REVIEW: World Literature Today reviews LOVE AT LAST SIGHT

“Vedrana Rudan’s new provocatrice, Tilda (unnamed until the penultimate chapter), recalls the protagonist of her first novel, Night, both middle-aged, middle-class wives with a daughter and a lover. Its focus the sexual battlefield—if Love at Last Sight does not, like Night, foreground realpolitik—it censures Read on! →

REVIEW: Dublin Review of Books on OUR DEAD WORLD

“In this short book, Colanzi offers an extraordinary density of ideas, transmitted in shape-shifting and affecting prose. The translator, Jessica Sequiera, deserves immense credit for her deft rendering of this complex work.” Read the full review online at The Dublin Read on! →

REVIEW: The Arts Fuse reviews THE DOGS OF INISHERE

“Even at their most fantastic, the characters in her stories often possess a keen sense of observation, enhanced by a talent for analysis that turns parts of these texts into mini-essays. This intellectual proclivity complicates these deceptively simple tales.” Read Read on! →

Oxford Translation Day 2017

On June 3rd, St Anne’s College will be running Oxford Translation Day, a celebration of literary translation consisting of workshops and talks throughout the day at St Anne’s and around the city, culminating in the award of the Oxford-Weidenfeld Translation Read on! →