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Set in the mid 1980s, Battersby’s debut follows a couple of years in the much disrupted life of Helen Stockton Defoe of Richmond, Virginia, a teenager who witnesses her mother’s shooting death on television. Unable to bear life with her Read on! →
You can listen to the entire interview about her new book TEETHMARKS ON MY TONGUE, here.
for being awarded a 60,000 Euro grant to support ten translations from Eastern European countries. You can read an interview with Publisher John O’Brien about the award here
and an excerpt of his new book, MARGARITO AND THE SNOWMAN, here.
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for winning an award at the PRO-ZA Balkan Festival in Macedonia, organized by Dejan Trajkoski and quickly becoming a major literary festival for the Balkans. Gospodinov’s latest novel is The Physics of Sorrow, available from Open Letter Press, and receiving much Read on! →
“Youval Shimoni’s A Room is a big book. The 597 pages of Michael Sharp’s translation from the Hebrew into English weighs a little under two pounds. And yet it feels like it should be bigger, should weigh more: the novel Read on! →