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Secret Transfusions
Secret Transfusions is the first dual-language annotated edition of Samuel Beckett's translations of Italian literature...
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This is a translation by two-time Governor-General's award-recipient Nigel Spencer of award-winning Quebecois writer Lise...
Bittersweet Pieces: A Collection of Dutch Short Stories
This collection of short stories by eleven prominent Dutch writers from the last two decades...
In this collection of ten short stories, the main characters -- women between the ages of 13 to 88 -- see death appear suddenly in their daily lives: in the pages of a novel written by a former lover, in a farewell letter abandoned on a living room coffee table, in the memory of a first love. Although disturbing in their truth, these stories are written in luminous prose that reconciles us -- almost -- with that ultimate rendezvous, our own Date With Destiny.

"The teenager scans the landscape. Outside, the sun calls to her: her salmon-coloured bathing suit lies on the bed. She got it for her birthday. Salmon, what a colour! Her mother wanted to make her happy and her mother understands nothing -- From Anne ... Who Sees Nothing Coming"
Date With Destiny

Hélène Rioux, Jonathan Kaplansky
2016
Date With Destiny
Life Stories
Writing Our Way Home
Natural Stories #1
The Tangible Word
Three by Three
Vanishing Villages