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"Candid and bursting with a raw affection for its subjects, each of the stories in Mozzi’s collection is as inviting as it is revealing. Through them, we’re reminded that even though our individual and collective existences may be filled with flaws, life still holds the promise of the unknown and presents us with an infinite number of chances to alter our course for the better."

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Aaron chats with Elizabeth Harris about her translation process and her work on Mozzi's story collection THIS IS THE GARDEN:

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Wondering what's new in translation this week? We've got the cure for your curiosity right here:

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This week brings new translations from Dasa Drndic, Carlos Acosta, Alberto Savinio, and Carlos Gamerro:

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"Moving and honest, yet also fractured and tragic, Rodrigo de Souza Leão’s All Dogs are Blue is a fierce accomplishment."

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The latest entry in our Literary Lists series highlights 5 recent short story collections worthy of your attention that you may have missed:

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"Fühmann’s collection is a beautifully strange offering that calls into question the power of his own recollections as it documents a history the world is all too familiar with from a unique and captivating vantage point."

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It's a very good week for translations!  New stuff from Big Book Award winner Mikhail Shishkin,  prix Médicis winner Jean Echenoz, and P2 Novel Prize winner Christian Jungersen.  Here's the complete rundown:

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L’Amour is a triumphant piece of art by a powerful and intoxicating writer, one who refuses to compromise her vision for the sake of accessibility.

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It’s a showdown of traditional values vs. modern advancements as East clashes with West in Turkish author Ahmet Hamdi Tanpinar’s delightfully absurd novel The Time Regulation Institute.
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