“… take their word for it, then: it’s literature. For sure it’s European, and it’s of much interest to literary readers and writers on this side of the pond.” —Kirkus Read the review
“Returning closer to home, the anthology Best European Fiction 2016 combines 29 different writers from across the continent, here translated into English. Concerned largely with politics or literature, the standout story is Veronika Simoniti’s pertinent A House of Paper, in which a translator is convinced Read on! →
Dalkey Archive Press is pleased to announce that we are now accepting submissions of recent or forthcoming European short stories and stand-alone novel extracts for Best European Fiction 2017. We are looking for translations from all the countries that represent Read on! →
Starting in September, Bowery Poetry is bringing you three, five-week workshops with some of the most exciting poets, artists, and educators New York City has to offer. Workshops will be held on Sundays from 1-3PM at Bowery Poetry Club, with free coffee Read on! →
S.D.Chrostowska, the author of acclaimed Permission (2013) is preparing a new book, Matches, to be published this fall by punctun books. Read the excerpts at BOMB Magazine site.
M.A.Orthofer reviews Urgency and Patience by Jean-Philippe Toussaint “It makes for a nice, tight, spare collection, Toussaint boiled down to the essentials, with no wasted words or thoughts — and yet also with a comfortable ease to the writing (it’s Read on! →
We invite you to a book launch of Philosophical Toys by Susana Medina. July 17, 7.30 pm, The Cock Tavern, 23 Phoenix Road, Euston, London, NW1 1H (map) The book will be introduced by Lorna Scott Fox and Joanna Walsh. Read on! →
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“This year’s Lavrinova Diploma award, conferred by the Slovenian Literary Translators’ Association for major contributions in the transfer of Slovenian literature to other nations, will go to US translator and Slovenian language professor Michael Biggins. The association has said it Read on! →
“… [the book] gives Bury an opportunity to speak his mind about what it means to be trained as a professional literary critic and the very real personal and professional questions and concerns related to that pursuit. “… this engaging, Read on! →