Interview with John a‘Beckett, Managing Editor of New Europe Writers, in Polish and English March 2, 2013Posted by thymeworks in Selected Tales, Uncategorized, Warsaw Tales.
Christian Mailoux, współredaktor Červená Barva Press, przeprowadza wywiad z Johnem a’Beckettem, współzałożycielem New Europe Writers.
Założył pan New Europe Writers wraz z Jamesem G. Coonem i Andrew Finchamem. Jak poznał pan tych ludzi i co zainspirowało długotrwałą współpracę?
Poznaliśmy się przez przypadek, w Radio Cafe, w Warszawie, w 2006. Patrząc z perspektywy czasu, wydaje mi się to raczej jak szczęśliwy traf. (more…)
New Europe Writers Facebook new fanpage February 2, 2013Posted by thymeworks in What's New.
New Europe Writers invite to our Facebook site:
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This excellent e-book is made available to the public through the initiative of Prof. Lidia Vianu and her team of Romanian translators at the MTTLC and the co-operation between New Europe Writers and Contemporary Literature Press. The e-book includes the full English text, the original Polish text, and the translations of all texts into Romanian. Please follow this link to download this free e-book.
Note: Because of the large size of some files, we recommend saving them to your computer before opening (right-click on the link and choose “Save Link As”).
Warsaw Tales is now available April 9, 2010Posted by thymeworks in Selected Tales, Warsaw Tales, What's New.
See Selected Tales for a sample (The Bumber-dwarf); Go to Where To Buy – WarsawTales
Click on The Quirky Face of Warsaw to listen to an interview with John aBeckett on Polish radio.
When Cards Run Bad February 5, 2010Posted by thymeworks in From The Translator's Desk, What's New.
An interview with Veronika Lukacs, translator of Iván Bächer’s short stories for Budapest Tales: Confirmation and Class Struggle.
Q: Can you tell us a bit about Iván Bächer and what attracted you to his writing?
A: He’s a journalist and prose-writer who carries on the century-old tradition of feuilleton writing. He describes with wit the ordinary quotidian Hungarian life, reviews books, or comments on political events – always with a bite in the tail. (more…)