Anna Maria Ortese’s Evening Descends Upon the Hills is a book that, Atlas-like, seems to bear on its shoulders the…
The European Literature Network’s principal mission is to help promote international literature among a broader audience of England and to support other groups working in this area. This is carried out via networking meetings for industry members. ELNet is free, voluntary & independent and open to all publishers, agents, translators, festival directors, arts managers, journalists and writers who are serious about promoting European Literature. It is a fabulous opportunity to meet everyone, discuss what people are up to and network.
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