Delighted to have a preview of The Imagined Land published online by LALT, ahead of publication in July. Read the excerpts here.
The editorial team of Latin American Literature Today is happy to bring our readers exclusive previews of upcoming works of Latin American literature in translation. In this issue, we feature a preview of The Imagined Land by Eduardo Berti, translated by Charlotte Coombe, which will be published by Deep Vellum on May 15, 2018. We with to thank Deep Vellum for their collaboration with LALT; visit their official website to learn more about this outstanding press:
“Deep Vellum is a 501c3 nonprofit literary arts organization founded in 2013 in Dallas’s historic cultural neighborhood of Deep Ellum, with the goal of bringing cultures into conversation, to share stories, build connections, and grow empathy. Our mission is threefold: to publish award-winning, diverse international literature in original English-language translations; to promote the craft, discussion, and study of literary translation; and to cultivate a more vibrant, engaged literary arts community both locally and nationally.”
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