NOW OUT: Paris, Etc.

March 29th, 2016 § 0 comments

Paris etc

Editor Jessie Vail Aufiery’s labor of extraordinary love is now out from Serving House Press, and available on Amazon! Featuring, I’m proud to say, my translations of the essay “Paris” by Julien Green and an excerpt, “The Bawdyhouse for Beggars,” from Jean-Paul Clébert’s Paris insolite, forthcoming in Donald Nicholson-Smith’s translation as Paris Vagabond from New York Review Books. The Clébert piece previously appeared in the Le Carré issue of The Literary Review and Harper’s.

An anthology of poems, stories and essays that explore what Paris means to writers who have visited and lived in this fascinating city. These are works that are jubilant, despondent, flippant, stuck, liberated, devastated, bored, solitary, joyous, in love–that explore, in short, a wide rambling space that is not just tragedy or fantasy, but all the life that happens in between.

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