Typographical Era has produced a visual guide to 2015’s translated fiction, while Three Percent has updated its database and PEN UK surveyed its publishers.
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I really only know two things about Haruki Murakami: that he likes jazz music and that he likes to make spaghetti while listening to jazz music. (I hear he also runs, but have not been able confirm if he listens to jazz music while he does this.)
In The New
A Civil War bullet bible. Image via Flickr.
While watching the movie Blackhat the other evening, my mind began to wander, and not just because the screenplay is terrible. There’s a scene late in the movie where Chris Hemsworth’s character, preparing for a final bloody showdown with the antagonist, wraps his
Harry Potter-themed weddings are becoming a trend.
This week the New York Post reported that an amateur jeweler had to temporarily shut down her Etsy shop after receiving too many orders for her Harry Potter “Golden Snitch” engagement ring that had been featured on Buzzfeed.
We can no longer hide from the
The CIA’s had a rough couple of months. While the release of The Senate Intelligence Committee’s report on torture, first as a grainy pdf and soon after as a book (published by this very house) garnered headlines, one other major story has flown under the radar.
You could be forgiven for
In the superb novel “Preparation for the Next Life” (Tyrant Books), Atticus Lish has re-imagined the contemporary American immigration story for our times.
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With Linda Zecher, a former Microsoft executive, at the helm of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, the publisher is focused on its core competencies, notably education.
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