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Hvara Ocar será Editora Asistente de Interlitq

Hvara Ocar

Hvara Ocar tiene doble nacionalidad de croacia y de argentina. Es licenciada en Filosofía con Especialización en Lógica por la Universidad del Salvador, y especialista en Explotación de Datos y Descubrimiento de Conocimiento por la Universidad de Buenos Aires.

Interlitq publishes an extract from Ameland by Hernán Neira, translated by Peter Robertson

La Vista by Lydia Rubio

Interlitq publishes an extract from Ameland by Hernan Neira, translated from the Spanish into the English by Peter Robertson. Artwork by Lydia Rubio.

Launch of Richard Berengarten’s new book “Changing” to take place in Cambridge, UK, on May 11th, 2017

Richard Berengarten

The launch event for Richard Berengarten’s new book, Changing, will take place at the University Library, Cambridge, on Thursday May 11th, from 5.00 to around 7.00 p.m. Changing is in part a homage to the Chinese classic 易經, known in English as the I Ching, Yijing or Book of Changes. The book was first launched in the Department of Chinese at the University of Chicago. It contains a preface by Professor Edward L. Shaughnessy, the leading specialist on the Book of Changes in the English-speaking world. This is an unusual event, which combines aspects of the contemporary Anglophone poetic tradition with this ancient Chinese masterpiece.

The event will involve collaboration with the French artist Geneviève Guetemme. Two other books launched at the same event will be RB: A Portrait in Interviews (ed. Paschalis Nikolaou and John Z. Dillon), and the revised Critical Companion to RB. Here is a more detailed web-announcement: https://specialcollections.blog.lib.cam.ac.uk/?p=14288. For the publisher’s details, see:http://www.shearsman.com/ws-shop/category/826-berengarten-richard/product/6328-richard-berengarten—-changing

Richard Berengarten can be contacted directly at rb402@cam.ac.uk or 07732-414-078. For a recent review of Changing by Paul Scott Derrick in theFortnightly Review, see http://fortnightlyreview.co.uk/2017/02/ringing-the-changes/

See Richard Berengarten’s profile at Interlitq.

Aamer Hussein, London-based Pakistani author, 62 today

Aamer Hussein

Aamer Husseinthe London-based Pakistani author who is a Consulting Editor for Interlitq, and who contributed to Issue 2 of InterlitqIssue 8 of Interlitq, Issue 21 of Interlitq, and Interlitq‘s English Writers 3, is 62 today.

The Linguist publishes the article, “The adventures of a literary review: Interlitq Founder Peter Robertson on his rollercoaster decade with the multilingual international review”

Peter Robertson

The Linguist publishes the article, “The adventures of a literary review: Interlitq Founder Peter Robertson on his rollercoaster decade with the multilingual international review”.