Archive for the ‘Memoir’ Category

Interlitq publishes “Seahorses and Mermaids” (Chapter 25) of Three Rivers: A Memoir by Glenna Luschei

Glenna Luschei

Interlitq publishes “Seahorses and Mermaids” (Chapter 25) of Three Rivers: A Memoir by Glenna Luschei, the U.S. author and editor and a Vice-President of Interlitq.

Glenna Luschei to continue work on her memoir over Thanksgiving 2016

Glenna Luschei

Glenna Luschei

Glenna Luschei, the U.S. author and editor and a Vice-President of Interlitq, is to continue work on her memoir over Thanksgiving 2016.

New work by Diran Adebayo to be published in Interlitq´s “English Writers 3” feature

Diran Adebayo

Diran Adebayo

New work by Diran Adebayo will be published in Interlitq´s “English Writers 3” feature scheduled for publication March 15, 2016.

Work by the following authors will be published in Interlitq´s forthcoming “English Writers 3” feature

The Guest Artist will be the Venezuelan artist Lara Alcantara-Lansberg.

Read Interlitq`s “English Writers 1” feature.

Read  Interlitq`s “English Writers 2” feature.

“Les grands romans viennent du coeur”: François Mauriac

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“Les grands romans viennent du coeur.”

Mémoires Intérieurs

François Mauriac

Video: Ernest Hemingway’s ode to Paris sells out

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Since the attacks in Paris last Friday, one book has been selling out in bookshops across the city: Ernest Hemingway’s A Moveable Feast.

The author’s account of living in Paris in his youth is seen as a love letter to the city, its cafes and bars, and the Parisian way of life.

In French its title is translated as “Paris est une fête”, or “Paris is a party”.

The book has been left at memorial sites, as a symbol of defiance; publishers have ordered it to be reprinted after Paris bookshops ran out of copies.

As young Parisians returned to the cafes and bars of the city a week after the attacks, the BBC’s Howard Johnson asked them to share some of Hemingway’s reflections on Paris.