Akashic intern Tyler Burr reviews A Private Venus by Giorgio Scerbanenco, translated by Howard Curtis.
Tag: Melville House
Join us at BEA 2014 this week! Akashic will be in Booth #1105 and will be hosting various giveaways and events (details inside).
Join us in our celebration of International Crime Month (June) for these upcoming events featuring Singapore Noir editor Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan, all of which are free and open to the public!
Akashic intern Amanda Horn reviews Phantoms of Breslau by Marek Krajewski, translated by Danusia Stock (Melville House).
Akashic intern Amanda Horn reviews Gilgi by Imgard keun, translated by Geoff Wilkes (Melville House).
Michael Reynolds of Europa Editions reports on International Crime Month!
Akashic Books has partnered with three influential independent publishers—Grove Atlantic, Melville House, and Europa Editions—for a month-long initiative featuring acclaimed crime fiction authors, editors, critics, and publishers appearing together in a series of readings, panels, and discussions!
Every Friday, the Akashic team highlights industry news, reviews, and features from around the web. This week’s roundup comes to you from Akashic publicist Kate Bogden and intern Deanna Hoffmann.
Featured: Black Interest
- Coming Up Hot: Eight New Poets from the Caribbean
- Gathering of Waters
- Haiti Noir
- Pressure Makes Diamonds: Becoming the Woman I Pretended to Be
- Prospero’s Daughter
- Nowhere Is a Place
- Bandits & Bibles: Convict Literature in Nineteenth-Century America
- Bronx Biannual Issue No. 2: The Literary Journal of Urbane Urban Literature
- Gomer’s Song
- The Family Mansion
- The Girl with the Golden Shoes