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October 12, 2011
The Boston Globe Reviews “Lightning Rods”
The full review is here.
October 10, 2011
A Toast to Tomas Tranströmer
To say that it’s been a bit crazy around here since Swedish poet Tomas Tranströmer won the 2011 Nobel Prize in Literature last Thursday is a vast understatement. We were giddy, of course. Beside ourselves. There’s nothing quite like the Nobel Prize to remind you — to reassure you...
October 10, 2011
Joe Strummer + Allen Ginsberg = Arthur Rimbaud (and methadone kitties!)
In terms of cultural popularity, the most enduring songs on Combat Rock — The Clash’s fifth studio album — are, in no particular order, “Rock the Casbah”, “Should I Stay or Should I Go”, and “Know Your Rights”. The best song on the album,...
October 06, 2011
Bookforum Absolutely Loves Helen DeWitt’s “Lightning Rods”
Read the full review.
September 30, 2011
Bookslut on Bolano's “Tres”
Read all of Jesse Tangen-Mills review of Tres here.
September 30, 2011
A Wide-Ranging Roberto Bolaño Review in The New York Review of Books
Read the full review here. (subscription required)
September 30, 2011
Helen DeWitt Interviewed in Bookforum
Among other things, she discusses the influence of "Springtime for Hitler" on her new novel Lightning Rods. Read it here.
September 29, 2011
Publishers Weekly on Clarice Lispector
Publishers Weekly’s Craig Morgan Teicher chats with translator Ben Moser about Clarice Lispector. Read it here.
June 22, 2010
ND Interviews: Anna Kushner
Kushner's “commanding translation captures the unlikely combination of insouciance and resignation that defines Rosales’s tone.” (Words Without Borders). Anna tells the story of discovering the book in Spanish, and the following journey of securing the rights to the book in order to translate it. ...