On November 30, the Jarrold Department Store in Norwich will host author Christopher Woodall at an event celebrating the launch of his debut novel, NOVEMBER. For more information about the event and where you can get tickets, click here.
Like many postmodern Yugoslav novels, Jovanka Živanović’s slim debut, Fragile Travelers, mines magical realism in its shifts between, and merging of, reality and fantasy. Read the full review here. An interview with the author is also available on our site. Fragile Read on! →
A Conversation with Jovanka Živanović by Jovanka Kalaba Fragile Travelers is now available for purchase. How do you see your book “Putnici od stakla” (“Fragile Travelers”)? What impulse drove you to write it? It’s a story about longing for beauty Read on! →
Originally broadcast on October 21, 2016, Rachel Monroe sits down with Dublin-based author, musician, publisher, educator, public speaker, and broadcaster, Jonathan Creasy. The main topic of discussion is Creasy’s latest work, in which he highlights the renowned artists and instructors at Black Mountain College, one of Read on! →
Author Pablo Katchadijan will be traveling to the United States in mid-October to promote his upcoming Dalkey Archive Press title, WHAT TO DO. You can attend Katchadijan’s readings at the following times and locations. Please click the related links for more Read on! →
Join us at two author events this week to celebrate the launch of A CONTRIVED WORLD. These two events will feature a reading, Q&A with the author, and a book signing. THURSDAY: 7 :00 PM – July 16, 2016: Brazos Read on! →
Since his first novel, inspired by the assassination attempt on Pope John Paul II, Korean writer, Lee Seung-U, has published five short story collections and nine award-winning novels, including The Reverse Side of Life (a finalist for the Prix Femina) Read on! →
Forthcoming in March 2015, Addendum to A Photo Album by Vladislav Otroshenko, translated by Lisa Hayden. Listen to Lisa Hayden reading Part 1 of the book.
Louis Zukofsky (1904-1978) was one of the most important of America’s modernist poets and is perhaps best known for his long poem A. He lived most of his life in New York City, near the print shop where Walt Whitman’s Read on! →