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European Literature Days



European Literature Days

"European Literature Days", a podcast mini-series, introduces new and diverse European books that are not to be missed! Authors from Austria, Italy, Czech Republic, Malta and Romania present their new works, which have been translated into English, and talk about the art of writing, in engaging conversations. This exclusive podcast mini-series brings the spirit of European culture to you wherever you are in this not-to-be-missed multi-cultural celebration.

Hosted by Trafika Europe Radio, November 16-20 from New York City.

European Literature Days is a partnership of Arts Council Malta, Austrian Cultural Forum, Italian Cultural Institute and Czech Center (and Romanian Cultural Institute).


Selected for Italy: Veronica Raimo - The Girl at the Door (Grove Press, Black Cat, translated by Stash Luczkiw)

Called “the first post-Weinstein novel” by Vanity Fair Italy, The Girl at the Door is a riveting story of lust, power, and betrayal. Provocative and unnerving, The Girl at the Door explores the bureaucracy of a scandal, and the thin line between lust and possession. In an age in which blunt power and fickle nuance take turns upon the stage, Raimo has delivered an intoxicating exploration of the politics and power of sex.

Veronica Raimo is the author of two novels published in Italy – Il dolore secondo Matteo and Tutte le feste di domani – and a collection of short stories published in Germany, Eines Tages alles dir. Veronica writes regularly for Rolling Stone and wrote the script for "Sleeping Beauty" by Marco Bellocchio. She has translated from English to Italian writers such as F. Scott Fitzgerald, Octavia Butler, Iain Sinclair, Vikram Seth, and others. She lives in Rome.


Date: Da Thursday, November 19, 2020 a Friday, November 20, 2020

Entrance : Free