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and an excerpt of his new book, MARGARITO AND THE SNOWMAN, here.
“The nirvana of what I do is to capture for an English-speaking reader, let’s hope, most of the aesthetic and intellectual charm, delight, and beauty of the original,” Woods said. “More, I can’t do.” Read the complete article, by Esther Read on! →
Take Bram Stoker’s Dracula and place it within the context of the last days of Soviet-ruled Estonia, and you get Mati Unt’s Diary of a Blood Donor. Read more and see the full list at The Culture Trip. Diary of Read on! →
Literary critic Eileen Battersby’s first novel is psychologically astute. Read the full review at The Irish Times. Teethmarks on My Tongue is forthcoming from Dalkey Archive Press.
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! →
Can horrific psychic wounds from wartime ever really heal? Can one merely will oneself to forget? These are the major themes explored in this newly translated novel by Gabriela Adameșteanu. Read the full review here. The Encounter is available for 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! →
“Academia has always had its well-read contrarians like Harold Bloom, who can pile up speaking engagements and publishing contracts. Meanwhile, Kenner has gone out of print. By studying the Modernist poets, Kenner dedicated himself to writers who had slipped into Read on! →