In his final novel, Rainbow People, Nicholas Mosley offers us the distinctly twenty-first-century story of a holy family. A man, a woman, and a child walk together along the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, near the border between Greece and Macedonia. They watch as a film is made about the refugee crisis on the beach.
This volume collects new short stories from one of Ireland's leading writers in both the Irish and English languages. Eilis Ni Dhuibhne's stories are widely acclaimed for their acute perception of Irish women's lives, the power of her verbal economy, and her skillful and unique use of bothhumor and the fantastic.
An unprecedented gathering of the correspondence of one of the great writers of the twentieth century spanning the years 1934 to 1966, these compulsively readable letters show us O'Brien at his most cantankerous and intimate.
The Hamburg Score (Gamburgsky schyot) is "a very important concept," wrote Viktor Shklovsky, the famous Russian literary critic and founder of Russian formalism, in 1928. All wrestlers cheat in performance and allow themselves to lose a fight for the organizers. But once a year wrestlers gather in Hamburg and fight in private among themselves.