Thanks to astute reader DM for pointing out to me that, if you’re at all interested in this sort of thing, Kafka and Wittgenstein is now available for pre-order on Amazon (so you can add it to your Shame List, see below). Don’t be too scared by that $95 cover price you see — that’s for the cloth (i.e. library) edition. In recent years Northwestern University Press has made the people-friendly and smart move to simultaneously release a paper edition for the common (Schu)man, at the still-relatively-pricey-but-normal-person-ranged $33 point or so.
Soon I hope the Amazon listing will display the cover art, which I have seen, and which is FANTASTIC (hint: it uses Bauhaus colors, so it’s bright and shiny and cheery! The ol’ bait and switch!), but for now, all you get is this (complete with my out-of-date biography; ah well). At any rate, I think Jay Sherman said it best when he said it in cardboard: