- Natives of Rock: XX Poems, 1921-22
- One of the lesser known literary figures among the American expatriates living in France during the 1920s, Glenway Wescott was in fact a novelist of critical importance who later made a name for himself as one of the first openly gay writers.
- Apartment in Athens (New York Review Books Classics)
- Like Wescott's extraordinary novella The Pilgrim Hawk (which Susan Sontag described in The New Yorker as belonging "among the treasures of 20th-century American literature"), Apartment in Athens concerns an unusual triangular relationship.
- Images of Truth: Remembrances and Criticism
- A collection of critical essays and reminiscences about his friendships with and admiration for Katherine Anne Porter, Somerset Maugham, Colette, Isak Dinesen, Thomas Mann and Thornton Wilder.
- The Pilgrim Hawk (excerpt) (Electric Literature's Recommended Reading Book 5)
- Michael Cunningham, Pulitzer Prize winning author of "The Hours," recommends an "invisible classic" that was nearly lost to time.
Born April 11, 1901