Posts Tagged ‘Friderike Burger’
July 26, 2012 | by Sadie Stein
“Few couples have had as complicated and even posthumous a relationship as Friderike Burger and Stefan Zweig, the Austrian Jewish writer who was and continues to be one of the most widely translated German-language authors in the world.”
The eternal question, really: What would happen if fonts were superheroes?
The other eternal question: What would happen if great authors were Olympics commentators?
Vote for the best YA novel ever written.
A field guide to the American blurb. An endangered species?
The Man Booker long list is announced.
Oh no! Citing rising operating costs, the Bowery Poetry Club joins the list of closing literary landmarks.