Two hundred years ago this month, an ailing Jane Austen gathered the energy to pen the last letter she would ever send from her cottage in rural Hampshire. She professed her “tender” feelings for the her
Publisher after publisher reckoned Paul Beatty’s satire The Sellout was too hot to handle. Was it the segregation? The slavery? Or just that he wrung so much humour out of it? He’s having the last laugh
lithub.com - Anna BłasiakAnna Błasiak has translated over 30 books from English into Polish and fiction from Polish into English. She has worked in museums and a radio station, run magazines, and written on art, film, and literature.