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INTERVIEW WITH THE LAST BOOKSTORE

INTERVIEW WITH THE LAST BOOKSTORE

This time we talked to Gregory Tower, head buyer of used books at The Last Bookstore in LA. We asked Gregory about Los Angeles' readers and their response to literature, the audience's favorite books, the challenges the bookstore may face and more! Enjoy the...

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INTERVIEW WITH LISA DILLMAN

INTERVIEW WITH LISA DILLMAN

Lisa Dillman, an Oxford-Weidenfeld Prize winner, translates from Spanish and Catalan, and also teaches  in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Emory University in Atlanta. Lisa talked to us about her beginnings in the translation field, the role of...

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ENTREVISTA CON JAZMINA BARRERA

ENTREVISTA CON JAZMINA BARRERA

Por Montserrat Tavitas Jazmina Barrera, autora de Cuerpo extraño (2013) y Cuaderno de faros (2017) y editora de Ediciones Antílope, platicó con nosotros sobre sus inicios en la escritura, su labor como editora y escritora, el rol de la literatura hoy en día, además,...

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INTERVIEW WITH GREEN APPLE BOOKS

INTERVIEW WITH GREEN APPLE BOOKS

Green Apple Books & Music has been creating a reader community for 52 years, and what awesome things does this bookstore have? Pete Mulvihill, co-owner of the bookstore, talked with us about San Franciscan readers, the important interaction  that booksellers...

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INTERVIEW WITH EMMA RAMADAN

INTERVIEW WITH EMMA RAMADAN

Emma Ramadan, translator and co-owner of Riffraff Bookstore, talked with us about her passion for translation, her love for French literature and some challenges she faces while doing her work. She also mentioned some of her future plans. Enjoy!   How did you get...

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INTERVIEW WITH SKYLIGHT BOOKS

INTERVIEW WITH SKYLIGHT BOOKS

Steven Salardino, Manager of Skylight Books, gave us an amazing interview about this Californian bookstore. Salardino tells us about the community of Los Angeles, what is special about their audience, and their favorite books to purchase. Enjoy!   How does the...

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ENTREVISTA A EZEQUIEL ZAIDENWERG

ENTREVISTA A EZEQUIEL ZAIDENWERG

Por Montserrat Tavitas «...tal vez traducir sea una forma de mostrar lo que siempre estuvo ahí a pesar de jamás haber estado» Ezequiel Zaidenwerg nos regaló esta fenomenal entrevista sobre su experiencia como traductor. Nos platicó sobre su primer contacto con la...

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PLÁTICA CON ELVIRA LICEAGA

PLÁTICA CON ELVIRA LICEAGA

«Las voces de los feminismos retumban en la literatura contemporánea», nos dice Elvira Liceaga en esta grandiosa entrevista. Además, la autora, locutora y productora de radio, nos platica sobre su obra, Carolina y otras despedidas, su faceta de escritora, sus...

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Entrevista a Casa Tomada

Entrevista a Casa Tomada

Casa Tomada es un espacio cultural ubicado en la colonia Condesa, Ciudad de México, que se dedica a realizar eventos culturales a la comunidad, como talleres, cursos, mesas de discusión y más. Además, poseen una pequeña, pero significativa, librería llena de...

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An Interview With Ezra Fitz

An Interview With Ezra Fitz

Ezra Fitz is a renowned translator. Here, we asked him about his start as a translator field, his views on translation in the modern world and about his upcoming projects. We hope you enjoy it! 1. How did you get involved in the world of translation? Do you remember...

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Reseña: Tarantela, de Abril Castillo

Reseña: Tarantela, de Abril Castillo

Tarantela de Abril Castillo Cabrera Reseña por Carolina Damián        La escritora michoacana Abril Castillo (1984) es también curadora, dibujante y editora. Dirige el sello editorial independiente Alacraña y Tarantela, publicada en 2019 por...

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Riffraff Bookstore

Riffraff Bookstore

For this amazing interview, Tom Roberge, from Riffraff Bookstore, talks about Providence's readers, its community, experiences and some challenges bookstores may face nowadays.   1. How does the community of Providence respond to literature and bookstores?...

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“Tarantela” (fragmento)

Ediciones Antílope comparte con nosotros un fragmento de Tarantela, la nueva novela de la dibujante, escritora y editora Abril Castillo.   RÍOS DE PIEDRA Tengo cuatro años y se hace tarde para salir. Mi mamá nos da jugo de mandarina y nos dice a mi hermano y a mí...

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Literary State of Texas

Literary State of Texas

By Sara Balabanlilar   I belong to a group of Texans for whom the state is shaped by its literary identity. Weird. To be perfectly honest, neither Houston nor Dallas seems like the stereotype of a literary city. But damn if both places don’t try to defy that...

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My re-encounter with Mrs. Dalloway

My re-encounter with Mrs. Dalloway

By Elisa Díaz Castelo || Translated from the Spanish by Savitri Arvey   For many years, I abided by a peculiar breed of literary puritanism. Just like tequila must come from Jalisco or the surrounding areas in order to be authentic, I thought that literary...

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