In the early 2000s, the Voltaire Foundation decided to create a paperback series in collaboration with the Sorbonne University Press. It was intended (as we said in our publicity materials at the time) “to make available the work of the Voltaire Foundation’s authors to the widest audience in an affordable, paperback format.” Since we are … Continue reading
‘Revista Iberoamericana’ landmark issue dedicated to contemporary Latin American women writers
We are delighted to announce that Revista Iberoamericana Volume 89 Issue 282-283 is now available online, published in partnership with the Instituto International de Literatura Iberoamericana (IILI). Here we introduce this latest issue with it’s special focus on contemporary Latin American women writers, Edited by Luciano Martínez, Swarthmore College.
Female Francophone Aesthetics of Exile: In discussion with Antonia Wimbush
Author Antonia Wimbush offers an insight into issues of belonging, geographical mobility and the self in contemporary autofictional literature.
Wendy Cope: Critics, Being Rude and ‘Cherishing every day’
In an exclusive interview with Waterman, Cope discusses the current literary-political climate, being rude in writing, and her current sources of poetic inspiration.