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Diego Marani at The British Library on 14 May 2014

Diego Marani will appear at the European Literature Night with 5 other European authors on 14 May 2014 at The British Library in London.

He will be interviewed by Rosie Goldsmith and read from his latest novel, God's Dog.

Diego Marani's first public appearance in the UK was at the European Literature Nights in 2011 promoting the just published New Finnish Grammar.

Books available from Diego Marani translated into English by Judith Landry;
New Finnish Grammar
The Last of the Vostyachs
God's Dog

in Europanto
Las Adventures des Inspector Cabillot

Catalan Event for Dark Vales on 26 April

There will be a presentation of Dark Vales by Raimon Casellas, translated by Alan Yates by Eva Bosch, Jordi Marrugat and Maria Campillo at the Sala del Nou Casino in Figaro-Montmany, spain at 19.00 on the 26 April 2014.

Translating the Untranslatable with Diego Marani at The British Library

The Open University in conjunction with the British Library, EUNIC, the European Commission and Speaking Volumes is running a Panel Discussion on Wednesday, May 14, 2014 at 2– 3:30 in the Bronte Room of the British Library Conference Centre. the panel includes Diego Marani, the author of God's Dog and Eric Lane, his publisher at Dedalus. The focus of this year’s discussion will be on “Translating the untranslatable: crossing linguistic, cultural and genre borders”. This event is open to all those interested in European Literature and Translation and is free. As seating is limited, however, participants are asked to register for the event at the British Library website.