Skip to content
Noémi Lefebvre’s second novel rips apart the structures of late capitalism and nationalism in layered, complex and humorous prose. Elodie Barnes explores the book, and talks to publisher Cécile Lee of Les Fugitives.
Read More “Poetics of Work by Noémi Lefebvre: an exciting, provocative piece of art”
Following Lispector and Carrington in her pursuit of the surreal, Jen Calleja’s fantastical short story collection promises to leave a lasting impression, writes Jade French.
Read More “Surreal Shorts: I’m Afraid That’s All We’ve Got Time For by Jen Calleja”
Writer, translator and musician, Jen Calleja, talks to Elodie Rose Barnes about her journey into translation, working on the Booker International shortlisted novel The Pine Islands, her PhD and fairy tale-inspired pamphlet, Goblins.
Read More “Interview with acclaimed writer, translator & musician, Jen Calleja”