Paul Auster Books

Literary Journals and Other Periodicals

The New York Times, May 2, 2024

Full print newspaper. Contains the obit 'Postmodernist Who Embodied Rich Literary Past of Brooklyn' by Alex Williams on front page, continued on A20 as 'Paul Auster, 77, Who Embodied Brooklyn's Literary Past, Dies'. Also on A20, Appraisal: 'A Complicated, Generous Life Yielded Work of Staggering Variety' by Lucy Sante.
The New York Times Company: New York, May 2, 2024.

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Harper’s, April 2022

Glossy wrappers. Auster contributes the short story ‘Worms’.
Harper's Magazine: New York, April 2022.

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4 3 2 1 Signed Broadside

Limited edition (75 copies), letterpress broadside measuring 14 x 11". Signed by Paul Auster. An excerpt from Paul Auster's novel 4 3 2 1, printed by supersession press on the occasion of Paul Auster's appearance in the Rain Taxi Reading Series.

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Harper’s, vol. 326, No 1954, March 2013

Glossy pictorial wrappers. Auster contributes 'Alphabet Cities' along with J.M. Coetzee, excerpted from Here and Now.
Harper's Magazine: New York, March 2013.

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Granta 125: After the War

ISBN-1905881711

Glossy illustrated wrappers. Features Hertra Müller, Lindsey Hilsum, Romesh Gunesekera, and others. Auster contributes memoir, 'You Remember the Planes'.
Granta Books: New York, October 17, 2013.

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Monkey Business: New Writing from Japan Volume 3

ISBN-074470263708

Glossy wrappers. With the debut work of Japan’s Grandma Moses of literature, Masatsugu Ono’s tale of monkeys and men, new stories by Hiromi Kawakami, Gen’ichiro Takahashi, Mieko Kawakami, and more. Auster contributes two stories, ‘Invasions’ and ‘The Hlumes’.
Stonebridge Press: Canada, 2013.

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Columbia Magazine, Fall 2012

Softcover. Illustrated with paintings by Sam Messer and a portrait photograph. Signed on the cover by Messer. Features an interview with Auster, ‘The Solitude of Invention’. 4to, 64 pages.
Columbia Magazine: New York: 2012.

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Granta 117: Horror

ISBN-1905881363

Illustrated wrappers. John Freeman, ed. Cover art by Jake & Dinos Chapman. Contributors include Daniel Alarcón, Tom Bamforth, Roberto Bolaño, Don Delillo, Mark Doty, Sarah Hall, Stephen King, Julie Otsuka, Rajesh Parameswaran, D.A. Powell, Santiago /Roncagliolo, Will Self, and Joy Williams. Signed by Auster, Delillo, Parameswaran, and Otsuka at their contributions. Auster contributes memoir: 'Your Birthday Has Come and Gone'.
Grove Press/Granta Publications: New York, October 2011.

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The Paris Review Interviews vol. IV

ISBN-9780312427443

First edition, first printing. Printed wrappers with French folds, deckle fore edge. Philip Gourevitch, ed. Introduction by Salman Rushdie. Features William Styron, Marianne Moore, Ezra Pound, Jack Kerouac, E.B. White, P.G. Wodehouse, John Ashbery, Philip Roth, Maya Angelou, Stephen Sondheim, V.S. Naipaul, Haruki Murakami, Orhan Pamuk, David Grossman, and Marilynne Robinson. Includes Auster's The Art of Fiction interview from 2003. 478 pages.
Picador: New York, 2009.

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Granta 106: New Fiction Special

ISBN-9781929001361

First edition, first printing. Glossy illustrated wrappers. Alex Clark, ed. Illustration by Toby Glanville. Signed by Paul Auster and Eleanor Catton at their contributions. Other work from Ha Jin, Nicola Barker, Helen Simpson, William Pierce, Chris Ware, Adam Thirlwell, Amy Bloom, John Banville, Jhumpa Lahiri, and Mavis Gallant. Auster contributes from Invisible. 256 pages.
Grove Press/Granta Publications: New York, 2009.

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The Believer 21, vol. 3, no. 1, February 2005

Stiff paper wrappers. Small 4to. Subscription card included. Andrew Leland, managing ed. Articles by Mark Oppenheimer, Mark Swartz, Ginger Strand, and Jim Shepard. Interviews with Eve Sussman, Todd Solondz, Paul Auster, and Jonathan Lethem. 87 pages.
The Believer: San Francisco, 2005.

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Granta 87: Jubilee! The 25th Anniversary Issue

ISBN-9781929001170

Pictorial wrappers. Ian Jack, ed. Signed by Paul Auster (who contributes from The Brooklyn Follies), Martin Amis, and Graham Swift. Other contributors include Amit Chaudhuri, Philip Gourevitch, Jan Morris, Wendell Steavenson, Tim Adams, James Hamilton-Paterson, Patricia Hampl, Isabel Hilton, Pankaj Mishra, Blake Morrison, William Boyde, J. Robert Lennon, Helen Simpson, V.S. Pritchett, and Toby Glanville (picture essay).
Grove Press/Granta: New York, October 14, 2004.

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