Monthly Archives: October 2016

Naondel

Good things come to those who wait. I’m not the only one who has been waiting for the next volume of the Red Abbey trilogy to be published. Luckily Marja Kyrö’s Finnish translation of Maria Turtschaninoff’s Naondel came out with

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this woman has the password to your relationship…

“It’s as though you had to know the password for our relationship.” Looks like Emmanuelle Pagano has got everyone’s password!  Translators Sophie Lewis and Jennifer Higgins have done sterling work on the files. And Other Stories has done it again with

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A prickly translation: The hour of the star

“I write because I’m desperate and I’m tired, I can no longer bear the routine of being me and if not for the always novelty that is writing, I would die symbolically every day. But I am prepared to slip

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stories from Abulafia Street

The Short Story Project brings you a new story every week from around the globe, online, for free. The stories are in Hebrew, English and the language of origin, and best of all, you can listen or read, so the app

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