“Like an unfunny refraction of Woody Allen’s Manhattan, with Paulo as Isaac, Gersão’s novel is a celebration of setting; the story, a touch tiresome owing to Paulo’s nonstop mope, gives way to the loveliness of place. The quiet echoes of Read on! →
“At some point in the summer of 1977, roughly eight months into a nightshift factory job in Grenoble, I woke up hungover one sweltering afternoon and decided to phone a close German friend, or perhaps it was my ex in Read on! →
Later this month, join GRATTAN AND ME author, Tom O’Neill in conversation with longtime New York Times contributor, John Freeman Gil. For more information about the event, visit the Community Bookstore website. May 23, 2017, 7:00 PM Community Bookstore 143 Read on! →
“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! →
Listen to the program online here.
“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! →
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! →
“Recounting provides an illuminating account of the political ferment in Catalonia during the Spanish Civil War, as well as showing us the philosophical development of the tale’s fearless protagonist. Brendan Riley’s translation is fluid and engaging . . .” Read the full Read on! →
Read the excerpt of “5creenstars” online.
ATTENTION TRANSLATORS: Dalkey Archive Press is pleased to announce that we are now accepting submissions of recent or forthcoming short stories and stand-alone novel extracts by European authors for Best European Fiction 2019. We are looking for translations from all Read on! →