Welcome to my very low-fi website, which contains links to my recent
fiction, reviews, essays, and interviews, along with a few of the older ones.

I have a novel coming out Fall 2018, but there’s no info online about it yet.

My wife Danielle and I run the feminist press Dorothy, a Publishing Project.

We both teach at Washington University in St. Louis.

I’m not on any social media, but if you want to email me, it’s martincriker [at] gmail [dot] com.

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Mike McCormack’s Solar Bones in the New York Times Book Review

Fleur Jaeggy in the New York Times Book Review

Ales Steger’s Absolution in the TLS

Guy de Maupassant in the Wall Street Journal

Interview with Joanna Ruocco

Marguerite Duras in the Wall Street Journal

“Really the Blues” in the Wall Street Journal

Interview with Donald Breckenridge

Orhan Pamuk in the New York Times Book Review

Interview with Jeremy M. Davies

Wolfgang Hilbig in the Wall Street Journal

Simon Leys in the Wall Street Journal

“Experimental Fiction” in the New York Times Book Review

Joe Brainard and Georges Perec in the Wall Street Journal

Mina Loy’s Insel in the Wall Street Journal

Interview with Gregory Howard

Fiction in the Spring 2014 Conjunctions

Daniel Anselme’s On Leave in the New York Times Book Review

Mircea Cartarescu in the London Review of Books

Interview with Curtis White

Karen Green’s Bough Down in the Wall Street Journal

Ahmet Hamdi Tanpinar in the New York Times Book Review

Professor Borges in the Wall Street Journal

Imre Kertesz in the New York Times Book Review

Declaring His Genius, Roy Morris’s biography of Oscar Wilde in
America in the Wall Street Journal

Paul Auster and J.M. Coetzee’s Here and Now in the
New York Times Book Review

The fiction of Pierre Michon in the Wall Street Journal

Jorge Amado in the Wall Street Journal

Interview with Flood Editions

“David Wallace” in the Brooklyn Rail

Fourteen Questions for Jean-Philippe Toussaint

Work and Play: A Conversation with Warren Motte

“Reading Viktor Shklovsky” in CONTEXT

“Reading Piotr Szewc” in CONTEXT

Article on translated literature in the Guardian

“Gilbert Sorrentino” in Blackwell’s Encyclopedia of 20th C Fiction

Translation roundtable write-up in Inside Higher Education

Patrik Ourednik from Chicago Review

Gilbert Sorrentino’s Little Casino from the Review of Contemporary Fiction

Lyn Hejinian’s The Fatalist from Review of Contemporary Fiction