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    Scilly Einar Már Gudmundsson Einar Már Gudmundsson is one of Iceland s leading writers Read his poem Homer Singer of Tales and his shortstory Streaker Disrupts Iceland v Albania David Constantine David Constantine speaks to Transcript about the influence of Scilly on his work What will tumble in our broken bay tomorrow he asks in Oranges a poem about unexpected bounty László Márton Transcript features Crossing Glass The True Story

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    that is Transient is but a Likeness by Swede Steve Sem Sandberg two books set in the early twentieth century Read about them in The Historical Novel Paradwys Paradwys Paradise Wiliam Owen Roberts third novel is set in the final quarter of the eighteenth century against the backdrop of the French and American revolutions Read our interview extract and review Imre Kertész Imre Kertész was awarded the Nobel Prize for

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    Transcript 29 Invitation au voyage Poésie Transcript 26 27 Mots défendus mots défendant Transcript 25 Brèves histoires pour long hiver Transcript 24 La nouvelle poésie en Albanie Transcript 23 La Lettonie Transcript 22 Identités en mouvement Transcript 21 Des nouvelles masculines Transcript 20 Le pays basque Transcript 19 La Slovénie Transcript 16 Transcript 17 La Corse Transcript 18 échantillons 1 18 Transcript 14 15 Galles Transcript 13 Transcript 11 12

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    Lyrik aus der Türkei Transcript 28 Kinderbücher Transcript 29 Horizonte Lyrik Transcript 26 27 Verbotene Worte Transcript 25 Winter Shorts Transcript 24 Neue Lyrik aus Albanien Transcript 23 Lettland Transcript 22 Identität und Revolution Transcript 21 Männer schreiben kurz Transcript 20 Baskenland Transcript 19 Slowenien Transcript 16 Transcript 17 Korsika Transcript 18 Rückblick 1 18 Transcript 14 15 Wales Transcript 13 Transcript 11 12 Transcript 8 Transcript 9 10 Transcript

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    Robin Yassin Kassab Malta More about the author Transcript is a Literature Across Frontiers publication James Hopkin England James Hopkin James Hopkin photo by James Howard James Hopkin has lived in Krakow Berlin Manchester and several other cities and countrysides in Europe He gained a First Class honours degree in English and Philosophy in Manchester then a Distinction in his MA on modern fiction followed by a British Academy Award for a PhD In September 2002 he won an Arts Council short story competition with Even the Crows Say Krakow He signed to Picador the following year and Winter Under Water 2007 was a critically acclaimed debut His short stories have been anthologised including in this year s anthology Elsewhere for the Edinburgh International Book Festival broadcast on BBC Radio 3 Rostropinov and BBC Radio 4 The Mural at Frau Krauser s A Georgian Trilogy and A Dalmatian Trilogy A small collection Even the Crows Say Krakow was published in 2008 along with the paperback of Winter Under Water and republished in 2011 as an ebook Picador In February 2009 the novel was published in Poland and in June 2012 as an ebook Picador He is the winner of the

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    Mima Simić Croatia Hungary Krisztina Tóth Yekta Kopan Turkey FEATURE Istanbul Tanpinar Festival by Ursula Bergenthal INTERVIEW Robin Yassin Kassab Malta More about the author Transcript is a Literature Across Frontiers publication Robin Yassin Kassab Scotland Syria Robin Yassin Kassab Copyright Joseph A Borg Robin Yassin Kassab is a novelist short story writer book reviewer and commentator He coedits The Critical Muslim a new quarterly magazine and www pulsemedia org

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    Yassin Kassab Malta More about the author More about the translator Transcript is a Literature Across Frontiers publication Andrej Nikolaidis Montenegro Andrej Nikolaidis Andrej Nikolaidis was born in 1974 and raised in Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina to a mixed Montenegrin Greek family He presently resides in Ulcinj Montenegro In 1992 following the breakout of ethnic strife in Bosnia that soon evolved into an all out war Nikolaidis family moved to the Montenegrin town of Ulcinj his father s hometown where he owns a summer home An ardent supporter of Montenegrin independence anti war activist and promoter of human rights especially a minority rights Nikolaidis initially became known for his political views and public feuds appearing on local television and in newspapers with his political commentaries He wrote columns for pro independence Montenegrin publications such as Vijesti a daily newspaper Monitor a weekly newsmagazine from 2002 until 2009 as well as Bosnian weekly newsmagazine Slobodna Bosna He is currently a columnist of Delo Ljubljana and E novine Belgrade His particular interest is in tackling issues of regional reconciliation and the problem of facing the past of the recent Balkan wars Nikolaidis was awarded the European Prize for Fiction 2012 In the

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    went on to do a Postgraduate year in Russian philology at the Pushkin Institute in Moscow USSR and a Postgraduate year in South Slavic Studies at the University of Zagreb SFR Yugoslavia Since 1991 Will Firth has been living in Berlin where he works as a freelance translator mainly of literature and the humanities He translates from Russian Macedonian and all variants of Serbo Croatian From 1996 to 2000 he

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