James Cañón’s “Mariquita” in Bookforum.

The April/May issue of BOOKFORUM features an article on The International Forum on the Novel, which will be held in Lyon, France, from May 26th to June 1st. This year’s forty-seven participants were asked to choose a key-word which best reflects the ideas behind their work, and to write a short essay about it. BOOKFORUM has published a selection of these short essays, including James Cañón’s, Jonathan Lethem’s, Daniel Mendelsohn’s, Annie Proulx’s and Elif Shafak’s.
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» Posted by Santiago, on Sat, March 29, 2008
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“Tales from the Town of Widows” out in Germany!

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Publisher: Ullstein
Buy it from:
> amazon.de
> mayersche
> lehmanns

» Posted by Santiago, on Mon, March 17, 2008
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Tales from the Town of Widows shortlisted for a “Lambda Literary Award.”

The winners in all 21 categories will be announced at a gala ceremony in West Hollywood, CA, on May 29th.
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» Posted by Santiago, on Fri, March 14, 2008
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Tales from the Town of Widows shortlisted for the “Edmund White Debut Fiction Award.”

The winner of this year’s edition will be announced on Monday, April 28th at the New School in New York.
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» Posted by Santiago, on Fri, March 14, 2008
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Finally: “Tales” en español.

Belacqva de Ediciones y Publicaciones (Grupo Editorial Norma) from Barcelona, has acquired Spanish translation and publication rights to Tales from the Town of Widows. The novel is scheduled to be published in Spain and Latin America in 2009 under the title Mariquita. Tales from the Town of Widows has been successfully published in English (U.S., Canada & U.K.) Dutch, Korean, Italian, French and German, and it’s coming out in Hebrew in April of 2008.

» Posted by Santiago, on Sun, March 09, 2008
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“Tales from the Town of Widows” out in France!

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released on: march 6th 2008
publisher: belfond
buy it from:
> amazon.fr
> decitre

» Posted by Santiago, on Fri, March 07, 2008
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