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Steve Anderson
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Writer, editor, literary translator
Writer, editor, literary translator

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Really enjoyed doing a reading and panel on translating mystery/crime fiction at the American Literary Translators Association (ALTA) Conference last weekend in Oakland. And so much more. Thanks ALTA and AmazonCrossing! #translation
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The True Yet Unknown Tragedy in Lost Kin: A Novel — forced repatriation to Stalin after WWII #ww2 #history #fiction

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Have to share a couple well-written reviews for Lost Kin from the novel's blog tour. Nothing better for a writer than when the reviewer gets what you're after.

Dwell in Possibility blog:
https://inpossibility.wordpress.com/2016/06/06/book-review-lost-kin-by-steve-anderson/

Building Bookshelves:
http://blogs.republicanherald.com/bookshelves/index.php/2016/06/07/lost-kin

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For readers of my novel The Losing Role, here's an interesting piece from The Jewish Daily Forward​ on Otto Skorzeny, a cameo baddie in my fiction (and others'). Hat tip to +Peter Pappas 

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The new novella is out: A nameless man, formerly homeless, goes back on the grim streets of Portland to find his day laborer friend who's gone missing.
Really happy to see this story find its way — from London's Endeavour Press. More on that below ...


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Good article about Polish treasure hunters despite the misleading title. Readers of Liberated might recognize some details. The same hunts go on in the Philippines, where the Japanese reputedly buried treasures during WWII. A story there? Stay tuned, though it might take a while . . .

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The new novel Lost Kin is out this week, I'm happy to report. #books

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So great getting copies of the new book. Love that spine. Out Tuesday! Thanks +Skyhorse Publishing #books 
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I'm excited to launch the new novel Lost Kin at Portland's legendary Powell's Books on Hawthorne — Thurs April 7, 7 p.m. Friends and Portlanders, I hope to see you there. #pdx


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