Last night, Jenny Erpenbeck was named the winner of the 2015 Independent Foreign Fiction Prize for her double PEN award-winning novel The End of Days. Erpenbeck is only the second woman writer to win the Prize since its founding in 1990. She is also the third PEN-supported writer to win the Prize; the other winners
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How does the future look for European literature? Rajendra Chitnis and Rosalind Harvey discuss their experiences of shortlisting for this year’s European Literature Night Translation Pitch event, which takes places at Free Word Centre on 4 June 2015.
How does the future look for European fiction? Rajendra Chitnis and Rosalind Harvey discuss their experiences of shortlisting for this year’s ELN Translation Pitch event
‘To those who administer justice, poor people like us don’t count.’ As representatives of the 43 disappeared students of Ayotzinapa arrive in London, Mexico’s greatest living writer Elena Poniatowska tells their story. On 19 May the Euro Caravana 43, representatives of the 43 Mexican students who were kidnapped in Iguala, Guerrero in September 2014, will be