Shakespeare & Co.’s Paris Literary Prize honors novellas written in English by an unpublished author. Judge Rebecca Carter reports on this year’s festivities.
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Now in its 10th year, Festival America showcases many of the top writers from both North and South America, drawing 30,000 visitors to the outskirts of Paris.
Authors exiled from Iran, Cuba, Afghanistan, Egypt, Algeria and the Congo discuss oppression, inspiration, and the cost of freedom.
By Olivia Snaije Gourmand’s 16th Awards took place last night at Paris’ famed music hall, Les Folies Bergeres, following the opening yesterday of the second […]
By Olivia Snaije PARIS: “It’s all about de-materialization,” says Clément Apap, co-founder of Sens Critique (Critical Sense), a new virtual library for books, films, TV […]
By Olivia Snaije How lucky that in this digital age some people still find books seductive — seductive enough to build a chic new hotel […]
• Paris’ Seine-side booksellers — known as bouqinistes — have existed in the city for 300 years and are a must see tourist attraction for book […]
By Edward Nawotka Today’s lead story describes a visit to Paris’ venerable Librairie Galignani, which lays claim to being the oldest English language bookstore on […]
Rachel Aydt PARIS: On a bright and sunny Wednesday, we set out to see the catacombs– I should have guessed we wouldn’t be the only tourists […]
By Edward Nawotka Today Rachel Aydt writes about her recent visit to Paris’ Shakespeare and Company bookstore. I’m sure I’m not alone when I say […]