I have a number of scholarly publications about literary theory and Polish and Russian literature, but the latest is peripherally related to photography--"The Street of Crocodiles" and Other Stories by Bruno Schulz with a foreword by Jonathan Safran Foer and my introduction. Bruno Schulz was a Polish-Jewish writer who lived in the now Ukrainian town of Drohobych from 1892 until he was killed by a Nazi officer in 1942. He was also a graphic artist who used the technique of cliché-verre, which involved etching a negative by hand with a stylus onto a blackened glass plate and printing it onto photographic paper. Some of his drawings are reproduced with the stories.
Here's an Amazon link, if you're curious--