Posts by tag: Partisan Hotel

Hotel #5

Check out issue #5 of the UK literary review Hotel.

It has new work by Joshua Cohen, Iain Sinclair, Agustín Fernández Mallo, Thomas Bunstead, Sophie Lewis, and Noémi Lefebvre — a few familiar names there. My contribution is a translation of a prose piece by Hélène Frédérick, a Quebecois author now living in France. Her piece was originally titled “A bras le corps: une histoire de crédit,” which became in my translation “Tooth and Nail: A Credit History.”

Hotel #5 will be published shortly.

Hotel #3 out now

I have 7,000 words of translation in Hotel #3, just published. If that ain’t good, I don’t know what is. Now, if only I could sell a publisher another project…

Check out the introduction I wrote; I explain in what ways Pierre Senges is ‘Borgesian’ and offer up an elliptical view of his work. It’s pretty good.

And right here is where you can buy the issue, with the 7,000 word translation. Other contributors include Gordon Lish & Nick Cave…