Author Deals 2012

The Flowers of War by Yan Geling:

Flammarion (French), Rizzoli (Italian), Random House, Germany (German), Santillana (Spanish), Arbeiderspers (Dutch), Woongjin Think Big (Korean), Earnest (Thai), Other Press (English), Random House US (audio rights)

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South Asia: preview of 2013

The Telegraph

By Dean Nelson

 

2013 will be a year of reckoning throughout the region with India, Pakistan, Afghanistan Bangladesh and Nepal all facing elections, and Pakistan and Afghanistan reaching a decisive moment in the war on terror.

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Shanghai-based illustrator Xie Peng on his debut graphic novel

Time Out Dubai

By Jenny Hewett

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Shanghai-based illustrator Xie Peng on his debut graphic novel Darkness Outside the Night

Time Out Dubai

By Jenny Hewett

Darkness

Shanghai illustrator Xie Peng’s new graphic novel is a doleful tale, centred on the frustrations of a nameless cone-headed child who grapples with his own existence. The book, co-authored by writer and filmmaker Duncan Jepson, has received widespread critical acclaim. But Xie never set out to create an artistic masterpiece. Click here to read more »

Graphic novel: Darkness Outside the Night by Xie Peng

Richard Lord

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苏童:年轻时漫无目的读小说成了最大的积累

来源:中国新闻网

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对于那个时候的读书,苏童加了一个限定词:没有功利性的读书,“就是漫无目的地读小说,最好是长篇的。” Click here to read more »