Jon on Diéz TV, 17 10 14
For those who understand the Spanish language, Diéz Television, the local station in Úbeda, where the Press does its work, interviewed Jon about his literary project a few days ago, as well as the story of his departure from Britain and decision to settle in this rural area of north-eastern Andalusia.
The video appears, along with last year’s short film on Haroldo Conti and the novel Sudeste [South-East in Jon’s translation], on the Immigrant Press YouTube channel, here.
Jon has a dedicated website here.
Haroldo Conti makes it into the top five!
We’re very happy to see that Haroldo Conti‘s classic novel of the Paraná Delta – South East, which we published in late 2013 as the first volume on our Library of Translation shelf – has been included in London’s Latino Life magazine’s Spring Guide 2014 as one of the top five items on its cultural Hot List (see page 5)
Use the link for more details, and to see what else caught the magazine’s eye.
With the publication of South-East, the first translation into English of the work of Argentine novelist and short-story writer Haroldo Conti, Immigrant Press, Jon’s vehicle for his independent not-for-profit publishing projects, is now on the increasingly influential GoodReads site. You can find us here, on Jon’s GoodReads author page.
With the publication of South-East, the first translation into English of the work of Argentine novelist and short-story writer Haroldo Conti, Immigrant Press, Jon’s vehicle for his independent not-for-profit publishing projects, is now on the increasingly influential GoodReads site.
You can find us here, on Jon’s GoodReads author page.
The translator (accompanied by members of his extended family) with before-and-after-copies of Conti’s classic
Following a successful presentation in London, at the Argentine Ambassador’s Residence, copies of this first translation of Haroldo Conti’s classic novel of the Delta of the Paraná River, South-East, are available for purchase at the independent Muswell Hill Bookshop in North London.
You can find details of this fine bookshop here.
The fine, limited-edition paperback costs £12. For more details of what’s inside its covers, have a look at the dedicated tab on this site.
The book can also be purchased direct from Immigrant Press; send an email to <email@example.com>. Payment can be made into a bank account in either the UK or Spain.
Click on the link below to hear the recording of 38 minutes duration, which took place in the El Candil Bookshop, and is largely in the Spanish language.
It includes readings from the novel in both Spanish and English, and an interview with the translator and publisher Jon Lindsay Miles, conducted by José Carlos Moral of El Candil.
The UK presentation of this first volume in the Immigrant Library of Translation will take place at the Argentine Embassy.
Details of the event are on the LatinoLife site.
Note. If you are in London and would like to attend, you will need to send an email to <firstname.lastname@example.org> by August 31st.