Author Archive | Will Evans

Leila S. Chudori Nominated for FT/OppenheimerFunds Emerging Voices Award!

Congratulations to Leila S. Chudori! She has been nominated for the Financial Times / OppenheimerFunds Emerging Voices Award for her novel, Home! The award recognizes individuals whose work in fiction, film-making, or art shows outstanding talent and brings recognition to emerging market nations. This year’s fiction category focuses on authors from Asia-Pacific countries who have […]

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Deep Vellum June Update

It has been an unseasonably lovely, cool, thunderstormy spring in Dallas. Which means we have more time to sit inside and R-E-A-D as it rains. Perfection. Jung Young Moon is reading at events the next two weeks in Berkeley, CA at the Bay Area Book Festival (June 4 & 5), Seattle (June 7), Dallas (June […]

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Deep Vellum’s April: AUTHORS ON TOUR!

Deep Vellum is thrilled to bring three of the world’s greatest writers—and all women—to Texas for literary events across the state in the month of April: Carmen Boullosa of Mexico, Leila S. Chudori of Indonesia, and Lina Meruane of Chile. Full tour dates for each author are listed on our website’s events calendar, check it […]

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Tram 83 Nominated for the Man Booker International Prize

AHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!! TRAM 83 FOREVER!!!!!!!! Tram 83, the debut novel by Fiston Mwanza Mujila, from the Democratic Republic of Congo (now living in Austria), and translated from the French by Roland Glasser, which we published in September and which was published in the UK by Jacaranda Books, has been nominated for the Man Booker International Prize 2016!!!!!!! This comes […]

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Ilja Leonard Pfeijffer – March US Tour!!

Renowned Dutch author Ilja Leonard Pfeijffer presents his masterpiece novel La Superba, to be published by Deep Vellum on March 15th, co-presented by the Dutch Foundation for Literature,  the Netherland-America Foundation, & the Dutch Culture USA program by the Consulate General of the Netherlands in New York. March 18 – Dallas, TX – Dallas Institute of Humanities & Culture […]

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DV Spring 2016 Catalog

Our Spring 2016 catalog is here, get into it! Six of your new favorite books: April: Serhiy Zhadan – Voroshilovgrad (translated by Reilly Costigan-Humes & Isaac Wheeler) — a post-Soviet magical realist romp through now-war-torn eastern Ukraine from the most prominent poet, writer, rockstar, and pro-democracy activist in all of Ukraine today; and Zhadan will tour […]

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A Week in #LiteraryDallas

In the new #LiteraryDallas (check the hashtag, The Wild Detectives & us are spreading the love, get into it!), life is packed with literary events. Tonight, the Austin-based Writers’ League of Texas is  presenting a panel discussion on the topic: “Being a Good Literary Citizen” with authors Sanderia Faye, Karen Blumenthal, Jeramey Kraatz, and our very […]

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Tram 83 Etisalat Nomination!

Tram 83 is nominated for the Etisalat Prize! Congratulations to Fiston Mwanza Mujila & translator Roland Glasser, TRAM 83 has been nominated for the prestigious 2015 Etisalat Prize for Literature, created in 2013 as the first pan-African literary prize for authors of debut fiction. This is a huge honor for Fiston, as he is accompanied by […]

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Carmen Boullosa on the International Dublin Literary Award Longlist!

Congratulations to Carmen Boullosa & Samantha Schnee! The first book we ever published, Carmen Boullosa‘s masterful Texas: The Great Theft, translated brilliantly by Samantha Schnee, has been longlisted for the prestigious International Dublin Literary Award 2016 (formerly known as the IMPAC Dublin Literary Award). The prize is €100,000, awarded to the author if the book is […]

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