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  • Missive from Three Lives & Company, New York

    (Sept 5) Unusually some publishers are as popular as individual books with Three Lives' clientele. "We have customers coming in and asking, 'What did New York Review publish recently?' " said...
  • Stunning Success of Jane Gardam's Old Filth

    After little more than a month on the shelves, Jane Gardam's Old Filth goes to a second printing. Critics and readers have lauded the British author's latest novel, which M.A. Orthofer from the Philadelphia...
  • Med Noir finds a home away from home in the US

    Last month, the Boston Phoenix ran a full page article on the Mediterranean Noir movement, and Mystery Readers Journal, after the success of its first issue on the same theme, devoted a second issue to...
  • Erlbruch wins Andersen Award for Illustration

    The Jury of the International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY) has named Wolf Erlbruch winner of the prestigious Hans Christian Andersen Award for Illustration. The award will be presented at the...
  • Europa Editions and Jean-Claude Izzo featured on NPR's The World

    The first installment of the acclaimed Marseilles trilogy, Total Chaos is a dark novel that explores the intersections of law and order, love and death, immigrant experience and the challenges to tradition...
  • Monday, January 23 at 6pm

    The Italian Cultural Institute in New York hosts a presentation of The Days of Abandonment by Elena Ferrante (translated by Ann Goldstein) with film director Roberto Faenza, translator Ann Goldstein...
  • LA Weekly sings the praises of Europa Editions

    Tough Guys, Effete Snobs and Mad Women Introducing Europa Editions In the late 1960s, American publisher Kent Carroll was visiting French West Africa when he noticed something strange going on. A...
  • Publishers Weekly Talk of the Trade is... Europa Editions

    Europa Editions, helmed by Carroll and Graf co-founder Kent Carroll, has its first indie bestseller, Elena Ferrante's Days of Abandonment, thanks to good reviews in the New York Times and the New Yorker. A...
  • Found In Translation

    For a lot of readers (myself, all too often, included), the phrase “novel in translation” sounds an awful lot like “homework,” or “eating Grape Nuts,” or “itemizing...
  • Alice Sebold on Europa Editions Launch

    To All Interested Readers Alice Sebold, author of The Lovely Bones and The Almost Moon on Europa Editions. I traveled to Italy in the spring of 2003 for the first time to support the Italian translation...

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