Remember that oh-so-emotionally-challenging yet ultimately rewarding book I told you lovely readers about a while back? This one. The book that I refuse to call my "Holocaust book". The one about a German girl's exile to France, hiding in Italy, and then life in France after the war . . . the girl-turned-woman who I got to meet, Marianne Spier-Donati. One of the bravest and most wonderful women I've ever met.
(There seems to be a theme, here. The first book I translated was also about another great woman, author George Sand. Huh. Nice connection.)
Anyway, back to the point at hand. This is a publishing announcement!
Yes, that's right: my translation of Return to Erfurt, Story of a Shattered Childhood: 1935-1945, by Olga Tarcali, has officially been published by Centro Primo Levi Editions.
Isn't it pretty? It fits in really nicely with all the different series that CPL Editions has started publishing. All of the books are fantastic. (Check them out here.)
Things to note:
- Yes, I will be doing a giveaway shortly. Stay tuned! More info TK.
- If you find yourself in New York City next week, CPL Editions is reopening the SF Vanni bookshop in celebration of all their new publications. The party will be on Tuesday, February 17th, 6-9:00 p.m., at 30 West 12th St. Full announcement here.
- Finally, and most importantly, you can purchase the book now! Paperbacks here, ebooks here, and more info from the publisher here.
Go forth and read! (I mean, it doesn't have to be this book; you should be reading excellent things, anyway.)