In the Times Literary Supplement (2 December 2016) Michael LaPointe reviews several titles dealing with transnational literature — including my very own The Complete Review Guide to Contemporary World Fiction.
A great review, in which he notes:
Orthofer’s Guide, which one can hardly believe was written by a single individual, traces almost every nation’s literature since 1945, with a particular emphasis on the past two decades.
And he suggests it is:
(T)he most complete resource for readers of a transnational bent, interested in further expanding their horizons.
Especially impressive are the chapters on Chinese and Iranian fiction, and adventurous readers will make good on the inclusion of sub-genres