Literary events in and around the Bay Area this week!
Tags: Ariel Schrag, Bay Area, Benjamin Moser, Carol Lay, Corey M.P., Diane Noomin, Elisabeth Jaquette, Elmaz Abinader, Fay Victor, J.K Fowler, Jeanne Powell, Jeffrey Zuckerman, Jeremy Tiang, Jericho Brown, Julia Sanches, Lee Marrs, Liz Mayorga, M. Louise Stanley, Mike Jay, Minnie Phan, Myra Melford, Nancy Au, Notable San Francisco, Notable SF, Olga Zilberbourg, Owen Hill, Patricia Smith, Rebecca Solnit, Samantha Giles, San Francisco, Sarah Ladipo Manyika, Sean Gasper Bye, Suyi Davies Okungbowa, tamim ansary, tyler cohen
A list of books written by women, translated by women, and in many instances, both!
Tags: A Red Cherry on a White-tiled Floor, Alejandra Piznarik, Alison L. Strayer, Ann Goldstein, Anna Swir, Annie Ernaux, Asa Yoneda, Banana Yoshimoto, Basma Abdel Aziz, Bright Scythe, Chi-Young Kim, Chika Sagawa, Christina MacSweeney, Clarice Lispector, Czeslaw Milosz, Death in Spring, Deborah Smith, Eileen Chang, elena ferrante, Elisabeth Jaquette, Emily Wilson, Empty Set, Extracting the Stone of Madness, Gustave Flaubert, Half a Lifelong Romance, Han Kang, Karen S. Kingsbury, Kate Briggs, Katrina Dodson, Khaled Mattawa, Kyung-Sook Shin, Leonard Nathan, lydia davis, Martha Tennent, Mercè Rodoreda, Moshi Moshi, Noémi Lefebvre, Patty Crane, Please Look After Mom, Sawako Nakayasu, sophie lewis, Talking to My Body, Tanella Boni, The Future Has an Appointment with the Dawn, The Housekeeper and the Professor, the odyssey, The Queue, The Story of My Teeth, The Vegetarian, The Years, This Little Art, Todd Fredson, Tomas Tranströmer, translation, translator, Troubling Love, Valeria Luiselli, Verónica Gerber Bicecci, What to Read When, Women in Translation, Women in Translation Month, Yoko Ogawa, Yvette Siegert
Literary events and readings in and around Philadelphia this week!
Tags: Amy Saul-Zerby, Angelo Colavita, Anne-Adele Wight, Asali Solomon, Ash Strange, Betsy Herbert, Bob Raymonda, Boston Gordon, Chibundu Onuzo, Christina Manolatos, Christine Kendall, Christpher DiCicco, D. Ted Tarnovski, Doogie Horner, Elisabeth Jaquette, Emily Wilson, Faye Chevalier, Gabriela Basyuk, Gage Mondok, Greg Laynor, HIlary Plum, Jacob Russell, Jaime Fountaine, James Ijames, Joohyun Kim, Joseph Osmundson, Josh Dale, Kailey Tedesco, Kayleb Rae Candrilli, kristen arnett, Lindo Yes, Maddie Anthes, Madeline Miller, Maged Zaher, Matt Jakubowski, Nicholas Perilli, Notable Philadelphia, Paul Siegell, Philadelphia, Prairie M. Faul, Raquel Salas-Rivera, Richelle Kota, Shy Watson, Suzan Jivan, Tim Fitts, Tommy Pico, Warren C. Longmire, Zach Blackwood, Zach Savich
This week, the bimonthly magazine of international literature World Literature Today released its March 2017 issue, with the timely theme “Dystopian Visions.” The issue features thirteen writers’ dark speculations on the future, crossing the globe from Cuba to Japan. In this time in the United States when dystopian fiction isn’t seeming quite so fictional anymore, the […]
Tags: Arabic, autocracy, Basma Abdel Aziz, Daniel Simon, Donald Trump, dystopian fiction, Elisabeth Jaquette, LGBTQIA, Politics, reproductive rights, Scenes from the Life of an Autocrat, short fiction, short stories, speculative fiction, this week in short fiction, Trump, World Literature Today