Yuri Herrera - Signs Preceding the End of the World. A very good novella about a Mexican woman who crosses the US border. Bolaņo is an obvious comparison in the way it switches between casual realism and dreamlike passages, but it also reminded me a bit of people like Calvino at times. Recommended.
and am currently reading:
Tolstoy - Anna Karenina. On and off for several months but closing in on the end. I'm enjoying it.
Alexandra Kleeman - You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine. A sometimes dark, sometimes quite funny novel centered around the strangeness of the physical body. Full of sentences that almost make sense, like "Hair had always been our way of telling ourselves apart.", or "I had at least one eye, pointing straight upward." I'm not sure this'll hold my interest all the way through (I'm halfway there), but it's still striking and I'm glad I picked it up.
Joan Didion - The White Album. Picked this up because I was in Sacramento a few weekends ago. I don't read a lot of essays but Didion makes me feel like maybe I should.
Fernando Pessoa - a collection of stuff from The Book Of Disquiet. So far I find this fairly boring - I suspect Pessoa is more interesting as an idea and as a biography than he is as an author.