DECEMBER 10, 2015

Holiday Reading List 2015 |FICTION|

By FRENCH CULTURE BOOKS

As the year comes to a close, take a few moments to peruse our selections of notable books from the second half of 2015.

DECEMBER 3, 2015

French Books USA: Week in Review

By Arian Murati

New York Times 100 Notable Books of 2015; Madagascar's literary awakening; Alain Mabanckou to lecture at Collège de France; Delphine de Vigan wins the Goncourt des lycéens

NOVEMBER 19, 2015

French Books USA: Week in Review

By Arian Murati

Hemingway in Paris; L’École des Loisirs celebrates 50 years; Delillo and Houellebecq unexpectedly trend on Twitter; Prix de la BD Fnac; Rochester Knockings gets a homecoming

NOVEMBER 12, 2015

French Books USA: Week in Review

By Arian Murati

Barthes turns 100; French literary award recap; Michel Foucault, the intern; Remembering André Glucksmann

NOVEMBER 5, 2015

French Books USA: Week in Review

By Arian Murati

Short Édition unveils a story vending machine; Publishers Weekly's top books of 2015; Remembering René Girard; Lydia Davis honored; Sophie Calle follows a lead to Venice

OCTOBER 29, 2015

French Books USA: Week in Review

By Arian Murati

Guy de Maupassant's cinematic legacy; Mapping literary settings; French award roundup; Luc Sante's Paris

OCTOBER 22, 2015

French Books USA: Week in Review

By Arian Murati

Houellebecq's misunderstanding; Hermès unveils the Ronald Barthes scarf; New York, je t'aime; French novels in Publishers Weekly review

OCTOBER 15, 2015

French Books USA: Week in Review

By Arian Murati

Amazon's translation pledge; Sattouf reviews in NY Times and New Yorker; Molière at auction; French and American literary award roundup; Festival Albertine coming soon

OCTOBER 8, 2015

French Books USA: Week in Review

By Arian Murati

Nobel Prize motivations; Debord in translation; Goncourt nominations narrowed; Lemaitre review in NYT; Sylvie Tissot tackles gentrification

OCTOBER 1, 2015

French Books USA: Week in Review

By Arian Murati

Modiano in The New Yorker; World Translation Day; Livres Hebdo breaks down author demographics; Peggy Guggenheim between two worlds; École des loisirs celebrates fifty years

SEPTEMBER 29, 2015

A Very Noir October

By FRENCH CULTURE BOOKS

October means costumes, candy, and of course, some frightening reads guaranteed to make your hair stand on end. Here are our picks for fans of ghastly, ghoulish, or just plain scary books.

SEPTEMBER 23, 2015

Albertine Books at Best of France

By French Culture

On Saturday, September 26, Laurent Fabius, French Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development, will inaugurate a free, weekend-long Best of France exhibition event that aims to promote France and French culture among New Yorkers.

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