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    Olli Jalonen Olli Jalonen is master at creating a sense of dystopia and alienation Read his Towards Good Management Practice Leena Krohn For Leena Krohn fiction is a form of lucid dreaming Read her short story Son of the Chimera Petri Tamminen Read of attic library and bookshop in Petri Tamminen s Secret Lives Saila Susiluoto Saila Susiluoto s first volume Siivekkäät ja Hännäkkäät The Winged and the Tailed won

    Original URL path: http://transcript-review.org/en/issue/transcript-1112-finland (2016-05-02)
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    discovers his unique world Six Authors from Northern Catalonia Six Authors from Northern Catalonia tell how the linguistic reality in their region influences their work Jakez Riou a Breton writer discovered Jakez Riou provides unique insights into Breton society Read a sample of his work the first ever to appear in English here in Transcript America Yawns at Foreign Fiction When Imre Kertesz won the Nobel Prize America asked Who

    Original URL path: http://transcript-review.org/en/issue/transcript-8-brittany-northern-catalonia (2016-05-02)
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    Ó Searcaigh Scotland s Ùr Sgeul Project Exciting new work is appearing in Scottish Gaelic Transcript investigates The Ùr Sgeul Series The Human Ear as a Dried Abricot Alan Titley is one of Ireland s most versatile and talented writers Enjoy his delicious Fable of the Ear The Night Before We Sailed Aongus Peter Campbell s An Oidhche Mus do Sheol Sinn is a powerful saga of Gaelic life Read

    Original URL path: http://transcript-review.org/en/issue/transcript-910-gaelic (2016-05-02)
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    the most translated Romanian poets of recent decades Ion Caraion Read Alone in the World by Ion Caraion who suffered a lifetime of oppression under communism in Romania Niemi in Edinburgh Transcript went to Edinburgh to see Mikael Niemi slice reindeer meat for a hungry audience The Moors are Coming Read Baltasar Porcel s swashbuckling history of Majorca in The Moors are Coming translated by John L Getman Between Môn

    Original URL path: http://transcript-review.org/en/issue/transcript-7-romania (2016-05-02)
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    voted Book of 2001 in the Lidové noviny poll Poems by Petr Borkovec Read poems by Petr Borkovec translated by Justin Quinn in Transcript Salt Sheep and Stone by Magdaléna Platzová Read an extract from Salt Sheep and Stone by Magdaléna Platzová editor of Literární noviny What does Europe think of Czech literature Transcript asks readers and translators of Czech literature around Europe who in their opinion is the most

    Original URL path: http://transcript-review.org/en/issue/transcript-6-czech (2016-05-02)
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    writes about ugly people and alienation on the little Mediterranean island of Malta Read Ruby Nicosia by Niki Marangou Nicosia is a personal account by Niki Marangou of life before during and now after the time of the green line which for decades has kept northern and southern Cypriots apart In Defense of Mallorcan Literature Read Sebastià Alzamora s stout defence of Mallorcan Literature The Awakening of Basque Literature In

    Original URL path: http://transcript-review.org/en/issue/transcript-5-islands-of-the-south (2016-05-02)
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    Enquist s book and of the other shortlisted entries have Breakfast with Enquist and see him in the public eye at Budapest Bookfair Writing in Bilingual Worlds Transcript visits Ireland Åland Iberia and Wales in the context of bilingualism and writing Fred Johnston s new novel due in October Read an extract from Belfast born Fred Johnston s latest book Mapping God set to appear from Wynkin deWorde Press Ireland

    Original URL path: http://transcript-review.org/en/issue/transcript-4-bilingual-worlds (2016-05-02)
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    suspect that something doesn t have the ingredients they re looking for they marginalize it says Joan Brossa Read our interview with Brossa Quim Monzó Quim Monzó is one of the most widely read writers in Catalonia Read an extract from his book The Clock Waiting for the Breakthrough Catalan writing past and present has never been in a better position to break out of the regional cocoon imposed on

    Original URL path: http://transcript-review.org/en/issue/transcript-3-catalonia (2016-05-02)
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