Maisie Chan’s ‘Danny Chung Does Not Do Maths’—with Georgia Murray’s editing—wins the Branford Boase Award in debut children’s writing.
With praise for the boosts that awards programs can offer, two scholars agree that translation of Arabic fiction is lagging in world markets.
The Branford Boase program annually awards a debut novel for children–and the winning author’s editor is honored, too.
Six shortlisted books include four debuts in this year’s Goldsboro Books program, with a winner coming in late September.
The illustrated debut novel ‘Orphans of the Tide’ wins the 2021 Branford Boase Award, which honors both authors and their editors.
The Goldsboro ‘Glass Bell’ award is selected by the booksellers of one of London’s most prominent independent retailers.
The Branford Boase Award based in Bishopstoke, UK spotlights debut children’s books for young readers aged 7 and older.
Spanish author Javier Marias argues that while there are plenty of reasons not to write novels, there’s one that is very important — a shot at immortality.
University of Chicago press’ extraordinary journey to bring Rómulo Gallegos’ early 20th century Venezuelan classic novel Doña Barbara back into print in English.
Duncan Jepson’s new novel ‘All the Flowers in Shanghai’ gives western readers a glimpse into China’s psyche, where tradition can take precedence over reason.
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