2016]

Pericalypsis by Joachim Fersengeld by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel. [28.12.2016]

Rein du tout, ou la conséquence by Solange Marriot by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel. [28.12.2016]

Gruppenführer Louis XVI by Alfred Zellerman by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel. [27.12.2016]

Sexplosion by Simon Merrill by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel. [27.12.2016]

Gigamesh by Patrick Hannahan by Stanislaw Lem. Translated by Michael Kandel. [26.12.2016]

Les Robinsonades by Marcel Coscat by Sta