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Interlitq to publish fiction by Gustavo Bossert, translated by Peter Robertson

Peter Robertson

Interlitq is to publish fiction by Gustavo Bossert, translated from the Spanish into the English by Peter Robertson.

Rosamond Lehmann’s Dusty Answer “is both universal and deliciously particular”

Harriet Lane writes about Rosamond Lehmann’s novel Dusty Answer:

“Lehmann’s story is both universal and deliciously particular, like all the best coming-of-age stories. No one has written more brilliantly about having one’s heart broken, about despair and longing, humiliation and hope: all the wretched thrilling chaos that accompanies growing up. Finding it at 15 felt a little like stumbling upon magic. Miraculously, all these years and re-readings later, it still has that effect on me.”

Robert Burns: To A Louse/ Video

Each year primary and secondary Schools across South Lanarkshire learn poems and songs by Scotland’s Bard Robert Burns. Some schools partake purely for pleasure whilst others polish their performances to compete in competitions. Here the winner of the William Law Memorial Trophy from Calderwood Primary performs ‘To a Louse’/ Video.

Today birthday of Andrew McCallum Crawford, Scottish author

Andrew McCallum Crawford

Today birthday of Andrew McCallum Crawford, Scottish author.

Read Andrew McCallum Crawford’s story, “Norwood Junction”, published in Interlitq.

Interlitq publishes Peter Robertson’s translation of José Antonio Ramos Sucre’s prose poem, “Cuento Desvariado”

Peter Robertson

Interlitq publishes Peter Robertson’s translation of José Antonio Ramos Sucre’s prose poem, “Cuento Desvariado” (Poetic Voices).

About José Antonio Ramos Sucre.