PUBLISHERS OF LITERARY FICTION SINCE 1983
Saturday the 12th of September 3pm
Novotel Perth Langley
221 Adelaide Terrace, Perth WA 6000 www.afperth.com.au/products/3277/
Monday the 14th of September, Melbourne, 6.30 pm Alliance française de Melbourne 51 Grey Street ST KILDA VIC 3182 www.afmelbourne.com.au/culture ... -franois-garde/
Tuesday the 15th of September, Canberra, 3.30 pm Telopea Park School lycée franco-australien de Canberra 25 New South Wales Crescent, Barton ACT 2600 www.eventbrite.com.au/e/meet-f ... ets-18182160331
Wednesday, the 16th of September, Sydney, 12.30 pm Alliance française de Sydney, level 13 257 Clarence Street, Sydney NSW 2000 Introduction by H. E. Christophe Lecourtier, Ambassador of France to Australia www.afsydney.com.au/cultural-e ... -francois-garde
Diego Marani will be appearing at Waterstone's in London Piccadily on 1st February, Topping Booksellers in Bath on 2nd February and Blackwells in Oxford on 3rd October. Further details to follow.
In 1985 Dedalus published Judith's Landry translation of I Malavoglia (The House by the Medlar Tree) by Giovanni Verga. This was Dedalus's first commissioned translation. Thirty years on we still have it in print. To celebrate our thirty years as a publisher of European fiction in translation we are asking our readers to choose their favourite Dedalus translation. It can be a classic, contemporary fiction or an anthology. To help our readers decide we will offer a survey of what we have published and invite anyone who wants to champion a particular title to post a blog on the Dedalus website. In the autumn there will be vote and the readers who have voted for the title that gets the most votes will have their names in a raffle with the winner pulled out at the event to celebrate 30 Years of Dedalus Translation. The winner will get £100 cash, any 5 Dedalus translations of his or her choice which are in print and the next 10 Dedalus translations to be published.The value of the books to exceed £150. The competition is open to our readers across the world and although Dedalus authors, translators, staff and directors can choose their favourite title they can not win the prize.
On the Dedalus blog is a survey of 30 years of new Dedalus translations to help you select your favourite Dedalus translation. blog.dedalusbooks.com/2015/07/ ... s-translations/