Ann Quin

Ann Quin was a British writer, born in Brighton in 1936. Prior to her death in 1973, she published four novels: Berg (1964), Three (1966), Passages (1969), and Tripticks (1972). During her writing career, she lived between Brighton, London and […]

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Nicola Pugliese

Nicola Pugliese was born in Milan in 1944, but lived almost all his life in Naples. A journalist like his father, he wrote for many years for the journal Rome. In 1977, discovered by Italo Calvino, he published his first […]

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Fleur Jaeggy

Translated into about twenty languages, Jaeggy is a true original of European writing. The Times Literary Supplement named Fleur Jaeggy’s S. S. Proleterka as a Best Book of the Year, and her Sweet Days of Discipline won the Premio Bagutta […]

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Patty Yumi Cottrell

Patty Yumi Cottrell’s work has appeared or is forthcoming in Guernica, BOMB, Gulf Coast, and Black Warrior Review. She lives in Los Angeles. Praise for Patty Yumi Cottrell ‘A tremendously moving act of imagination.’ Helen Oyeyemi, What Is Not Yours […]

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Michelle Tea

Michelle Tea is the author of numerous books, including Rent Girl, Valencia, and How to Grow Up. She is the creator of the Sister Spit all-girl open mic and 1997-1999 national tour. In 2003, Michelle founded RADAR Productions, a literary […]

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Enrique Vila-Matas

Enrique Vila-Matas is one of the great European storytellers. Translated into 37 languages, he has won numerous international literary prizes and been longlisted and shortlisted for the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize. Born in 1948 in Barcelona, he lived in Paris […]

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Arno Geiger

Arno Geiger grew up in the Austrian Alps, in a village overlooking Lake Constance. His grandparents were farmers, his father was the local government clerk and his mother a primary school teacher. He studied German and comparative literature at university […]

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César Aira

César Aira is a translator as well as the author of around 80 books of his own – so far. He declared that he might have become a painter if it weren’t so difficult (‘the paint, the brushes, having to […]

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Wolfgang Bauer

Wolfgang Bauer is a reporter for Die Zeit. His reportages have won him many prizes including the Prix Bayeux­ Calvados for War Correspondents. He has worked in the Arab world for many years, including in war zones in Syria and Libya. His […]

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Emmanuelle Pagano

Born in 1969 in the Aveyron region of southern France, Emmanuelle Pagano studied fine art and the aesthetics of cinema. She now lives and works on the Ardèche plateau. She has written more than a dozen works of fiction, and […]

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