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Critics’ Prize of the Book Foundation in Argentina

May 2nd, 2022|Categories: Awards|

Eugenia Almeida // Eugenia Almeida won the Critics' Prize 2019, announced at the International Book Fair of Buenos Aires, with her book of essays Flooding, published by Gabriela Halac of Ediciones DocumentA / Escénicas. The prize highlights the best Argentinean book of literary creation and was awarded for the years [...]

Inauguration of the Lídia Jorge Chair at the UMass Amherst University

April 4th, 2022|Categories: Launchings, Recommendations|

Lídia Jorge // The Lídia Jorge Chair, created and announced by the UMass Amherst University in Massachussets, will be inaugurated on 5th of April in the United States of America, with a ceremony that will count with the presence of the Portuguese writer. A colloquium dedicated [...]

Longlist of the International Booker Prize 2022

March 10th, 2022|Categories: Bestselling Titles, Nominations|

Paulo Scott // Phenotypes written by Paulo Scott and translated into English by Daniel Hahn, has been longlisted for the 2022 International Booker Prize. The longlist of 13 titles has been selected from 135 submissions. The English edition was published at And Other Stories in January this year. This is [...]

The New York Times Book Review features “The Wind Whistling in the Cranes”

February 24th, 2022|Categories: Launchings, Recommendations|

Lídia Jorge // The Wind Whistling in the Cranes, launched on 8th February by Liveright (Norton), has been featured in the New York Times Book Review. “The novel moves rhythmically.…This is a thrillingly immersive ‘parable about life, about the struggle between rich and poor, between one [...]

Vogue and Kirkus Reviews on “The Wind Whistling in the Cranes”

February 8th, 2022|Categories: Launchings, Recommendations|

Lídia Jorge // The Wind Whistling in the Cranes, launched on 8th February by Liveright (Norton), has already received several excellent reviews. "Jorge delivers a dose of near-contemporary history tempered by a page-turning family saga and romance." Kirkus Review > kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/ "Comparisons have already been drawn [...]

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