(1972 - )
Gary Shteyngart was born in Leningrad in 1972 and came to the US seven years later. He lives in New York.
Gary Shteyngart recommends
Home Land (2004)
"Genius. As eloquent and delirious a rant I've heard since Henry Miller."
Y Euny Hong
"Clever, smart and oh so terribly funny, Kept is perfect for the beach tote or for sneaking into your graduate seminar. This is a volume to treasure."
Twenty Grand (2007)
"A book as delightful as it is disturbing. In a world of smug lies, Curtis writes exactly what needs to be written, and she writes it beautifully."
This Must Be the Place (2008)
"An essential love story for our confused and difficult times."
In the Rooms (2009)
"A sweet and savvy page-turner."
The Sugar Frosted Nutsack (2012)
"America should treasure its rare, true original voices and Mark Leyner is one of them. So treasure him already, you bastards!"
You & Me (2012)
"You & Me, mixed with 750ml of fine bourbon, is the most vfun you can have in many states without getting arrested."
Antonia Lively Breaks the Silence (2013)
David Samuel Levinson
"A sweet, smart, tasty book, it hooked me from the strat and swiftly pulled me to shore."
Vintage Attraction (2013)
"IF YOU LIKE PUGS, WINE, AND GREECE, VINTAGE ATTRACTION IS FOR YOU. I LOVRD EVERY WORD."
Where Earth Meets Water (2014)
"Smart and insightful."
The Hollow Ground (2014)
Natalie S Harnett
"This cursed Irish-American clan will grab you by the brisket and not let go. Delicious reading!"
The Imperial Wife (2016)
"Dazzling and insanely ambitious."
The Night Ocean (2017)
Paul La Farge
"The best novel of the year, almost any year."
Reservoir 13 (2017)
"John McGregor is one of the UK's most fascinating and versatile writers. The fact that most American readers have never heard of him does not speak well of us. Let's all buy his book NOW."
Gork, the Teenage Dragon (2017)
"Gabe Hudson may well be the funniest writer working today, and the most likely to break your heart."
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