• Per Olov Enquist wins major prize
    Per Olov Enquist's The Visit of the Royal Physician, translated by Tiina Nunnally, has won the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize 2003. Read of 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.
  • Them by Xosé Luís Méndez Ferrín
    Transcript publishes Them, a short-story by Xosé Luís Méndez Ferrín. Read also Stories for Old Dictators, a comparative study of Welsh and Galician short-stories.
  • Catalan: an impossible tool for writing?
    Speaking on New Trends in the Spanish Novel in Budapest, Luís Magrinyá, claims to find Catalan 'an impossible tool for writing'.
  • Jaan Kaplinski's The Eye. Hektor
    Read an extract from Jaan Kaplinski's recent two-novel book The Eye. Hektor translated by Miriam McIlfatrick.

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