JULY 2, 2011

L'Oliver: A Twenty Year Old Tree

By French Culture

In February 1991, the publishing house L’Olivier published its first book: Une saison ardente, a French translation of Richard Ford’s famous novel Wildlife.

JUNE 10, 2011

Tomi Ungerer: An Alsatian New Yorker!

By French Culture

Legendary French children’s book author Tomi Ungerer is back to NYC!

MAY 27, 2011

24th Annual Translation Prize

By French Culture

On May 23rd, 2011 the French-American Foundation and the Florence Gould Foundation awarded their 24th Translation Prizes for English translations of French prose published in 2010.

MAY 24, 2011

The Times They are a-Changin'...

By French Culture

On May 24, Bob Dylan will turn 70 and the hype is huge, not only in the US but also in France where many special publications are scheduled to be released for the occasion...

MAY 24, 2011

Graphic Novelist Ludovic Debeurme at the 2006 Pen World Voices Festival

By French Culture

Graphic novelist Ludovic Debeurme got his breakthrough in 2006 with the release of Lucille, a captivating story that won the René Goscinny Prize and was named one of the five “Essential” graphic novels of the Angoulême International Comics Festival.

FEBRUARY 14, 2011

PUBLIC ENEMIES: Dueling Writers Bernard-Henri Lévy and Michel Houellebecq Take on Each Other and the World

By French Culture

They may not have quite the same look (military parka vs. white shirt), but Michel Houellebecq and Bernard-Henri Levy are both genuine French "stars" all too familiar with media and controversy …

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