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Brice Matthieussent Touring the US!

Brice Matthieussent will be making his first-ever US appearances to support the release of his debut novel in English: Revenge of the Translator, translated by (and featuring as a character!) Emma Ramadan, whose sterling translation work you may know through Anne Garréta’s Sphinx and Not One Day, as well as Fouad Laroui’s The Curious Case of Dassoukine’s Trousers (and who […]

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January Update!

Holy moly it’s already the middle of January! My daughter turned 5 months old! My son is turning 32 months old tomorrow! I’m just feeling old!! But books are forever!! Speaking of old, Deep Vellum published its first book four years ago in December…remember that little subversive historical novel that could, Carmen Boullosa’s Texas: The Great […]

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Fall Catalog Preview: Books! Books! Books!

Greetings from Antwerp!! Without further ado, I bring to you a short synopsis of Deep Vellum’s Fall 2015/2016 list, which is available for preorder at your favorite local indie bookshops, Amazon, or for those in the trade, with your Consortium distribution orders. Also, new website coming soon with direct web-order, expanded book and author information […]

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End of May Party All the Time

Can you believe May is almost over? The month started magically, with my piece in Lit Hub listing 5 Great Contemporary Mexican Writers that ran on Cinco de Mayo (there’s a marketing term for that kind of targeted publication, I’m sure of it). Later in the month, things stayed awesome over at the Lit Hub when […]

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SHISH

We’ve published our fifth book!!! In a milestone for Deep Vellum, Mikhail Shishkin‘s Calligraphy Lesson: The Collected Stories was officially published on Tuesday, bringing full circle the entire experience that got me into publishing in the first place: it’s Deep Vellum’s first Russian book (with a second on the way next month by Alisa Ganieva); […]

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Megabus March Madness

Hello from a Megabus hurtling up I-35 from Austin to Dallas! Yesterday I hopped on a Megabus with a rolling suitcase packed full of books for Jón Gnarr’s talk with Dr. Dominic Boyer (Rice University) at Austin’s Nerd Nite at the North Door. The talk was called: “The Comedy of Politics and the Politics of […]

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