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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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Joanna Walsh

Image by Sarah Davis-Goff Joanna Walsh is the author of Vertigo, Hotel, Grow a Pair, and Fractals. Her writing has also been published in Granta, The Dalkey Archive Best European Fiction 2015, Best British Short Stories 2014 and 2015, The Stinging Fly, gorse, The Dublin Review and many more. She reviews for, […]

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Anakana Schofield

Anakana Schofield won the Amazon.ca First Novel Award and the Debut-Litzer Prize for Fiction in 2013 for her debut novel Malarky. Malarky was also nominated for the Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize, selected as a Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers pick and named […]

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Lina Wolff

Image by Håkan Sandbring Lina Wolff has lived and worked in Italy and Spain. During her years in Valencia and Madrid, she began to write her short story collection Många människor dör som du (‘Many People Die Like You’; Albert […]

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Haroldo Conti

Photo Credit: © Marcelo Conti Haroldo Conti was born in the province of Buenos Aires in 1925. He studied at a Salesian school and a Jesuit seminary before graduating with a degree in philosophy from the University of Buenos Aires. In […]

Anne Cuneo

Anne Cuneo

Photo Credit: © Willi Spiller, CH 8001 Zurich Anne Cuneo was born in Paris to Italian parents, and raised in Switzerland and in England. She is a writer, filmmaker and journalist, and holds a degree in literature from the University of Lausanne. Her […]

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Niyati Keni

Niyati Keni was born in London. She studied medicine and still practises as a physician. She has travelled extensively within Asia, including in the Philippines where her debut novel, Esperanza Street, is set. Niyati Keni is based in West Sussex […]

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